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The Sleep, Cognition and Emotion lab has an exciting job opportunity for a Post-doc, Developer or highly skilled PhD student with strong IT skills;
Depending on your skills and interest, you have at least some - and ideally many - of the following responsibilities and opportunities:
We are looking for someone devoted to collaborate in our research on insomnia, with strong competences in one or more of the following:
We offer an exciting job at a dynamic research institute and an attractive package of fringe benefits. The position if for two years with a possibility for extension.
The salary is in accordance with the regulations for academic personnel. For a postdoc it will range from €32.508,- up to a maximum of €59.647 per year and for a PhD student from €32.447,- up to a maximum of €41.477,- per year. This annual salary is before tax, (including holiday and end of year allowance) based on a full-time appointment, and depending on expertise and previous experience. Gross monthly salaries are in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement (CAO) for Dutch Universities.
Additionally, the housing department of the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience assists foreign employees and students in finding accommodation.
The Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience is an Academy research institute. It conducts basic and strategic research in the neurosciences. It examines how the human brain makes awareness, perception, movement, learning, social interaction and other cognitive functions possible. It also studies how brain disorders can disrupt these functions.
The Sleep, Cognition and Emotion group of Van Someren at the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience devotes its research to the benefit of people suffering from insomnia, one of the most common and burdening disorders. The group has become internationally leading in insomnia research, by; addressing brain mechanisms, improving the accessibility of effective online interventions and enhancing citizen science through data collection in collaboration with the general public.
The Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience (www.nin.nl) is the country’s leading fundamental neuroscience research institute. It provides a critical mass of scientists in the neuroscience techniques, together with a dynamic multi-cultural environment. English is the working language of all research groups. Amsterdam is an internationally-oriented city and an attractive, progressive and easy-to-integrate environment. The research groups have members from more than 27 nations with backgrounds ranging from philosophy to engineering, but with an emphasis on biology and psychology.
Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW)
Meibergdreef 47, 1105 BA, Amsterdam Zuid-Oost