Vacancies with Diamond
Diamond is a new synchrotron light source in South Oxfordshire (UK), on the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus. This new scientific facility can be compared to a series of 'super microscopes', which will eventually provide up to 40 different experimental research stations, also called beamlines. Diamond became operational in January 2007 with an initial complement of seven beamlines and has since expanded rapidly. Diamond positions itself as a medium energy source (3GeV) in amongst some 50 other synchrotrons worldwide.
Information about how to apply for a vacancy can be found in the section 'How to apply'.
Information for overseas applicants can be found at Info for overseas applicants.
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Please note that we leave previous vacancy advertisements on our website for a period after the closing date as similar posts may be available in the future. If a particular post would have been of interest to you, please contact us so we can advise you when the next similar vacancy may be advertised.