Research Assistant or Research Fellow

University of Stirling

United Kingdom

October 10, 2021

Description

Research Assistant or Research Fellow Apply Post Details

Full time Fixed term for 14 to 16 months

The closing date for applications is midnight on Sunday 10 October 2021 Interviews are expected to take place on Thursday 21 October 2021

Research Assistant - Grade 6 £27,116-£33,309 p.a. Research Fellow - Grade 7 £34,304-£40,927 p.a.

Research Assistant (Grade 6)

This role is not eligible for sponsorship. Applicants require to have existing right to work in the UK.

Research Fellow (Grade 7)

For the purposes of sponsorship, this is a postdoctoral role under SOC code 2119.

The University of Stirling recognises that a diverse workforce benefits and enriches the work, learning and research experiences of the entire campus and greater community. We are committed to removing barriers and welcome applications from those who would contribute to further diversification of our staff and ensure that equality, diversity and inclusion is woven into the substance of the role. We strongly encourage applications from people from diverse backgrounds including gender, identity, race, age, class, and ethnicity.

The Post

Research Assistant (Grade 6)

The researcher position being advertised is for a Full time 16 month Grade 6 Research Assistant post to join an exciting collaborative project between University of Stirling's Institute of Aquaculture and industry partners, Mowi, Otter Ferry Seafish and Ridgeway, to improve and optimise vaccination strategies for the Scottish ballan wrasse cleaner fish industry.

The successful applicant will work with Dr Sean Monaghan (PI) and Dr Andrew Desbois (Co-I) on the Sustainable Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) funded project, “ Optimal Aeromonas salmonicida ballan wrasse vaccination through informed immunological assessment WraAs OptiVacc to evaluate immune responsiveness of hatchery reared wrasse to current and improved vaccination regimes. The successful candidate will establish improved vaccine formulations to protect fish against atypical Aeromonas salmonicida , currently the most problematic pathogen constraining the sustainability of cultured ballan wrasse – a species that are applied as a non-medicinal de- lousing strategy for Atlantic salmon aquaculture. This project will explore fundamental aspects of ballan wrasse immunity and advance understanding of Aeromonas salmonicida antigenic diversity, whilst applying commercial field data in order to improve vaccination practices for the cleaner fish industry.

Research Fellow (Grade 7)

The researcher position being advertised is for a 14 month Full time Grade 7 Research Fellow post to join an exciting collaborative project between University of Stirling's Institute of Aquaculture and industry partners, Mowi, Otter Ferry Seafish and Ridgeway, to improve and optimise vaccination strategies for the Scottish ballan wrasse cleaner fish industry. The successful applicant will work with Dr Sean Monaghan (PI) and Dr Andrew Desbois (Co-I) on the Sustainable Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) funded project, “ Optimal Aeromonas salmonicida ballan wrasse vaccination through informed immunological assessment WraAs OptiVacc to evaluate immune responsiveness of hatchery reared wrasse to current and improved vaccination regimes. The successful candidate will establish improved vaccine formulations to protect fish against atypical Aeromonas salmonicida , currently the most problematic pathogen constraining the sustainability of cultured ballan wrasse – a species that are applied as a non-medicinal de- lousing strategy for Atlantic salmon aquaculture. This project will explore fundamental aspects of ballan wrasse immunity and advance understanding of Aeromonas salmonicida antigenic diversity, whilst applying commercial field data in order to improve vaccination practices for the cleaner fish industry.

Description of Duties

Research Assistant (Grade 6)

  • Assist in the collection samples from fish at commercial aquaculture sites
  • Perform and assist with immunological assays to assess antibody responses in ballan wrasse
  • Perform and assist with qPCR assays to determine immune gene expression of ballan wrasse
  • Use proteomic approaches to assess expression and immunogenicity of antigens of bacterial pathogens with training provided as necessary
  • Culture and maintain bacterial isolates in the microbiology laboratory
  • As part of a wider research group or programme, gain exposure to or training in the development of research objectives and proposals for joint research, with the assistance of a mentor if required
  • Undertake basic research for example by preparing, setting up, conducting and recording the outcome of experiments and field work
  • Write up results of own research and contribute to the production of research reports and publications
  • Assist with the supervision of lab techniques for BSc. and MSc. student projects and the delivery of introductory classes as required
  • Could be expected to contribute to introductory courses, for example as a demonstrator on the use of research methods and equipment
  • At Faculty/departmental level, collaborate with academic colleagues on areas of shared research interest
  • Continually update knowledge, skills and understanding in field or specialism
  • Participate in project meetings and contribute to project reports
  • Research Fellow (Grade 7)

  • Organise and assist with the collection of samples from fish at commercial aquaculture sites
  • Develop and perform immunological assays to assess antibody responses in ballan wrasse
  • Develop and perform qPCR assays to determine immune gene expression of ballan wrasse
  • Use proteomic approaches to assess expression and immunogenicity of antigens of bacterial pathogens
  • Culture and maintain bacterial isolates in the microbiology laboratory
  • Prepare protocols and risk assessments as required
  • Contribute to the development of research objectives and proposals for own or joint research and play a lead role in relation to a specific project/s or part of a broader project with guidance from senior colleagues, if required and as appropriate for the duration of the appointment
  • As part of the wider research team, develop new research methodologies and approaches. Write and contribute to peer-reviewed publications and disseminate research findings using appropriate media
  • Contribute to new proposals, including drafting grant proposals and planning for future research, if required and as appropriate for the duration of the appointment
  • Support supervision of postgraduate research students (PhD and MSc.) and contribute to teaching if required and as appropriate for the duration of the appointment by, for example, supervising practical work
  • Build internal contacts and participate in internal networks for the exchange of information and to form relationships for future collaboration
  • Essential Criteria

    Research Assistant (Grade 6)

  • Honours Degree in an appropriate discipline: immunology, ichthyology, aquaculture, microbiology, or similar
  • Experience of some of these lab techniques: SDS-PAGE, ELISA, western blotting, immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridisation, nucleic acid extractions, qPCR and/or bacteriology.
  • Excellent communication skills oral and written, including public presentations and ability to communicate complex data/concepts clearly and concisely
  • Excellent interpersonal skills including team working and a collegiate approach
  • Appropriate workload/time/project/budget/people management skills
  • Extensive IT and data analysis/interpretation skills as appropriate
  • Self-motivation, initiative and independent thought/working
  • Problem solving skills including a flexible and pragmatic approach
  • Engage in continuous professional development.
  • Understand equal opportunity issues as they may impact on areas of research content.
  • Research Fellow (Grade 7)

  • Honours Degree and PhD in an appropriate discipline: immunology, ichthyology, aquaculture, microbiology, or similar.
  • Experience of most of these lab techniques: SDS-PAGE, ELISA, western blotting, immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridisation, nucleic acid extractions, qPCR and/or bacteriology.
  • Ability to routinely communicate complex and conceptual ideas to those with limited knowledge and understanding as well as to peers using high level skills and a range of media.
  • Developing ability to conduct individual research work, to disseminate results, and to contribute to preparation of research proposals
  • Extensive interpersonal skills
  • IT and data analysis/interpretation skills as appropriate
  • Self-motivation, initiative and independent thought/working. Problem solving skills including a flexible and pragmatic approach
  • Desirable Criteria

    Research Assistant (Grade 6)

  • PHD or an awarded or recently submitted or near completion PhD in subject specialism or equivalent
  • Some relevant work experience
  • Experience of laboratory demonstration to students and teaching activities
  • Experience with handling fish and taking tissue samples.
  • Good numeracy skills and experience with statistical analyses.
  • Evidence of ability to write manuscripts for scientific publication, including preparation of written reports and oral presentations.
  • Understanding of vaccinology
  • Driving licence
  • Research Fellow (Grade 7)

  • Membership of relevant Chartered/professional bodies (including Higher Education Academy)
  • Experience of mentoring colleagues with less experience and advise on personal development .
  • Experience with handling fish and taking tissue samples.
  • Evidence for team working, effective communication and organisation skills.
  • Strong numeracy skills and experience with statistical analyses.
  • Experience of MALDI-TOF and culturing bacterial pathogens of fish.
  • Strong publication record requisite for career stage, including preparation of written reports and oral presentations.
  • Knowledge of vaccinology
  • Behaviours and Competencies

    The role holder will be required to evidence that they can meet the qualities associated with the following behavioural competencies, as detailed within the AUA Competency Framework.

  • Managing self and personal skills Being aware of your own behaviour and mindful of how it impacts on others, enhancing personal skills to adapt professional practice accordingly.

  • Delivering excellent service Providing the best quality service to external and internal clients. Building genuine and open long-term relationships in order to drive up service standards.

  • Finding solutions Taking a holistic view and working enthusiastically to analyse problems and to develop workable solutions. Identifying opportunities for innovation.

  • Embracing change Being open to and engaging with new ideas and ways of working. Adjusting to unfamiliar situations, shifting demands and changing roles.

  • Using resources effectively Identifying and making the most productive use of resources including people, time, information, networks and budgets.

  • Engaging with the wider context Enhancing your contribution to the organisation through an understanding of the bigger picture and showing commitment to organisational values.

  • Developing self and others Showing commitment to own ongoing professional development. Supporting and encouraging others to develop their professional knowledge, skills and behaviours to enable them to reach their full potential.

  • Working together Working collaboratively with others in order to achieve objectives. Recognising and valuing the different contributions people bring to this process.

  • Achieving Results Consistently meeting agreed objectives and success criteria. Taking personal responsibility for getting things done.

  • About Us

    The Faculty of Natural Sciences (FNS) encompasses the Divisions of Biological and Environmental Sciences, Computing Science and Mathematics, Psychology and the Institute of Aquaculture. FNS is a distinctive academic arena where new fundamental understandings of the complex and challenging inter-relationships between human behaviours, technologies, biological and environmental systems are created, explored and tested. Results of REF2014 confirmed that 75% of our research is world leading and internationally excellent. It is supported through UK Research Councils, European Union and a range of research charities We work with businesses and public service organisations both at home and overseas to achieve direct and positive outcomes for society across a range of critical problems. Recent success in the 2018 City deal is leading to a substantial investment in new infrastructure linked to the Faculty including a £17 million investment for a new Institute of Aquaculture and Global Aquatic Food Security facility and a £5 million investment for Scotland's International Environment Centre.

    Institute of Aquaculture

    Established in 1971, the Institute of Aquaculture (IoA) is the leading international centre in its field and the largest of its kind in the world. The Institute of Aquaculture has research and teaching facilities on campus including temperate and tropical aquaria. Off campus, at Buckieburn, the IoA has its freshwater research facility and, at Machrihanish on the Kintyre peninsula, its marine research facility. The entire Institute brings together cross-disciplinary, world class researchers in breeding and physiology, genomics and selection, nutrition, emerging aquatic diseases, immunology, parasitology, welfare and behaviour, environmental management, society and technology, and policy and governance our research and training focuses on critical questions relating to strategies for sustainable aquaculture.

    The University

    The University of Stirling is a leading UK teaching and research-intensive university, created by Royal Charter in 1967. Since its foundation, the University has embraced its role as an innovative, intellectual and cultural institution with a pioneering spirit and a passion for excellence in all that it does.

    In 2016, the University launched its current Strategic Plan https: // www. stir.ac.uk/about/our-vision/our-strategy/ (2016-2021), with targets to: be one of the top 25 universities in the UK; increase income by £50 million; enhance its research profile by 100 per cent; and ensure internationalisation is at the heart of everything it does.

    With three-quarters of its research ranked world-leading and internationally- excellent (Research Excellence Framework 2014), the University's groundbreaking, interdisciplinary research makes a difference to society and has a positive impact on communities worldwide. Stirling's research is making a positive impact on people's health, education and wellbeing, with key strengths across our research themes of: Cultures, Communities and Society; Global Security and Resilience; and Living Well. The University collaborates with international governments and policymakers, businesses, industry, and charitable organisations, to tackle and provide solutions to some of the toughest global societal challenges.

    For more information on working at Stirling, please visit https: // www. stir.ac.uk/about/work-at-stirling/.

    The University offers great benefits such as generous annual leave and membership of the Universities Superannuation Scheme. Additionally staff can benefit from a reduced membership rate at the University's excellent Sport Centre facilities.

    A full list of FAQs can be found here, we recommend you read these before making your application.

    Please ensure that you check your email account junk folder as your email provider may flag emails sent to you as suspected spam.

    Terms and conditions of this post can be found here.

    After the closing date, this job advert will no longer be available on the University of Stirling website therefore please keep a copy for your records.

    Job number

    FAC01399

    Contract Type

    Fixed Term Contract

    Closing date

    10-Oct-2021

    Location:

    Stirling Campus

    Grade

    Grade7 £34,304-£40,927 p.a.

    Faculty/Service

    Faculty of Natural Sciences Post Details

    Full time Fixed term for 14 to 16 months

    The closing date for applications is midnight on Sunday 10 October 2021 Interviews are expected to take place on Thursday 21 October 2021

    Research Assistant - Grade 6 £27,116-£33,309 p.a. Research Fellow - Grade 7 £34,304-£40,927 p.a.

    Research Assistant (Grade 6)

    This role is not eligible for sponsorship. Applicants require to have existing right to work in the UK.

    Research Fellow (Grade 7)

    For the purposes of sponsorship, this is a postdoctoral role under SOC code 2119.

    The University of Stirling recognises that a diverse workforce benefits and enriches the work, learning and research experiences of the entire campus and greater community. We are committed to removing barriers and welcome applications from those who would contribute to further diversification of our staff and ensure that equality, diversity and inclusion is woven into the substance of the role. We strongly encourage applications from people from diverse backgrounds including gender, identity, race, age, class, and ethnicity.

    The Post

    Research Assistant (Grade 6)

    The researcher position being advertised is for a Full time 16 month Grade 6 Research Assistant post to join an exciting collaborative project between University of Stirling's Institute of Aquaculture and industry partners, Mowi, Otter Ferry Seafish and Ridgeway, to improve and optimise vaccination strategies for the Scottish ballan wrasse cleaner fish industry.

    The successful applicant will work with Dr Sean Monaghan (PI) and Dr Andrew Desbois (Co-I) on the Sustainable Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) funded project, “ Optimal Aeromonas salmonicida ballan wrasse vaccination through informed immunological assessment WraAs OptiVacc to evaluate immune responsiveness of hatchery reared wrasse to current and improved vaccination regimes. The successful candidate will establish improved vaccine formulations to protect fish against atypical Aeromonas salmonicida , currently the most problematic pathogen constraining the sustainability of cultured ballan wrasse – a species that are applied as a non-medicinal de- lousing strategy for Atlantic salmon aquaculture. This project will explore fundamental aspects of ballan wrasse immunity and advance understanding of Aeromonas salmonicida antigenic diversity, whilst applying commercial field data in order to improve vaccination practices for the cleaner fish industry.

    Research Fellow (Grade 7)

    The researcher position being advertised is for a 14 month Full time Grade 7 Research Fellow post to join an exciting collaborative project between University of Stirling's Institute of Aquaculture and industry partners, Mowi, Otter Ferry Seafish and Ridgeway, to improve and optimise vaccination strategies for the Scottish ballan wrasse cleaner fish industry. The successful applicant will work with Dr Sean Monaghan (PI) and Dr Andrew Desbois (Co-I) on the Sustainable Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC) funded project, “ Optimal Aeromonas salmonicida ballan wrasse vaccination through informed immunological assessment WraAs OptiVacc to evaluate immune responsiveness of hatchery reared wrasse to current and improved vaccination regimes. The successful candidate will establish improved vaccine formulations to protect fish against atypical Aeromonas salmonicida , currently the most problematic pathogen constraining the sustainability of cultured ballan wrasse – a species that are applied as a non-medicinal de- lousing strategy for Atlantic salmon aquaculture. This project will explore fundamental aspects of ballan wrasse immunity and advance understanding of Aeromonas salmonicida antigenic diversity, whilst applying commercial field data in order to improve vaccination practices for the cleaner fish industry.

    Description of Duties

    Research Assistant (Grade 6)

  • Assist in the collection samples from fish at commercial aquaculture sites
  • Perform and assist with immunological assays to assess antibody responses in ballan wrasse
  • Perform and assist with qPCR assays to determine immune gene expression of ballan wrasse
  • Use proteomic approaches to assess expression and immunogenicity of antigens of bacterial pathogens with training provided as necessary
  • Culture and maintain bacterial isolates in the microbiology laboratory
  • As part of a wider research group or programme, gain exposure to or training in the development of research objectives and proposals for joint research, with the assistance of a mentor if required
  • Undertake basic research for example by preparing, setting up, conducting and recording the outcome of experiments and field work
  • Write up results of own research and contribute to the production of research reports and publications
  • Assist with the supervision of lab techniques for BSc. and MSc. student projects and the delivery of introductory classes as required
  • Could be expected to contribute to introductory courses, for example as a demonstrator on the use of research methods and equipment
  • At Faculty/departmental level, collaborate with academic colleagues on areas of shared research interest
  • Continually update knowledge, skills and understanding in field or specialism
  • Participate in project meetings and contribute to project reports
  • Research Fellow (Grade 7)

  • Organise and assist with the collection of samples from fish at commercial aquaculture sites
  • Develop and perform immunological assays to assess antibody responses in ballan wrasse
  • Develop and perform qPCR assays to determine immune gene expression of ballan wrasse
  • Use proteomic approaches to assess expression and immunogenicity of antigens of bacterial pathogens
  • Culture and maintain bacterial isolates in the microbiology laboratory
  • Prepare protocols and risk assessments as required
  • Contribute to the development of research objectives and proposals for own or joint research and play a lead role in relation to a specific project/s or part of a broader project with guidance from senior colleagues, if required and as appropriate for the duration of the appointment
  • As part of the wider research team, develop new research methodologies and approaches. Write and contribute to peer-reviewed publications and disseminate research findings using appropriate media
  • Contribute to new proposals, including drafting grant proposals and planning for future research, if required and as appropriate for the duration of the appointment
  • Support supervision of postgraduate research students (PhD and MSc.) and contribute to teaching if required and as appropriate for the duration of the appointment by, for example, supervising practical work
  • Build internal contacts and participate in internal networks for the exchange of information and to form relationships for future collaboration
  • Essential Criteria

    Research Assistant (Grade 6)

  • Honours Degree in an appropriate discipline: immunology, ichthyology, aquaculture, microbiology, or similar
  • Experience of some of these lab techniques: SDS-PAGE, ELISA, western blotting, immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridisation, nucleic acid extractions, qPCR and/or bacteriology.
  • Excellent communication skills oral and written, including public presentations and ability to communicate complex data/concepts clearly and concisely
  • Excellent interpersonal skills including team working and a collegiate approach
  • Appropriate workload/time/project/budget/people management skills
  • Extensive IT and data analysis/interpretation skills as appropriate
  • Self-motivation, initiative and independent thought/working
  • Problem solving skills including a flexible and pragmatic approach
  • Engage in continuous professional development.
  • Understand equal opportunity issues as they may impact on areas of research content.
  • Research Fellow (Grade 7)

  • Honours Degree and PhD in an appropriate discipline: immunology, ichthyology, aquaculture, microbiology, or similar.
  • Experience of most of these lab techniques: SDS-PAGE, ELISA, western blotting, immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridisation, nucleic acid extractions, qPCR and/or bacteriology.
  • Ability to routinely communicate complex and conceptual ideas to those with limited knowledge and understanding as well as to peers using high level skills and a range of media.
  • Developing ability to conduct individual research work, to disseminate results, and to contribute to preparation of research proposals
  • Extensive interpersonal skills
  • IT and data analysis/interpretation skills as appropriate
  • Self-motivation, initiative and independent thought/working. Problem solving skills including a flexible and pragmatic approach
  • Desirable Criteria

    Research Assistant (Grade 6)

  • PHD or an awarded or recently submitted or near completion PhD in subject specialism or equivalent
  • Some relevant work experience
  • Experience of laboratory demonstration to students and teaching activities
  • Experience with handling fish and taking tissue samples.
  • Good numeracy skills and experience with statistical analyses.
  • Evidence of ability to write manuscripts for scientific publication, including preparation of written reports and oral presentations.
  • Understanding of vaccinology
  • Driving licence
  • Research Fellow (Grade 7)

  • Membership of relevant Chartered/professional bodies (including Higher Education Academy)
  • Experience of mentoring colleagues with less experience and advise on personal development .
  • Experience with handling fish and taking tissue samples.
  • Evidence for team working, effective communication and organisation skills.
  • Strong numeracy skills and experience with statistical analyses.
  • Experience of MALDI-TOF and culturing bacterial pathogens of fish.
  • Strong publication record requisite for career stage, including preparation of written reports and oral presentations.
  • Knowledge of vaccinology
  • Behaviours and Competencies

    The role holder will be required to evidence that they can meet the qualities associated with the following behavioural competencies, as detailed within the AUA Competency Framework.

  • Managing self and personal skills Being aware of your own behaviour and mindful of how it impacts on others, enhancing personal skills to adapt professional practice accordingly.

  • Delivering excellent service Providing the best quality service to external and internal clients. Building genuine and open long-term relationships in order to drive up service standards.

  • Finding solutions Taking a holistic view and working enthusiastically to analyse problems and to develop workable solutions. Identifying opportunities for innovation.

  • Embracing change Being open to and engaging with new ideas and ways of working. Adjusting to unfamiliar situations, shifting demands and changing roles.

  • Using resources effectively Identifying and making the most productive use of resources including people, time, information, networks and budgets.

  • Engaging with the wider context Enhancing your contribution to the organisation through an understanding of the bigger picture and showing commitment to organisational values.

  • Developing self and others Showing commitment to own ongoing professional development. Supporting and encouraging others to develop their professional knowledge, skills and behaviours to enable them to reach their full potential.

  • Working together Working collaboratively with others in order to achieve objectives. Recognising and valuing the different contributions people bring to this process.

  • Achieving Results Consistently meeting agreed objectives and success criteria. Taking personal responsibility for getting things done.

  • About Us

    The Faculty of Natural Sciences (FNS) encompasses the Divisions of Biological and Environmental Sciences, Computing Science and Mathematics, Psychology and the Institute of Aquaculture. FNS is a distinctive academic arena where new fundamental understandings of the complex and challenging inter-relationships between human behaviours, technologies, biological and environmental systems are created, explored and tested. Results of REF2014 confirmed that 75% of our research is world leading and internationally excellent. It is supported through UK Research Councils, European Union and a range of research charities We work with businesses and public service organisations both at home and overseas to achieve direct and positive outcomes for society across a range of critical problems. Recent success in the 2018 City deal is leading to a substantial investment in new infrastructure linked to the Faculty including a £17 million investment for a new Institute of Aquaculture and Global Aquatic Food Security facility and a £5 million investment for Scotland's International Environment Centre.

    Institute of Aquaculture

    Established in 1971, the Institute of Aquaculture (IoA) is the leading international centre in its field and the largest of its kind in the world. The Institute of Aquaculture has research and teaching facilities on campus including temperate and tropical aquaria. Off campus, at Buckieburn, the IoA has its freshwater research facility and, at Machrihanish on the Kintyre peninsula, its marine research facility. The entire Institute brings together cross-disciplinary, world class researchers in breeding and physiology, genomics and selection, nutrition, emerging aquatic diseases, immunology, parasitology, welfare and behaviour, environmental management, society and technology, and policy and governance our research and training focuses on critical questions relating to strategies for sustainable aquaculture.

    The University

    The University of Stirling is a leading UK teaching and research-intensive university, created by Royal Charter in 1967. Since its foundation, the University has embraced its role as an innovative, intellectual and cultural institution with a pioneering spirit and a passion for excellence in all that it does.

    In 2016, the University launched its current Strategic Plan https: // www. stir.ac.uk/about/our-vision/our-strategy/ (2016-2021), with targets to: be one of the top 25 universities in the UK; increase income by £50 million; enhance its research profile by 100 per cent; and ensure internationalisation is at the heart of everything it does.

    With three-quarters of its research ranked world-leading and internationally- excellent (Research Excellence Framework 2014), the University's groundbreaking, interdisciplinary research makes a difference to society and has a positive impact on communities worldwide. Stirling's research is making a positive impact on people's health, education and wellbeing, with key strengths across our research themes of: Cultures, Communities and Society; Global Security and Resilience; and Living Well. The University collaborates with international governments and policymakers, businesses, industry, and charitable organisations, to tackle and provide solutions to some of the toughest global societal challenges.

    For more information on working at Stirling, please visit https: // www. stir.ac.uk/about/work-at-stirling/.

    The University offers great benefits such as generous annual leave and membership of the Universities Superannuation Scheme. Additionally staff can benefit from a reduced membership rate at the University's excellent Sport Centre facilities.

    A full list of FAQs can be found here, we recommend you read these before making your application.

    Please ensure that you check your email account junk folder as your email provider may flag emails sent to you as suspected spam.

    Terms and conditions of this post can be found here.

    After the closing date, this job advert will no longer be available on the University of Stirling website therefore please keep a copy for your records.

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