Working for the MRC Human Genetics Unit
The MRC Human Genetics Unit is at the forefront of research into human genetics. Its
role is to advance the understanding of genetic factors implicated in human disease and
normal and abnormal development. The Unit's programmes of work cover the themes of
developmental genetics, chromosome biology and models for human genetic diseases.
Current Vacancies (MRC Human Genetics Unit)
The unit is one of the largest MRC research establishments providing a stimulating environment for career opportunities for scientists, postgraduate and post-doctoral training, with graduate students and postdoctoral fellows drawn from all over the world. There is also excellent employment opportunities for staff providing central services and research support facilities, such as Administrative, Computing and Technical.
How to apply: http://jobs.mrc.ac.uk
30 days annual leave, plus 10.5 public holidays
Membership of a contributory, fully funded, final salary pension scheme. Contributions
are 6.5% of pensionable salary
65 (The MRC is looking at ways in which it will be able to continue to engage with
older workers who exceed the statutory retirement age)
An interest-free season ticket loan
Child care voucher scheme