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Reference : UMR6457-SOPDEP-013
Workplace : NANTES,NANTES
Date of publication : Monday, October 12, 2020
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 14 months
Expected date of employment : 1 January 2021
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : Between 2675,28 € and 3805,92 € according to experience
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : 1 to 4 years
The candidate will work in the framework of a project of the Zone Atelier Territoires Uranifères (https://zatu.org) on the behaviour of (radio)metals in a wetland marked by increased radioactivity. The work aims at characterizing the mobile part of elements of interest (U, Ra, Po) in soils by combining laboratory and field experiments.
The candidate will work focus on (i) the realization of on-site sampling, (ii) on the study of the samples in the laboratory with the characterization of the labile fractions (sequential/selective extraction), on the identification of the carrier phases by imaging and the characterization of U speciation by spectroscopy and finally (iii) on the analysis of the behavior of the elements under in-situ conditions through the deployment of DET/DGT type sensors.
The candidate must have a PhD in fields of radiochemistry, environmental chemistry and/or physical chemistry. The candidate, with a chemical profile (analytic and/or physico-chemistry) will have to present a first experience in the field of environmental chemistry. Experience in the handling of radioactive substances would clearly be a plus.The candidate's expected competencies are : - Knowledge of nuclear metrology techniques,
- experimentation with radioactive substances, f
- field experience and use of in-natura sensors (type DET/DGT),
- knowledge of spectroscopy techniques.
- Fluency in English and for writing articles is required.
Ability to work in a team on multidisciplinary projects.
The majority of the experiments will be done in the radiochemistry laboratory of Subatech. Missions are planned at the Institut de Chimie de Nice. he work is carried out in collaboration with the Institut de Chimie de Nice within the framework of a project supported by the NEEDS program of the CNRS (https://www.celluleenergie.cnrs.fr/-Programme-NEEDS-) and the European project RADONORM (https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/900009).
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