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melton | £34,723
job title: environmental protection officer location: east suffolk council, lowestoft (nr33 0eq), or melton (ip12 1rt) salary: £34,723 - £43,516 per annum job type: full time, permanent and fixed term contracts available contracts available: 1 permanent role, 1 fixed term role until september 2025 working hours: 37 hours per week closing date: 11pm 15 october 2023 interview date: week commencing 23 october 2023 east suffolk council is an exciting place to work and make a real difference to people's lives, delivering vital services to a quarter of a million people across east suffolk. we have two fantastic opportunities to join the established and growing environmental protection team. the team is responsible for responding to planning applications, managing the private water supplies regime for over 500 commercial and domestic premises, local air quality management, animal licensing and welfare, noise and nuisance investigations, pollution control, bathing waters and premises licensing representations. east suffolk, with a population of 240,000, stretches from felixstowe, the busiest uk port, to lowestoft in the north with 50 miles of beautiful coastline in between, including an area of natural beauty. it is home to latitude festival, blue flag beaches, numerous nationally significant infrastructure projects?such as sizewell c nuclear power station, lowestoft flood defences and the gull wing bridge and significant regeneration projects for which we play an important consultative role. internal promotion and growth of the team means we have two vacancies for a innovative and dedicated environmental protection officer's. so, if you are passionate about making a meaningful difference to the community we serve, with the skillset to undertake complex and technically challenging case work and projects please apply to come and join our supportive and progressive environmental protection team. what you will need: you should hold a level 7 postgraduate qualification in environmental health or an environmental health protection related subject. you should also be able to work outside normal office hours to meet the demands of the service. if you think you have what it takes to be successful in this role, even if you don't meet all of the essential requirements, please apply. we would appreciate the opportunity to consider your application. why work for us? east suffolk council is a great place to work and there are lots of benefits our employees can access. to find out more about why we are so proud of east suffolk council, take a look at our video on youtube and hear why our employees think it is such a great place to work. benefits: great opportunities for training and developmentagile working opportunitiesessential car user allowancegenerous leave entitlementlocal government pension schemefree car parking (for when you are working in the office)discounts on mobile phones, computers, holiday and travel, fashion and clothing, health and beauty and many other products and services. about us: east suffolk council is an exciting place to work and a great place to make a real difference to people's lives, delivering vital services to a quarter of a million people across east suffolk. we hugely value our staff and know that in order for us to remain successful, it is essential for us to recognise talented employees, developing and retaining them within the organisation. we are therefore committed to investing in our staff and providing first-class support to ensure a positive culture and rewarding careers. please click on the apply button and you will be redirected to the council's careers page. candidates with the relevant experience or job titles of; environmental officer, environmental auditor, environmental coordinator, environmental compliance, environmental legislation, environmental regulations, environment regulator, environmental regulatory compliance, manufacturing environmental compliance, environmental health, environmental licensing, communicable disease control officer may also be considered for this role.
Closing on 07 Nov
leeds | £33,797
research fellow in structural molecular biology are you an ambitious researcher looking for your next challenge? do you have an established background in structural molecular biology? do you want to further your career in one of the uks leading research-intensive universities? we are looking for a highly motivated postdoctoral research fellow to join a team of researchers investigating the structural basis of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, an inherited heart disease that affects more than 1 in 500 people. most mutations resulting in disease are found in either β-cardiac myosin heavy chain or cardiac myosin-binding protein-c (cmybp-c) yet the link between mutation and disease outcome is poorly characterised. by use of an integrative structural biology approach this research project will unravel structural-functional relationships between β-cardiac myosin and cmybp-c and the impact of disease mutation on those relationships. the project will use a combination of electron microscopy (negative-stain and cryo), structural mass spectrometry, biochemistry, biophysics, molecular modelling and cell biology methods. you should have a phd (or be close to completion) in biology, biochemistry, biophysics or a related discipline. you should have experience in the analysis of protein structure, dynamics and protein-protein interactions using either structural mass spectrometry methods (e.g. native mass spectrometry, chemical crosslinking, covalent footprinting and/or hydrogen-deuterium exchange), and/or cryo-electron microscopy, and complementary biophysical methods (e.g. circular dichroism, sds-page). you should also have experience in protein production from bacterial and, insect or/and mammalian cells. you will be based in the laboratory of dr charlie scarff (bhf intermediate fellow) and will work closely with collaborators at leeds (dr james ault, dr sarah harris and prof. michelle peckham), across the uk and internationally (prof. howard white, evms and prof. donald winkelmann, rutgers). you will join the vibrant astbury centre community and benefit from the world-leading facilities we have in the astbury biostructure laboratory (two titan krios microscopes) and faculty of biological sciences (dedicated hdx-ms system, uhmr q-exactive and orbitrap exploris). to explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact: doctor charlie scarff bhf jacqueline murray coomber fellow, email: firstname.lastname@example.org