The Department of Internal Medicine III (Medical Director: Prof. Dr. H. Döhner) of the University Hospital Ulm is looking for a
Technical Assistant (MTA/CTA/BTA) (f/m/d)

The University Hospital Ulm and its employees stands for a modern and high quality patient care, excellent university research and medical education focused on the future as well as apprenticeships in attractive professional fields. The requirements for this are qualified and committed employees. 
for the clinical cooperation unit Mechanisms of Leukemogenesis headed by PD Dr Daniel Mertens.

Your tasks:
  • Professional handling of human pathological tissue
  • Culture and treatment of human cells in cell culture (including mixed populations)
  • Common molecular biological methods, both nucleic acids and proteins
  • Laboratory organization
  • Management of the biobank
  • Evaluation of experimental results


What we offer:
  • Payment according to TV UK with annual special payment as well as company pension plan
  • Flexible working hours
  • Support in balancing work and family life
  • A wide range of training and further education opportunities as well as company health promotion
  • Staff residence and job ticket for public transport
  • Intensive initial training under competent guidance
  • An excellent working atmosphere in an open-minded international team
  • Interesting field of activity with a wide range of development opportunities
  • Contribution to scientific publications


Required qualifications:
  • Training as MTA,CTA, BTA (f/m/d)
  • A pronounced interest in scientific work
  • An independent and autonomous way of working
  • Ability to work in a team and above-average commitment
  • Knowledge of English language
  • Communication skills


Contract: limited
Level of employment: full-time
application: 31.08.2021

Are you interested?
To apply, please send your application to:

Mr.
PD Dr. Daniel Mertens
Universitätsklinikum Ulm
Albert-Einstein-Allee 23
89081 Ulm
E-Mail: d.mertens@dkfz-heidelberg.de

The employment occurs by the administration of the hospital. Severely handicapped applicants will be given
priority in the event of equal suitability. The University Hospital Ulm strives to increase the share of women in those areas in which they are underrepresented. Appropriately
qualified women are asked to apply. Full-time positions are basically divisible. A continued employment following the temporary working contract is possible.