The Department of Immunology is seeking a Research Technician in the Gottschalk laboratory.
A major focus of the Gottschalk lab is tuning of macrophages signaling and function, in the context of age and tissue-specific stimuli.
This full-time position will involve work with mice and lab techniques including cell culture, qPCR analysis, high content imaging, and flow cytometry. The incumbent will be expected to collaboratively contribute to ongoing projects.
Equivalent experience or Associate of Science degree in chemistry, biology or other basic science. Research experience with mice or cell culture, as well experience with and lab techniques such as qPCR analysis, imaging, or flow cytometry is desired. Equivalent Relevant Work Experience may be substituted for degree requirement and Vice-Versa.
The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality of opportunity, human dignity and diversity. EOE, including disability/vets
Assignment Category: Fulltime-Regular
Job Classification: Staff.Research.II
Minimum Education Level Required: Associate
Minimum Experience Level Required: Less than 1 year experience
Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m
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
Optional Documents: Cover Letter
Internal Number: 20000498
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