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Daniel Wolpert
01-28-2003, 01:04 AM
Laboratory Technical Assistant
Sensorimotor Control Laboratory
Sobell Research Department of Motor Neuroscience & Movement Disorders
Institute of Neurology, University College London

We seek an energetic and enthusiastic individual to work in an exciting
research environment on a project investigating how humans learn to make
skilled movements. The appointee will have the opportunity to
contribute to many aspects of the research program and to acquire and
exercise a variety of research and technical skills. S/he will be
involved in the acquisition, maintenance and development of equipment,
including new and existing virtual reality and robotic technologies that
are used extensively in the scientific study of human movement. In
addition, the appointee will facilitate research within the group by
maintaining the lab environment, recruiting experimental subjects,
assisting with experiments and with purchasing, budgeting and
maintaining the groupís website.

Applicants should have strong practical skills and a degree or similar
qualification. The post would suit someone with a broad set of skills
which would ideally include basic electronics, workshop skills, computer
programming, instrumentation and physiological measurement.

Applicants should view www.hera.ucl.ac.uk/vacancies for further details
of the position and how to apply (if you do not have access to the web,
a hard-copy of the same details can be obtained from Elizabeth Bertram,
e.bertram@ion.ucl.ac.uk, tel: 020 7676 2191). The post is available now,
for 1 year in the first instance. Starting salary will be in the range
£20,399 to £25,430 per annum (inclusive of London Allowance) depending
on qualifications and experience. The closing date is Friday 21st
February 2003.

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