RGCB MSc Microbiology Project Fellow Job Opening – Apply Online
Applications are invited from suitable candidates for one position of Project Fellow in a KSCSTE funded research project entitled “Genomic and Evolutionary Characteristics of multidrug resistant S. aureus isolates circulating in Kerala” under the supervision of Dr. Shijulal Nelson Sathi at Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology, Thiruvananthapuram. The candidate must be responsible for performing microbiology and bioinformatics work at the transdisciplinary biology department.
Role – Project Fellow
No. of position – 1
Project title – Genomic and Evolutionary Characteristics of multidrug resistant S. aureus isolates circulating in Kerala
Name of the PI: Dr. Shijulal Nelson Sathi
Age – Below 28 years as on July 29, 2023. Age relaxation will be given as per Govt. of India norms.
Duration – Initially for a period of one year and extendable for two more year or till termination of the project whichever is earlier based on performance evaluation on yearly basis.
- Applications should be submitted online.
- Candidates who are currently working in Government firms should send applications through proper channel.
- Last date for receiving completed applications is July 29, 2023
- If a candidate wishes to apply for different positions, separate applications should be submitted for each position. Selection to the position will not entitle the candidate to any future positions at RGCB (permanent or otherwise). As with all project positions at RGCB, the position will be co terminus with end of the project.
Applications which are not in the prescribed format will summarily be rejected.
Only those fulfilling the above criteria need apply. Applicants will be short listed for the ONLINE selection interview based on eligibility criteria. Selection of suitable candidates will be made based on qualifications and performance in the selection interview.
Essential Qualification – The candidate must have a Master’s degree in Microbiology with at least 1 year of experience in Handling BSL2 pathogens