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You are a qualified BTA, CTA, MTA, biology lab technician, or you have at least a bachelor's or master's degree in biology, biotechnology or biochemistry. Ideally, you have prior experience with molecular biological, biochemical methods, cell-based assays, human tissue handling, and microscopy. You are interested to develop new skill sets and contribute to the team’s scientific aims. You have strong organizational skills and work well in a team. You are motivated, flexible, responsible and reliable. You have both good English and good German communication skills.
The Department of Biology is located on the ETH Zürich Campus Hoenggerberg. ETH Zurich is a major research university, offering an excellent environment for innovative and collaborative research across disciplines.
We offer an exciting and challenging job in an international and interdisciplinary research team as well as an opportunity to work on different clinically focused research projects. Furthermore, we offer a competitive salary and flexibility in working hours. The starting date is as soon as possible, preferably late August or early September.