The mission of the Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) as a nationally and internationally active research institute is to deliver solutions for an ecologically, economically and socially sustainable agriculture – together with society. ZALF is a member of the Leibniz Association and is located in Müncheberg (approx. 35 minutes by regional train from Berlin-Lichtenberg). It also maintains a research station with further locations in Dedelow and Paulinenaue.
The DFG funded project
is a cooperation of the Silicon Biogeochemistry Group (ZALF, Dr. J. Schaller), the group of Experimental Biogeochemistry (University Bayreuth, Prof. M. Obst) and the Institute of Soil Science and Site Ecology (TU Dresden, Prof. K. Kalbitz). The aim of the project is analyze how silicon is interfering with phosphate and organic matter binding to soil minerals and how this is altering soil respiration rates.
Your workplace will be in Müncheberg. At times, you will also work at the TU Dresden and the University of Bayreuth.
Women are particularly encouraged to apply.
Applications from severely disabled persons with equal qualifications are favored.
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 57-2021 until August 31, 2021 to:
For cost reasons, application documents or extensive publications can only be returned if an adequately stamped envelope is attached.
If you apply, we collect and process your personal data in accordance with Articles 5 and 6 of the EU GDPR only for the processing of your application and for purposes that result from possible future employment with the ZALF. Your data will be deleted after six months.
You can find further information at: www.zalf.de/en/ueber_uns/Pages/Datenschutzerklaerung.aspx