The Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) is looking for a Researcher for Long-term Field Experiments

The mission of the Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) as a nationally and internationally active research institute is to deliver solutions for environmentally, economically and socially sustainable agriculture – together with society. ZALF is a member of the Leibniz Association and is located in Müncheberg (approx. 40 minutes by regional train from Berlin-Ostkreuz).
ZALF contributes with several subprojects to the collaborative project “BonaRes” (Soil as a Sustainable Resource for the Bioeconomy,, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research. Within this context, a repository for data from long term field experiment (LTE) has been established as part of the larger BonaRes Repository for soil research data. It includes a georeferenced web-application with comprehensive LTE meta-data information.

Duration of employment: 80% position for 3 years subject to appropriation of funding at our location in Müncheberg

Job Description:
You manage and further develop the LTE repository including the interactive web-application. You interact with LTE operators, both nationally and internationally, to support the curation, storage, maintenance and meta-analysis of LTE data. You collaborate closely with the BonaRes Data Centre team and the Agricultural Landscape Systems group for the enrichment, analysis and exploitation of the LTE repository.

Please send your application preferably by e-mail (one PDF file, max. 5 MB; packed PDF documents, archive files like zip, rar etc. Word documents cannot be processed and therefore cannot be considered!) with the usual documents, in particular CV, proof of qualification and certificates, stating the reference number 23-2021 until April 2nd 2021 to:

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