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Job Announcement: Scientific Director and Administration Responsible of FGG

The Board (Patronato) of Fundacion Galileo Galilei - INAF (FGG), manager of the Italian Telescopio Nazionale Galileo (TNG), invites applications for the position of "Scientific Director and Administration Responsible of FGG". Applications received by 31 August 2017 will be given full consideration.

FGG is a Spanish no-profit Foundation and operates the TNG, a 3.6m telescope equipped with state of the art high resolution spectrographs (HARPS-N and GIANO-B) and other multi purpose imaging/spectro FOSCc ameras (DOLORESa nd NICS).

The Director of FGG shall be an active astrophysicist with a significant publication record and with proven experience in the operation and management of scientific projects. Due to the international environment of the La Palma observatories , the knowledge of more languages will be considered, with priority given to Italian, English, Spanish.

The successful candidate should be available before 1 January 2018, and will be based on La Palma. Contract: It is a 5-years appointment with possibility of renewal. Gross salary is in the range 90-120 k€ per year, depending on candidate qualification, subject to proper income taxes and social security deductions. This position is equally open to suitably, any gender, qualified applicants.

Applications received by 31 August 2017 will be given full consideration.

More information at this link.

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