Early Career Fellowships

Department of Chemistry University of Oxford

About the Department

The Department of Chemistry is part of the University of Oxford’s Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Division. The Department has held a Silver Athena SWAN award since November 2015.

We offer a excellent environment for talented and committed researchers to develop from the post-doctoral stage of their careers towards becoming established as Chemistry Research Leaders of the future.

We would like to encourage applications from outstanding individuals who are looking to develop their independent research identity.

 

Why apply to hold a Fellowship at Oxford?

We can offer an excellent research environment, access to world class facilities, training programmes and mentorship. If your application is endorsed by the Department and accepted by the funding body, we will provide you with adequate office and laboratory space for your group and access to facilities.

Oxford Chemistry has a successful track record of hosting postdoctoral and independent fellows and helping them to develop their independent careers. Most go on to secure permanent positions either at Oxford or other institutions - in many cases at some of the most prestigious departments and research institution - both in the UK and worldwide.

 

 

 

Training and support

The department and MPLS division hold training programmes for Independent Early career Researchers and Postdoctoral development.

The department has a dedicated early career research facilitator who will:

·         Assist with applications, and understanding of funder requirements

·         Help you to obtain letters of support as required

·         Liaise with central university research services on your behalf

·         If you are invited to interview we will organise mock interviews and internal review of your application.

A member of our finance team will be able to assist you with costing of proposals.     

 

For more information please contact : early-career-fellowships@chem.ox.ac.uk