The position involves performance of experiments and the organization and maintenance of labs in the Renal-Electrolyte Division. Candidates will be expected to execute biological techniques to study kidney disease development. These experiments will involve both cell culture and animals (rodents), with preparation of samples for histological and molecular analyses such as western blotting and PCR. Responsibilities will also include maintenance of a mouse or rat breeding colony, purchasing of supplies and the overall organization and management of the lab and the training of researchers/students/volunteers joining the lab or seeking collaborations as determined by supervisor. Some divisional responsibilities will be shared along with other research individuals as deemed necessary and reasonable by direct supervisor. A BS degree and previous experience in the above is preferred, but not required. Looking for motivated and enthusiastic applicants.
Bachelor's degree and less than 1 year of experience
Assignment Category: Fulltime-Regular
Job Classification: Staff.Research.II
Minimum Education Level Required: Baccalaureate
Minimum Experience Level Required: Less than 1 year experience
Work Schedule: 8:30-5:00 M-F
Hiring Range: $20,904.00 - $32,760.00
Relocation Offered: No
Visa Sponsorship Provided: No
Background Check: For position finalists, employment with the University will require successful completion of a background check
Child Protection Clearances: Not Applicable
Required Documents: Resume
Internal Number: 19006753
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