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Independent Research Fellowships Leading to Tenured Faculty Positions at the John Innes Centre

The John Innes Centre, Norwich, UK is a world leading centre of excellence in plant and microbial sciences based on the Norwich Research Park.

We are inviting applications from outstanding researchers who either hold, or wish to apply for Independent Research Fellowships (such as a UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship, a Royal Society University Research Fellowship, or a BBSRC David Phillips Fellowship).

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to give a seminar at a Fellows Conference at the John Innes Centre on 3 February 2020.  At the conference, you will also be able to discuss your proposals, the development of your group and your future career plans in depth with the John Innes Centre faculty.

After the conference, we will select and mentor outstanding candidates in writing Fellowship applications and/or offer the opportunity to move existing Fellowships to the John Innes Centre.

Candidates who win Fellowships will be considered for transfer onto tenure-track at three years, and if transferred, for tenure at five years. Considerable additional resources will be provided to Fellows by the Centre. For further advice, contact Professor Mark Buttner

To apply: Email a 2-page summary of your research plan, a copy of your CV and arrange for three letters of recommendation to be emailed to by Friday 22 November 2019. Before applying read our Privacy notice.

The John Innes Centre prides itself in its commitment to equal opportunities for all employees and will consider applications on the criteria above regardless of age, disability, gender or other personal characteristics, beliefs and backgrounds.

In this context, we are an Athena SWAN institutional Gold Award holder, a Disability Confident Employer and a member of Stonewall’s Diversity Champions programme.

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