Postdoctoral Mobile Research Station of Chemistry Discipline of NWU

The postdoctoral mobile research station of chemistry discipline of NWU was authorized by the national postdoctorate management committee in Feb 1995. Now It has postdoctoral fellows enrollment of 10 researchers.

Here are some Conditions we provide for Postdoctoral Fellows:

The salary treatment

1.Direct payment
Monetary salary (set by the host institution) RMB /month. The salary will be paid monthly with RMB from the day of starting work to the expiration of the contract. In case the time is shorter than a whole month, the payment shall be counted by day. The daily wage shall be 1/30 of the monthly salary (the same with February). No more than 70% of the salary can be changed into foreign currencies monthly. The employed party shall pay the personal income tax in accord with the Personal Income Tax Law of The People’s Republic of China.

2. Indirect payment
The employing party will guarantee the fundamental living conditions for the employed party in China:
1) Providing lodging with furniture, bedding, telephone, television, refrigerator, toilet, heating and cooling facilities. (The lodging provided to the party whose employment term is longer than half a year (or one semester) shall be equipped with a kitchen.)
2) Providing free medical care. (The employing party shall pay all the medical cost for the employed party. Considering the current salary level of the foreign cultural and educational experts working in China and the medical care fees charged by Chinese hospitals for foreigners, there does exist conditions for them to cover part of the medical care expenses.) The employed party should receive medical treatment in the hospital foreigners appointed by the employing party, otherwise, the expenses shall be covered by the employed party. Expenses for registration, transportation for medical care, tooth inlaying, face lifting, massage, glasses, meals in hospital, tonics not for medical purpose, and doctor’s house calls shall be covered by the employed party.
3) Providing transportation to and from work or providing proper transportation allowance for the employed party whose work place is far from residence.
4) International air ticket (international economy class air ticket for the nearest distance between China and the country of the employed party)
5) Luggage transportation expenses (if by air transport, the expenses shall be calculated by separate transportation for 24 kilograms, not by that of accompanying transportation. Alternatively, the expenses can also be paid to the employed party with 1/5 of the international air ticket price in RMB (roughly equivalent to the expenses for separate transportation of 24 kilograms). Since airlines between China and the U.S. stipulate to carry two large pieces of luggage of 64 kilograms for free, the employed party from theUnited States may not bear the luggage transportation expenses.

Work Time, Rest and Holidays

1. The work time of the employed party shall be 8 hours every day, and 5 days every week.

2. If the host institution arranges overtime work for the party employed, it will pay the employed party a salary higher than that normal work time according to legal standard.

3. The party employed is entitled to the following holidays and festivals in China:
New Year’s Day, Spring Festival, May Day, National Day and other holidays stipulated by laws and regulations.

4. The party employed is entitled to the following festivals and holidays corresponding to their nationalities and religions:
Two days for Christmas, three days for Corban, one day for Lesser Bairam and one day for Water-splashing Festival.

5. The party employed is entitled to the paid annual vacation. Employed party under one year contract is entitled to a four week paid vacation. Employed party in educational institution under one academic year contract is entitled to a paid (winter or summer) vacation.

6. As a rule the party employed is supposed to work inChina not longer than 5 continuous years. The next employment in China should be two years after.

 Sick leave and private affairs leave

1. Certificate from doctors for foreigners appointed by the host institution should be presented when the employed party asks for sick leave. If the sick leaves amount to less than 30 days within one contract term (one year or one academic year), the party employed shall be paid with 100% of the salary. In case the leaves exceed 30 days, the host institution has the right to terminate the contract, or, if the contract is not terminated, the 70% of the salary will be paid until the normal work is resumed.
During the term of the contract, the medical care expenses of the employed party in the hospital foreigners appointed by the local government during business errands shall be paid by the host institution; the medical expenses incurred during private travels shall be covered by the employed party.
During the term of the contract, medical expenses incurred in Taiwan province, Hong Kong SAR, Macao SAR and places outside China will be covered by the employed party.

2. Private affairs leave of the employed party shall be approved by the host institution. The host institution will deduct the salary by day. In the contract term (one year or one academic year), the private affairs leaves should not exceed 10 days. The continuous private affairs leave shall be no more than 3 days, and two days’ salary will be deducted for each day thereafter.
In case of absence from work without the host institution’s permission, 3 days’ salary will be deducted for each day absent. For serious circumstances, the host institution has the right to terminate the contract and investigate the liability of the employed party for violation of the contract.


The Probation period of the Contract and the Credit Bail

1. The probation period of the employed party shall be 60 days. In the probation period, if the host institution finds out that the employed party is unfit for the assignment specified in the contract for reasons of health or professional ability, it has the right to terminate the contract.

2. The employed party that is engaged through self-recommendation or others’ introduction shall pay a certain amount of credit bail (600 $ to 1,000 $, or that set by the host institution) before entering China so as to prove his/her good faith for employment. The host institution shall handle the formalities for the employed party to enter China after receiving the bail. The bail shall be returned to the employed party as the employment ends.Where the host institution provides the employed party with the international air ticket to China, the employed party may purchase the ticket by him/herself (with the traveling expenses as the credit bail), and the expenses will be reimbursed before the expiration of the contract.

Please contact us for more information.

address: No. 229 North Taibai Road,Xi’an,Shaanxi Province,China
Code: 7006872
Phone: +86-029-88302805
Fax: +86-029-88302604




Wang, Yaoyu

Prof. Wang’s group has five teachers and fifteen graduate students. The research interests of the group mainly focus on the functional coordination chemistry and materials chemistry.

The group has started to explore a totally new field about molecular braid, synthesized the first case of novel [4]-crossing catenane coordination polymer, and found the catalyst of decarboxylation in the in situ reaction.