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  • Infermieri Area Critica

    L’Istituto Europeo di Oncologia, al fine di assicurare la corretta realizzazione dell’attività clinica assegnata, sta cercando Infermieri da inserire in Area Critica e Blocco Operatorio.

     

    I/le candidati/e ideali possiedono il diploma di Infermiere Professionale ovvero il diploma di laurea in Scienze Infermieristiche, sono interessati e motivati a fornire assistenza personalizzata e di qualità in un contesto la cui organizzazione ruota intorno alle necessità del paziente, inteso non solo come malato, ma soprattutto come essere umano, ed è finalizzata all’eccellenza del servizio.

     

    Sono dotati di spirito di iniziativa, autonomia, problem solving, flessibilità, buone capacità organizzative e di relazione interpersonale, predisposizione al lavoro in team.

    Si richiede un buon orientamento al servizio, inteso come motivazione alla comprensione delle necessità del paziente e al soddisfacimento dei suoi bisogni.

     

    E’ richiesta un'esperienza minima nell'area di almeno 3 anni.

     

    L’offerta contrattuale è idonea a soddisfare candidature anche di elevata esperienza e professionalità.

     

    Chi fosse interessato, può inviare il proprio cv aggiornato al seguente indirizzo e-mail: servizio.selezione@ieo.it citando il rif. 10SEL001

  • Infermieri Area Degenza

    L’Istituto Europeo di Oncologia, al fine di assicurare la corretta realizzazione dell’attività clinica assegnata, sta cercando Infermieri da inserire nelle aree di Degenza Medica e Degenza Chirurgica.

      

    I/le candidati/e ideali possiedono il diploma di Infermiere Professionale ovvero il diploma di laurea in Scienze Infermieristiche, sono interessati e motivati a fornire assistenza personalizzata e di qualità in un contesto la cui organizzazione ruota intorno alle necessità del paziente, inteso non solo come malato, ma soprattutto come essere umano, ed è finalizzata all’eccellenza del servizio.
     
    Sono dotati di spirito di iniziativa, autonomia, problem solving, flessibilità, buone capacità organizzative e di relazione interpersonale, predisposizione al lavoro in team.

      

    Si richiede un buon orientamento al servizio, inteso come motivazione alla comprensione delle necessità del paziente e al soddisfacimento dei suoi bisogni.

      

    E’ previsto un percorso formativo di elevato livello in un contesto fortemente innovativo.

     

    L'offerta contrattuale è idonea a soddisfare candidature anche di elevata esperienza e professionalità.

      

    Chi fosse interessato, può inviare il proprio cv aggiornato al seguente indirizzo e-mail: servizio.selezione@ieo.it citando il rif. 2016SEL006

     

  • Fiscalista

    Il Gruppo IEO-CCM, per i propri Ospedali IRCCS con sede a Milano e per la Fondazione IEO – CCM, cerca un Fiscalista da inserire all’interno della Direzione Amministrativa IEO – CCM per lo  svolgimento delle seguenti attività:

     

    -      Calcolo delle imposte correnti, differite, anticipate;

    -      Predisposizione ed invio delle dichiarazioni fiscali periodiche e annuali (a titolo esemplificativo Imposte dirette, IVA, Intrastat, 770, spesometro, comunicazioni 730, …);

    -      Analisi degli aspetti fiscali dei contratti del gruppo;

    -      Verifica della regolare tenuta delle registrazioni contabili con particolare riferimento alla normativa fiscale;

    -      Pianificazione fiscale

     

    La/Il candidata/o ideale ha un’esperienza pregressa di almeno 5 anni in ruolo analogo, in contesto aziendale mediamente strutturato e/o studio commercialista. Gradita l’esperienza in una struttura ospedaliera/sanitaria.

     

    E’ richiesta la Laurea in economia, ottima conoscenza del pacchetto Office; costituisce un titolo preferenziale l’approfondita conoscenza dell’ERP SAP.

     

    Caratteristiche aggiuntive che completano il profilo sono: problem solving, ottime capacità organizzative e di relazione interpersonale; flessibilità, orientamento al servizio ed eccellente capacità di lavorare in team con altre funzioni e ruoli.

     

     

    Le persone interessate, ambosessi (L. 903/77), possono inviare il proprio CV, corredato di autorizzazione al trattamento dei dati personali ai sensi del D.Lgs. 196/03, a: servizio.selezione@ieo.it citando il riferimento 2018SEL03

  • Addetto Training & Education

     Il Gruppo IEO, per i propri Ospedali IRCCS con sede a Milano, cerca una risorsa da inserire nel Servizio Training & Education.

     

    La risorsa inserita verrà coinvolta nelle seguenti attività:

    - progettazione ed organizzazione delle attività formative, scelta dei consulenti/formatori, contratti

    - progetti di sviluppo

    - E-learning

    - accreditamento ECM progetti formativi aziendali

    - reportistica relativa a: budget, costi, finanziamenti

    - organizzazione e gestione di eventi esterni: eventi scientifici, congressi, workshop, scuole, università, site visit

     La/Il candidata/o ideale è in possesso di Laurea in discipline umanistiche, preferibilmente con 4/5 anni di esperienza nel ruolo, interessata/o a crescere professionalmente in un contesto giovane e dinamico con alto potenziale di sviluppo.

    È indispensabile un’ottima conoscenza degli applicativi Office, con particolare riferimento ai programmi Excel e un’ottima conoscenza della lingua inglese.

     Completano il profilo: flessibilità, attitudine alla risoluzione dei problemi e proattività.

     Costituirà titolo preferenziale la pregressa esperienze in ambito sanitario e la buona conoscenza del gestionale INAZ HR.

     

     Le persone interessate, ambosessi (L. 903/77), possono inviare il proprio CV, corredato di autorizzazione al trattamento dei dati personali ai sensi del D.Lgs. 196/03, a: servizio.selezione@ieo.it citando il riferimento 2018SEL04

  • Oncologo - Divisione di Senologia Medica

    L’Istituto Europeo di Oncologia ricerca un Medico specializzato in Oncologia medica e interessato a lavorare all’interno della Divisione di Senologia Medica.

     

    Il/la candidato/a ideale, che riporta al Direttore di Divisione, è in possesso di laurea in Medicina e Chirurgia, specializzazione in Oncologia, iscrizione all’albo.

    È inoltre richiesta un’ottima conoscenza della lingua inglese.

     

    Il/la candidato/a ideale è motivato a garantire un’alta qualità terapeutica/assistenziale. Il ruolo richiede spirito di iniziativa in ambito scientifico e propensione al mantenimento di un buon clima di collaborazione tra le diverse figure professionali presenti nella Divisione.

     

     

    Si offre un contratto libero professionale.

     

    Gli interessati potranno inviare la propria candidatura mediante mail, allegando il cv aggiornato, al seguente indirizzo di posta elettronica:

    servizio.selezione@ieo.it - citando il rif. 2017SEL013

Consulta la bacheca delle offerte di borsa di studio qui di seguito:

  • PhD positions in Systems Medicine

    PhD positions in Systems Medicine
    Curriculum in: Molecular Oncology, Computational Biology, Bioethics & Cognitive sciences
    27 positions are available at IEO
     
    The PhD Program is run by the European School of Molecular Medicine (SEMM) in agreement with the University of Milan that acts as awarding body. It aims to train young and motivated researchers in the wide field of modern Biomedicine. Science covers virtually every aspect of modern Cell and Molecular Biology, from both the basic and applied research points of view, is highly multidisciplinary and is supported by know-how extending from functional genomics to developmental model systems.
     
    HOW TO APPLY
    Applications are now open with deadline 10 July 2018 2.00pm Italian time
    TO APPLY: www.semm.it/education

  • Postdoc Positions in Ovarian Cancer Stem Cell Biology

    Two postdoctoral fellowships are available within the Department of Experimental Oncology at the European Institute of Oncology in Milan, Italy, to study the molecular and functional properties of ovarian cancer stem cells. The project entails a collaboration between the Unit of Gynecological Oncology Research (Ugo Cavallaro) and the Laboratory of Stem Cell Epigenetics (Giuseppe Testa). Each postdoc will be affiliated with one of the two groups, profiting from unique experimental resources and leading expertise on human disease modeling and the computational deconvolution of cancer circuitries (Lupia et al, Stem Cell Reports 2018; Francavilla et al, Cell Reports 2017; Lupia and Cavallaro, Molecular Cancer 2017; Zecchini et al, EMBO Mol Med 2011; Germain and Testa Stem Cell Reports 2017; Germain et al. Nucleic Acids Research 2016; Signaroldi et al. Nature Communications 2016; Adamo et al. Nature Genetics 2015).

    We are looking for two highly motivated scientists willing to apply a wide range of cutting-edge cell and molecular biology techniques, including single-cell functional genomics as well as mouse models of tumorigenesis (including patient-derived xenografts) to define the molecular traits and the functional properties of ovarian cancer stem cells. We are looking for both experimental and computational biologists; scientists with a hybrid ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ background are particularly welcome.

    The project will profit from the close interaction with the Division of Gynecology and, hence, from the opportunity to investigate patient-specific experimental models of great clinical relevance.

     

    Requirements: PhD in any of the following disciplines: Molecular Biology, Cancer Biology, Bioinformatics/Computational biology/Informatics or Mathematics; strong motivation and research commitment; excellent analytical and organization skill;  ability to work in team and a strong propensity to interact with both fellow bioinformaticians and experimental biologists.

    For the experimental biology position, a solid background in molecular and cellular biology is essential, while previous experience with mouse models is a clear plus.

    For the computational biology position familiarity with data analysis programming (R, python) and unix environment for scientific computation is required, while previous experience in developing analytical pipelines and in integrating omics datasets is a clear plus. Object-oriented programming skills will be highly considered.

    Competitive salaries will depend on the candidate’s track record and experience.

    The operating language of the lab is English.

    The positions are for one year renewable up to three years.

     

    How to apply:

    Applicants should send their CV along with a brief motivation cover letter together with the name and contact details of two/three references to Ugo Cavallaro at ugo.cavallaro@ieo.it or Giuseppe Testa at giuseppe.testa@ieo.it.

     

     

    Envisioned starting date: September/October 2018.

  • Postdoctoral research fellow

    Nature of Work:

    Prof. Pier Paolo Di Fiore's lab is now recruiting for a full-time postdoctoral research fellow position that is immediately available within the Molecular Carcinogenesis and Stem Cell Biology Laboratory located at the European Institute of Oncology in Milan. The projects address how homeostasis of the stem cell compartments is maintained through the balance of quiescence and proliferation and the coordinated execution of asymmetric/symmetric self-renewing divisions, and how subversion of these mechanisms is involved in cancer. The basic aims are to mechanistically dissect how polarity of stem cells and cell fate choice, cancer and cancer metastasis are linked using genetics and live imaging approaches in both human and mouse in vivo or ex-vivo model systems. The ultimate goal is to translate basic findings into human disease settings (Pece S. et al., Cell 2010; Tosoni D. et al. JCB 2015; Tosoni D. et al. EMBO Mol Med. 2017).

    There will be an emphasis in:

    • Purification of stem cells from human/mouse normal and tumor tissues, in particular breast tissue;
    • Generation of  animal models to study normal and tumor cancer stem cell biology in vivo;
    • Generation of patient-derived animal models; 
    • Processing and management of patient tissue samples (normal and tumor tissues) obtained from the clinical setting.

     

    Examples of Work Performed, Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    The research will require knowledge in stem cell biology as well as experience in animal models. Highlights: in vivo, and/or cell imaging expertise will be highly valued.

    Specific duties include: cell line maintenance, in vitro efficacy testing of drugs, proliferation testing, protein/mRNA/DNA extraction, data processing and analysis; in vivo model generation, cell line implantation, animal treatment, support for animal xenograft models, animal imaging, necropsy and tissue harvesting, and execution of molecular assays for tumor cell proliferation and metastasis; cancer stem cell isolation and analysis, gene interference and stable colony generation; cell culture, biochemistry and molecular biology assays. Participation in research meetings, case conferences, team meetings, weekly individual supervision. Completes all necessary research recordkeeping and documentation and timely data entry. 

    Qualifications:

    We invite applications from highly motivated and dynamics individuals holding 

     a PhD degree in Biology, Chemistry or other related disciplines. Proven research 

     

    skills (publication track) as well as good communication skills (in English) are essential. 

     The successful candidate is expected to have experience  

    with research laboratory animals, working knowledge using a wide range of molecular and cellular biology techniques. Prior experience with techniques for the isolation, 

     

    maintenance and characterization of murine and/or human stem cells is a definite plus.

    Please submit your completed application, including your CV, a short statement of research background/interests and two reference letters to dr. Daniela Tosoni (daniela.tosoni@ieo.it)

  • Stage - International Patient Office

    The European Institute of Oncology, Institute for Hospitalization and Health Care Research based in Milan, is looking for a talented individual to become an Intern in the Marketing Department - International Office.

    In a dynamic environment, you will have the opportunity to deepen your knowledge and develop new skills in the international arena.

    You will be mainly involved in communication activities on social networks, newsletter management, constant review of the IEO website, contents editing and updating, and support for institutional communication activities. You will be required to provide support for both the International Customer Service, managing international patients, providing them with information on the Institute and on additional services offered (eg. cultural mediation, documentation for the visa, hotel reservation ...), and the  Marketing to international markets, by creating reports, organizing events for foreign delegations and managing contracts.

     

    If you have an advanced mastery in the use of the main office automation tools (Word, Excel, Power Point) and you're passionate about the web world, if you have problem solving attitude, a strong propensity to teamwork, good communication skills and you work with perseverance and determination, do not miss the opportunity to become part of our team at the  European Institute of Oncology.

     

    Ideally, you’ll possess a native-speaker knowledge of English, fluency in Russian and an excellent knowledge of the social world.

    If you feel that you have adequate motivation and a real interest in the proposal, you can submit your CV, (which should include authorization to the processing of personal data pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 196/03), to:

    servizio.selezione@ieo.it , stating reference 11BOR004

     

    The research is open to all candidates, irrespective of sex (Law 903/77 and Law 125/91)

  • Junior computer scientist/bioinformatician

     We are looking for a junior computer scientist/bioinformatician to join the bioinformatics unit at the European Institute of Oncology in Milan (IEO).
     
    The bioinformatics unit is responsible for the management of the bioinformatics platform, including several web applications (LIMS, WPS), and is working directly with the other technological units and research groups. The research background of the center is primarily next generation sequencing (RNA-seq, ChIP-seq, scRNA-seq, etc.), but extends also to proteomics, crystallography, imaging, etc.
     
    The selected candidate will consolidate our team for the development and maintenance of the bioinformatics resources, and will have the opportunity to support the research groups in setting new tools and pipelines.
     
    Place of employment and work
     
    The candidate will be located at the Department of Experimental Oncology of the European Institute of Oncology in Milan (Italy), one of Europe’s leading research institutes in biomedical research, where he/she will also interact with one of the largest computational biology communities in Italy
     
    Requirements:
     
    The candidate should have a good knowledge of the UNIX system and good programing skills (bash, R, python, java). Background in bioinformatics would be preferred. Additional experience with containers (docker, singularity),  grid computing, web frameworks, continuous integrations will be appreciated.
    For further info or to arrange an informal interview, please write to arnaud.ceol@ieo.it

  • technical research assistant position

    A technical research assistant position is available from September 2018 in the Crystallography Unit of the Department of Experimental Oncology to work on recombinant multi-subunit macromolecular complex reconstitution and biochemical characterisation.
    The ideal candidate has a Master degree in Chemistry, Biotechnology or Biology, with strong interest in biochemistry and structural biology.
    We are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated person, with good organisational and relational skills, and a basic knowledge of English.

    The recruited fellow will be integrated in the Crystallography Unit of the Department of Experimental Oncology , a core Unit devoted to support the scientific groups in developing the biochemical/structural biology aspects of their projects. She/he will work in the laboratories at the IFOM-IEO Campus and will receive scientific and technical training, including theoretical and practical courses.
     
    The fellowship will be initially for one year with possible extensions.
     
    Potential applicants are encouraged to contact Dr. Sebastiano Pasqualato, sending a brief description of interests and a CV to sebastiano.pasqualato@ieo.it

  • Flow Citometry Technician

     

    OPEN POSITIONS:

    FLOW CITOMETRY TECHNICIAN

     

    The European Institute of Oncology is one of Europe’s most influential cancer research institutes. The IEO operates as a Comprehensive Cancer Center, linking fundamental and applied research to clinical activities, patient care and clinical trials. The Department of Experimental Oncology (DEO) is currently composed of ~250 scientists working in 15 independent research groups and units. DEO is located within a scientific campus together with two other partner institutions: the FIRC Institute of Molecular Oncology (IFOM) and the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT). The IEO is one of the 13 members of the EU-LIFE alliance to promote excellence in life sciences in Europe.

    The IEO has recently created a Flow Cytometry functional unit, and is now seeking candidates to potentiate this activity. We are seeking for a junior scientist with experience in flow cytometry to join the activity of the newly formed Flow Cytometry Unit of the department of Experimental Oncology at IEO.

    The candidates should have experience with flow cytometry techniques including sample preparation. Candidates should also have demonstrated ability in using both analyzers and cell sorters, as well as in the analysis of flow cytometry data

     

    IEO is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity.

    Applications should be sent to: simona.ronzoni@ieo.it including a CV with a brief description of intents. This call has an open deadline; applications will be examined until the relevant position will be filled.

  • Bioinformatic post doctoral position

    BIONFORMATIC POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW POSITION

     

    One bioinformatic post doctoral position, associated with a three-year fellowship (1+2), is now available in the Proteomics Unit at the Department of Experimental Oncology, IEO, Milan, starting Sept/Oct 2018. The Proteomics Unit is primarily dedicated to Mass Spectrometry (MS)-based quantiative proteomics studies applied to the investgiation of molecular oncology mechanisms and has as a long-term focus the development of an innovative anaytical platform for clinical proteomics, in close collaboration with the Nuclear Proteomics Research group directed by Tiziana Bonaldi.

     

    The laboratory is located in the Department of Experimental Oncology of the European Institute of Oncology (IEO), a Comprehensive Cancer Center that couples cancer treatment of fundamental and applied research, based on state-of-the-art research laboratories and clinical facilities, fully equipped, relying on dedicated and trained personnel.

     

    We are seeking a highly motivated young scientist, with strong bioinformatics skills and a publication (in peer-reviewed journals) record of accomplishment. The candidate will work in the Proteomics Unit, to generate high-quality quantitative data and integrate and analyze -omics datasets, working as part of a team, but independently with limited supervision.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Apply computational methods and develop tools to analyse proteomic (MS) data and contribute to interprete the results, in order to discern clinical or biological insights
    • Think independently about new results and communicate new ideas to the team frequently and effectively
    • Collaborate with others members of the Unit and of the Research Group to develop new methods and tools that support research objectives
    • Prepare, deliver presentations; communicate his/her results through manuscripts/abstracts, etc
    • Programming skills (Python, R, Perl  preferable)
    • Proficiency with Unix/Linux operating system
    • Ability to think independently about new results, and formulate novel and testable hypotheses to obtain information on clinical or biological insights
    • Ability to read and critically evaluate scientific literature related to team projects
    • Good English level
    • The familiarity with MS fundamentals and associated data (discovery and targeted LC-MS) will be considered as a plus, but it is not a pre-requisite for consideration.

    REQUIREMENTS

     

    Salary scale will be defined, based on the seniority and expertise of the candidate.

     

    Candidates will send an email with their CV, accompanied by a motivation letter and two references, to tiziana.bonaldi@ieo.it

  • Technical research assistant positions

    Two technical research assistant positions are available from October 2018 in the “Preclinical Drug Testing” Technological Unit of the Department of Experimental Oncology of the European Institute of Oncology (IEO), to work in close connection with the scientific groups to set-up and optimize existing and novel in vivo models (murine PDX, xenografts, syngeneic models) for drug treatment of cancer.

    The “Preclinical Drug Testing” is a new Technological Unit of the Department of Experimental Oncology, devoted to support the scientific groups in developing preclinical models of cancer therapy.


    The ideal candidates have a Master degree in Pharmacology, Biotechnology, Veterinary or Biology, with strong interest in preclinical murine models of cancer and cancer therapy. Previous experience in murine models of cancer is a positive element for the selection of the candidate(s).
    We are looking for enthusiastic, motivated people, with good organizational and relational skills, and a basic knowledge of English. They will work in the IEO research laboratories located in Milan, mainly performing in vivo and ex-vivo experiments in the mouse. They will receive scientific and technical training, including theoretical and practical courses.
     
    The fellowship will be initially for one year with possible extensions.
     
    Potential applicants are encouraged to contact Dr. Saverio Minucci, sending a brief description of interests and a CV to saverio.minucci@ieo.it

  • IEO Clinical TechnoShots - Technical Research Assistant Positions

    IEO Clinical TechnoShots - Technical Research Assistant Positions

     

    Five technical research assistant positions are immediately available to support the development of the IEO Clinical TechnoShots Program within the department of Experimental Oncology. TechnoShots aim at developing and establishing cutting-edge technological knowhow to address major molecular challenges in cancer research. We are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated person, with good organizational and relational skills, and a basic knowledge of English. The ideal candidates should have interests in the areas of genomics, transcriptomics, quantitative proteomics, cell biology and or pre-clinical models.

     

    The European Institute of Oncology is one of Europe’s most influential cancer research institutes. The IEO operates as a Comprehensive Cancer Center, linking fundamental and applied research to clinical activities, patient care and clinical trials. The department of Experimental Oncology (DEO) is currently composed of ~250 scientists working in 15 independent research groups and units. DEO is located within a scientific campus together with two other partner institutions: the FIRC Institute of Molecular Oncology (IFOM) and the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT). The IEO is one of the 13 members of the EU-LIFE alliance to promote excellence in life sciences in Europe.

     

    IEO is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity.

     

    Applicants should contact Prof. Pier Giuseppe Pelicci, sending an e-mail with a brief description of interests and a CV at: piergiuseppe.pelicci@ieo.it. Please make sure to use the following text as subject of your e-mail: TechnoShots Application NAME SURNAME

     

    This call has an open deadline; applications will be examined until the relevant positions will be filled.

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