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University of Connecticut - Facilities Scientist 2

The University of Connecticut Proteomics and Metabolomics Facility (UConn PMF, https://proteomics.uconn.edu) is hiring a Facilities Scientist 2 to assist the Facility Director with quantitative proteomics and metabolomics analysis using advanced mass spectrometry instrumentation and leading bioinformatics software.  The PMF opened in 2017 as the University of Connecticut’s first proteomics-focused and full service core facility, and is housed administratively within the Center for Open Research Resources and Equipment (https://core.uconn.edu).  The laboratory exists to provide fully customized analysis to more than 70 faculty across multiple UConn campuses and at other regional academic and industry research institutions.  The position will be a full-time appointment and will provide a unique opportunity to work in a rapidly growing and highly productive core facility at a large research university currently ranked in the top 25 of all public universities in the U.S.  The diverse research community at UConn participates in both basic science and clinical research that provides opportunities for a wide variety of innovative proteomics and metabolomics analysis.

For more details, and to apply, visit:

https://jobs.uconn.edu/en-us/job/494369/facilities-scientist-2

University of Colorado - Boulder - COSINC Facility Manager

The Colorado Shared Instrumentation in Nanofabrication and Characterization (COSINC), within the College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) encourages applications for a Facility Manager. COSINC is a multidisciplinary core research campus facility and service center that provides access to state-of-the-art equipment in the areas of micro and nanofabrication, nanomaterials characterization and offers expertise and advanced hands-on training in the same related areas. It is an open-research facility serving the academic, industrial and governmental researchers across campus and beyond. Plans are underway to build new facilities, including an ISO 5/6 cleanroom equipped with a wide range of instrumentation ranging from etchers, thin-film deposition systems, lithography, mask making tools to wet-processing capabilities and sample characterization instruments.
 
COSINC is looking to hire a motivated Facility Manager (Senior Professional Research Assistant) to be part of a cross-functional team to assist in the cleanroom operations and contribute to the mission of the facility. This position provides opportunities to interact with a growing and diverse user base (from CU system, local companies, and federal labs) and make contributions to our cleanroom operations and instrumentation maintenance so that they are kept to the highest possible standards. This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing team and make impactful contributions in enabling a broad range of research areas at CU.
 

Brown University - Postdoctoral Research Associate

The Department of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, and Biochemistry at Brown University is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate to join the laboratory of Prof. Arthur Salomon. The successful candidate will join a collaborative cross-disciplinary team focused on the analysis of a variety of T cell signaling pathways by an array of quantitative proteomic methods in mass spectrometry. The successful candidate is required to have a recent Ph.D. in immunology, biochemistry, chemistry, or related fields with a track record of publication in peer-reviewed journals and excellent verbal and written English skills.  Experience in immune cell signaling, mass spectrometry proteomics, or mouse models of immune cell signaling is not required but would be a plus. Brown University is an EEO/AA employer and encourages applications from minorities and women. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled or the search is closed. Please apply via Interfolio.

Link: https://apply.interfolio.com/74349

Calico - Scientist, Single Cell Genomics

Calico is seeking an experienced NGS scientist with a particular passion for single cell and spatial transcriptomics technology. As a member of our Genomics group your results will directly contribute to Calico’s long-term mission of positively impacting human healthspan and lifespan. 

In this role you will act as a technical domain expert for single cell and spatial transcriptomics technology at Calico, ensuring that we have access to technology that is state-of-the-art or beyond. 

Link: https://www.calicolabs.com/careers/?gh_jid=4300351002&gh_src=08236e5f2

Contact: samantha@calicolabs.com

Calico - Scientist, Proteomics

Calico is seeking an experienced Scientist to join the mass spectrometry proteomics group. To succeed, you will need to be an enthusiastic team player, detail-oriented, organized and comfortable working on complex problems. The work will involve a multiple mass spectrometry based analyses including investigation of post-translational modifications. You will work with many different sample types, optimize and develop sample preparation and mass spectrometry methods, and be responsible for various research projects. The position will also involve working on collaboration projects as part of the proteomics core. The position is ideal for someone who excels at wet lab but also has some computational biology training.

Link: https://www.calicolabs.com/careers/?gh_jid=4455674002&gh_src=bf2e86352

Contact: samantha@calicolabs.com

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center - Business Manager

The Office of Core Facilities at MSK is seeking a self-directed leader to join  their management team as the Business Manager for Sloan-Kettering Institute's Core Facilities, and manage the overall financial operations for Core Facilities.

 The Business Manager for Sloan-Kettering Institute's Core Facilities and manages financial operations related to  billing processes and rate development,  for Core Facilities. You will partner with Director, Core Facilities Operations, Research and Technology Management (RTM) staff, IT staff, and Core Laboratory Managers and Directors as appropriate, to plan and implement new programmatic initiatives affecting Core Facility billing processes and compliance. As a self-directed professional, this role serves as principal resource for cores for billing related processes and issues.

Link: https://externaltalent-mskcc.icims.com/jobs/39171/business-manager%2c-core-facilities/job?mode=view

Staff Scientist - National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)

The Division of Intramural Research of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), National Institutes of Health (NIH), Research Triangle Park (RTP), North Carolina is recruiting a Staff Scientist for a Metabolomics Lead within the Mass Spectrometry Research and Support Group. The NIEHS is located in the Research Triangle Park, a world renowned academic research center in North Carolina. 

 The Mass Spectrometry Research and Support Group (MSRSG) is a centralized, shared research resource that provides expert consultation and access to state-of-the-art mass spectrometry technologies through collaborations and support to the scientific and clinical investigators within the Institute. This facility is a discrete unit and has dedicated personnel, equipment, and space for operations. 

 

Penn State Erie - Research Core Facilities Coordinator

February 21, 2020 - The Behrend College seeks a Research Core Facilities Coordinator to oversee and coordinate activities of core research instrumentation in the college. Reporting to the Associate Dean for Research, this position will manage the day-to-day operations of laboratory instrumentation shared among the schools of science and engineering, train faculty and students to operate instrumentation and collaborate with faculty members to conduct experiments in support of their research. Key Responsibilities include: oversee and coordinate activities of shared research instrumentation; develop and implement standard policies and procedures integral to the management and operation of shared instrumentation; oversee the management of instrument-related materials, including monitoring cost effectiveness; train users in equipment operation and laboratory techniques, explain and demonstrate technology and equipment capabilities, operations, limitations and outcomes; responsible for the operation of microscopic imaging instrumentation as well as related data analysis for selected research projects; consult with users to refine or adapt methodologies to fit specific experimental requirements and collaborate in the development of new techniques; manage budgets for shared instrumentation upkeep and end-of-life replacement; develop and manage shared instrumentation user processes, including scheduling and user fee accounting; maintain external research relationships to identify and develop new funding sources; contribute to technical proposal preparation and/or presentations; troubleshoot operational issues and develop action plans to resolve; collaborate with investigators and administration on significant operational issues/barriers; actively promote safety for students, faculty and co-workers; may co-author or author publications and may co-present results with Principal Investigator at meetings and/or conferences; assist in acquiring research funding including writing grant proposals. Applicants must have a Master's or Ph.D. (preferred) in science or engineering; 5+ years' experience in the use of wide variety of lab techniques, research equipment and research related software, including experience in the use of microscopic imaging technologies. Excellent organizational skills, attention to detail; excellent written and oral communication skills. A proven ability to communicate effectively with faculty and students in a variety of disciplines. 

To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of major research instrumentation that you have used in the past three years, indicating frequency of use. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Apply online at https://apptrkr.com/1820244

University of Nebraska-Lincoln – Bioinformatician, Core

The Bioinformatics Core Research Facility, part of the Center for Biotechnology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is seeking an enthusiastic bioinformatician / computational biologist for our team. The Core participates in a wide variety of Life Sciences projects, mostly dealing with sequencing data resulting from agricultural study subjects. Beside having bioinformatics skills, we are looking for someone who has good client-oriented interpersonal and organizational skills.

Link:https://employment.unl.edu/postings/68247

Harvard Medical School - Flow Cytometry Core Manager

Position open for a Flow Cytometry Core Manager in the Department of Immunology at Harvard Medical School. This Flow Cytometry Facility actively participates in exciting research projects across multiple departments, and operates cutting-edge instruments for flow analysis and sorting. We are looking for a team player with strong cytometry as well as organizational and interpersonal skills who will work closely with facility staff and the dozens of scientists who use the Facility.

Link: https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/home/HomeWithPreLoad?PageType=JobDetails&partnerid=25240&siteid=5341&jobid=1489338#jobDetails=1489338_5341

Vanderbilt University Medical Center - Innovative Translational Research Shared Resource - Research Assistant II, Core

The Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center Innovative Translational Research Shared Resource (ITR) is seeking an experienced Research Assistant to support translational cancer research studies focused in immune-oncology. 

This individual will conduct a variety of experiments in a highly collaborative environment with clinical and basic science investigators, other Vanderbilt Shared Resources, and companies. Responsibilities include data analysis and the development of new and optimization of existing protocols for novel technologies. The individual will also assist in day-to-day problem solving, equipment maintenance, and researcher training in technologies/protocols. Experience in flow cytometry and/or imaging is desired, but not required

To apply, visit (requisition # 1913365): https://vanderbilt.taleo.net/careersection/.vu_cs/jobsearch.ftl 

The Ohio State University - Genomics Shared Resource - Research Associate 2

Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center Genomics Shared Resource Research Specialist

The OSU CCC Genomics Shared Resource seeks a Research Scientist to support next-generation sequencing services, work with OSU CCC investigators, supervise and train staff, and develop and optimize protocols for cutting-edge technology and services.

Link: https://wexnermedical.osu.edu/careers/current-openings
Under all openings search for requisition #457026.

University of Rochester Medical Center - Staff Scientist

The Genomics Research Center (GRC) at University of Rochester Medical Center is looking for a highly motivated and creative Sr. Bioinformatics Research Scientist to develop and apply innovative analytical approaches in the area of genomics. You will collaborate with University of Rochester and Wilmot Cancer Institute investigators to analyze data such as single-cell genomics, bulk RNA-seq, DNA methylation, CUT&RUN/CUT&TAG, ChIP-seq, ATAC-Seq, microbiome, virome, and microRNA-Seq to understand cancer cell biology, help the investigators prepare manuscripts and grant applications. You will also lead the evaluation of published bioinformatics tools and develop the optimized pipelines to share with the research community at University of Rochester.

To apply, email CV and cover letter to:  john_ashton@urmc.rochester.edu 

Wayne State University - Director, Genome Sciences Core Resource Center

The Director, Genome Sciences Core Resource Center will report to the Assistant Vice President for Integrated Biosciences and will provide scientific and managerial leadership to integrate strategic focus areas with institutional priorities including perinatology, molecular medicine, genetics, cancer and environmental sciences. The Director will be expected to stimulate and facilitate inter-disciplinary collaborations anchored in the application of contemporary genomics technologies and provide the research and clinical community with access to advanced instrumentation.

For more details, and to apply, visit:

https://jobs.wayne.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=561249

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