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Date: Thu Jul 20 10:27:56 2017
Subject: 17.07.20 Temporary II Research Associate, Inorganic Chemistry, University of Mississippi
Highly motivated and enthusiastic candidates are invited to lead projects
involving the development of molecular transition metal catalysts for the
multielectron reduction of carbon dioxide in the research laboratory of
Prof. Jonah Jurss in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the 
University of Mississippi. The position is a one year appointment set to 
begin on August 1, 2017 or thereafter until the position is filled.

The research associate will bring his or her skills, knowledge, and 
experience into a highly collaborative environment focused on developing
and evaluating earth-abundant catalysts for carbon dioxide reduction. The
research associate will be required to plan and perform experiments, 
analyze and interpret data, communicate results, and prepare manuscripts
for publication. 

Applicants must have a PhD in chemistry or a related field. Expertise in 
the synthesis and characterization of multidentate ligands and first-row
transition metal complexes, various electrochemical techniques, and
reaction kinetics is essential. Applicants should also have experience in
the use of spectroscopic methods, including NMR, FTIR, and UV-vis
techniques, as well as gas chromatography for product analysis.
For additional details and requirements and to apply online, go to
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