Chemist (REF: 20003964)
Our Racing Laboratory Department in Sha Tin undertakes various types of
research and testing on horses and riders to identify the use of prohibited
substances or prohibited methods. It plays an essential role in doping
control to ensure the fairness and integrity of racing and other equine
sports, and is a leading laboratory in the field of equine drug testing.
- plan and conduct analyses of biological samples to
identify the presence of prohibited substances or biomarkers
- devise and implement quality assurance measures to
ensure the reliability of test results
- research and develop new methods to analyse drugs
- train and supervise a team of laboratory chemical
analysts to assist you in your work
You should have:
- a Master degree or above in Chemistry or equivalent
- excellent communication skills in English and Chinese
- good management and leadership skills
- preferably with good working knowledge in mass spectrometry
- experience in drug residue analyses will be beneficial
Terms of Employment
The level of appointment will be commensurate with qualifications and
Closing date for applications is 4 February 2020. Only shortlisted candidates
will be notified.
How to apply
Please send your resume, complete with expected salary and job reference
to the Human Resources Department, The Hong Kong Jockey Club, 9/F Central
Complex, Sha Tin Racecourse, Hong Kong, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org,
or fax to (852) 2966-6984.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Proteomics)
We currently have a great opportunity for a Postdoctoral Research
Fellow to join our proteomics group in the Department of Surgery at the
University of Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, MI, USA. The term of
this appointment will be initially for one year. The position can be extended
for additional years.
As a member of our research lab team, the individual will be expected
to perform research on studies of changes in pancreatic cancer due to
therapy. This will include performing mass spec assays to look at the
exosomes in patient serum following chemo and radiation therapies. Also,
there are additional projects involving glycoprotein markers in the sera
from HCC cancer patients that the individual will also work on.
The individual will work alongside research staff and
under the direction of the supervisor. We expect a postdoctoral level
of commitment from you. The individual will design and perform experiments,
process and analyze data, and develop new and/or revised research methodologies.
The individual will critically analyze literature, prepare and present
research papers, presentations and grants.
PhD in analytical chemistry, biochemistry or related scientific fields
with experience in proteomics and/or mass spectrometry.
Please send your CV, personal statement and the contact information
of three referees to Professor David Lubman (email@example.com)