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www.embl.de
Heidelberg, Bade-Wurtemberg (Allemagne)
De 1 001 à 5 000 employés
1973
Entreprise cotée en bourse
Biotechnologies et pharmaceutique
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    Je travaille chez EMBL à temps partiel (Plus de 3 ans)

    Avantages

    travail dans une oi, personnel super ouvert et super intéressant

    Inconvénients

    Trop de stress, trop peu de personnel pour trop de travail

    Conseils à la direction

    Plus d'employés dans l'administration seraient nécessaires

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Entretiens chez EMBL

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    Entretien de PhD Student

    Employé anonyme - Grenoble
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    Candidature

    J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 4 jours. J'ai passé un entretien à EMBL (Grenoble) en juillet 2018.

    Entretien

    I interviewed at the EMBL outstation in Grenoble.
    The entire process was in English. You have to have a good grasp of the English language and be able to explain your research in English as easily as possible. If I have one piece of advice for anyone trying to interview here - have your 3-minute elevator pitch ready for what your Master's project was about and what the biological relevance is, and make sure it is in English. You will have to explain it a lot of different times, and if you have it studied and you don't stumble, it will make a great first impression.
    The interview process at EMBL involves a two-step process, where in the first step, a panel of group leaders from a number of EMBL locations will ask you about your background and some basic scientific questions, which (at least in my case) were relevant to the research I was doing. Because I worked on kinases, the majority of questions they asked were in relation to it, as well as the interests I expressed in my application. If you pass this test, you will proceed to the next tier where you get to meet the different group leaders that are recruiting and learn about the projects they have on offer. The second stage involves another 30-minute interview with the recruiting group leaders, as well as another group leader that is not currently hiring, and it is a back and forth where they get to ask you questions and you get to ask them whatever it is you want to know.

    I was pretty set on one specific project and voiced my interest in his work in my online application. My background fit very well with the work he was doing, and I had the impression that all of the group leaders spent some time with the applications and already had a basic understanding of the backgrounds of all the applicants prior to meeting us.

    Questions d'entretien d'embauche

    • What do kinases do, and what family of proteins do the reverse of kinases?   1 réponse
    • Name a regulatory mechanism that phosphorylation and dephosphorylation is involved in   1 réponse
    • What kinds of resolutions would you need to perform structure-based drug discovery?   1 réponse
    • What kinds of resolutions can be achieved from Cryo-EM in a best case scenario?   1 réponse
    • I saw that you did a lot of ecological work during your undergraduate studies, why the change to structural biology?   1 réponse
    • What cellular processes is ubiquitylation involved in?   1 réponse
    • If you had the choice between working on a project that is highly competitive, but if you get to publish, it will be a high-impact paper, or a lower-risk project that will most likely result in a low-impact paper, which one would you choose?   1 réponse
    • Some people look for creative people who know how to minimize unnecessary labor, while others look for people who don't complain and just get the work done, no questions asked. Which one would you consider yourself as?   1 réponse
    • If you run into problems with your project, after how many failed attempts to do you approach your superior for advice?   1 réponse
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