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Job Announcement- Dow AgroSciences

Welter, Mary mwelter at dowagro.com
Sat May 8 13:07:25 EST 1999


The ideal candidate is expected to have an understanding of plant cell
cultures, plant transformation, and plant gene expression analysis.
Demonstrated skills in setting research goals/timelines, designing
experiments, collecting data and interpreting results are required.
Familiarity with protein extraction and quantification as well as
statistical analysis is desirable.

Successful candidate will collaborate with members of a large
interdisciplinary team devoted to gene evaluation and product development.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential.

Key responsibilities include:
--developing transient assay systems for constitutive and tissue specific
--testing and evaluation of promoters
--communication of results by written and oral presentations

A minimum of an M.S. in Plant Biology or closely related fields with 2-4
years additional experience in plant tissue culture and transformation or a
B.S. with 4 - 6 or more years experience is desired.

We offer an excellent salary/benefit package, individual scheduling, and a
beautiful headquarters location which includes learning facilities, health
and fitness programs and equipment, and a nature preserve with walking
trails.  Indianapolis, Indiana provides all the cultural advantages of a
major metro area plus the comfortable hospitality of the Midwest.

Interested candidates should send an email of a letter of interest, resume,
and references by May 28th to careers at dowagro.com and hard copies plus
transcripts to:

Dow AgroSciences LLC
Human Resources Recruiting
9330 Zionsville Road
Indianapolis, IN  46268-1054

Be sure to visit our website at www.dowagro.com

Dow AgroSciences offers challenging opportunities within a stimulating and
diverse work environment.
We are an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

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