Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
Operate and maintain various mass spectrometer instrument including an Orbitrap Fusion Lumos ETD mass spectrometer with IRMPD. Designing research methods that are compatible with current research projects; develop, maintain and manage procedures and protocols for the use of the instrument; maintenance and repair, including diagnosis, trouble-shooting, and repair of electronic and mechanical problems with equipment; act as the main conduit between University and instrument manufacturer.
Data and chemical samples analysis using a variety of techniques including Electrospray, MALDI, electron impact ionizatoin, chemical ionization, and GC/MS; utilize customer software to operate the instrument; analyze data; provide insight on how to best achieve desired results; write and collaborate on manuscripts and publications based on results.
Train new users (faculty/research fellows/graduate students/undergraduate students) on the operation of the mass spectrometers including the Orbitrap Fusion Lumos ETD instrument for "hand-on" use; consult with users on proper sample preparation; oversight and enforcement of contamination protocols; manage usage schedule and allotment of time on the instrument; responsible for the recharge billing and monthly financial reporting.
PhD in mass spectrometry with 1 to 3 years working experience in proteomics and other biomolecular analysis, including skills in liquid chromatography/nanoflow liquid chromatography, mass spectrometry instrumentation, and bioinformatics. Demonstrated ability to interact professionally with a diverse group of students, faculty and staff by providing a high-level of customer service is essential. Ability to work independently in a collaborative environment. Extensive experience using Microsoft Office and a general knowledge of shared computing environments and financial reporting/oversight. Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills are necessary.
Previous experience working with lasers, small molecule quantification, hydrogen/deuterium exchange, native mass spectrometry, and ion mobility spectrometry.
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