The Institutes are in partnerships with a number of universities and national and international companies, which give students the opportunity to work across disciplines and organisations.
There are currently more than 500 research students from all over the world working across the National Institutes of Bioscience. They make a vital contribution to the Institutes’ reputation and their input is highly valued; this is reflected in the high percentage of students authoring quality research papers and pursuing research careers after graduation.
The National Institutes of Bioscience’s commitment to training and professional development extends to their staff. By providing flexible and tailored skills-training, access to experts from other disciplines and opportunities for outreach, enterprise and innovation, both staff and students are able to further their career in and out of the academic environment.
The National Institutes of Bioscience’s prestigious Athena SWAN awards recognise the Institutes as being an excellent employer for women in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM), and are testament to the Institutes’ mission to advance equality and diversity.
For current vacancies at the National Institutes of Bioscience please check the following links:
Latest vacancies at the Institutes
- Chair in subjects related to Global Agriculture and Food Security
- Senior Lecturer in subjects related to Global Agriculture and Food Security
- Lecturer in subjects related to Global Agriculture and Food Security
- Contracts Team Administrator
- Post-Doctoral Research Scientist
- Subsidiaries Accountant
- Front of House Coordinator
- Wheat Breeding Technician
- Scientific Technician