Introduction: what is JIN ?
JIN, the Job Information Network is a free career center offered
since 1999 by the European Society
for Animal Cell Technology (www.esact.org).
a not-for-profit scientific society.
JIN is aiming to be a collection of positions and personnel available
worldwide in the field of Animal Cell Culture and Technology.
Companies, Universities and Research Institutes can post any job
vacancies they have in this field.
Individuals can submit their resume and directly forward it for
job positions advertised on this site.
A comprehensive list of all actual vacancies
is a just a click away!
The type of positions which are suitable for JIN are described
The main intention of JIN by ESACT is to help the recent graduate
of the animal cell culture field as well as the experienced practitioner
find an adequate job within his/her area of expertise. By advertising
job vacancies in animal cell culture and technology, academic institutions
and industry benefit from this service in that they can expect to
reach a pool of highly qualified individuals at no cost!
From its beginning in January 1999 until March 2004, JIN advertised
about 300 highly specialised positions. In March 2004, JIN was upgraded
to offer a better service and many new features.
Job submission process
- To publish a job vacancy or a resume, it is first necessary to
subscribe. Please see our Privacy
Statement if you are conernced about our use of personal information.
- Jobs and resumes submitted to JIN are evaluated by an editor before
they are published on the site.
- Visitors who wish to apply for a particular job need only to click
the "Apply for this Job" button and enter their information
online, which is forwarded by email to the job provider.
- Registered individuals can choose to hide their resume and parts
of their personal information from the public view and allow them
to be seen only by the institutions they have chosen to contact.
By submitting information to JIN by ESACT, you agree with JIN's
Jobs which may be advertised on JIN
All jobs involving at least a tangential use of animal cell culture
technology, from the utmost upstream (expression systems for recombinant
protein production) to downstream processing of cell culture broths
and analytical testing of the recombinant protein of interest. This
also includes validation of cell culture equipment and processes
and regulatory issues. Positions in this field can range from practical
training and diploma/doctoral studentships to professor positions,
post-doctoral positions, various research positions, technical consulting,
industrial scientist/engineer positions, laboratory or group managers
all the way to department heads and upper management positions in
companies involved with animal cell culture. Some sales positions
may also be adequate as long as they deal directly with products
used in cell culture.
Jobs not acceptable on JIN
Unethical/illegal positions (for example in the development of
weapons or weapons of mass destruction), jobs that make unethical/redundant
use of laboratory animals, assorted sales positions, clinical trial
managers, business consultant or venture capital analyst positions,
investment banking positions and any other positions not related
to animal cell culture.
The pictures of bioreactors integrated in the design of this website
are owned by Bioengineering
AG, Switzerland (www.bioengineering.ch)
and used here with kind permission.
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