Postdoctoral Position in Fate of Organometallic Compounds in the Environment at the CSIC-Barcelona

A postdoctoral position is being seeking in my research group in the Dept. of Environmental Chemistry at the CSIC, Spanish National Research Council, Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDÆA) in Barcelona.
This position focuses on field studies to assess the environmental impact of organometallic compounds, specially focus on mercury and their toxic alkylated compounds.
A Ph.D. in chemistry, environmental sciences, environmental engineering, or a related discipline is required. Experience in experimental research, specially on Hg and/or MeHg is needed. Experience with advanced instrumentation use, and/or complex data analysis is highly desirable. Experience with mass spectrometry, gas chromatography, HPLC, are also desirable. Ability to travel to field studies, to work in a team with members of our group and multiple collaborators, and to lead the writing of papers for peer-reviewed journals is essential.

Due to the high competitive requirements a minimum of 15 SCI papers is required and a first postdoc done.

To apply, please send an email describing your research interests and a CV, to as soon as possible but before 31th january 2014, in order to have time to apply to the Ramon y Cajal
postdoc program (deadline 6th february 2014).

For more details, please go to the RyC postdoc programme at
and click English

In case you will be selected, the appointment will be for 5 years starting early 2015.

For any details about our research group, please visit:


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