Research Support - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Â The Manager, Molecular Pathology Core will manage all aspects of the Molecular Pathology Core, and participate in planning and executing biomedical research.Â Responsibilities of the position include the following:Â
Prepare, process, embed, section and stain histological samples accurately and precisely to provide a reliable product for data acquisition.Â
Plan, execute and optimize experiments using a variety of histological, histochemical and immunolabeling techniques for sophisticated analysis using light and electron microscopy.
Consult with, train and supervise employees of the Molecular Pathology Core; undergraduate, graduate and medical students; post-doctoral fellows; primary investigators; and research staff regarding effective experimental design and proper use of research equipment and chemicals.
Establish protocols including those for non-routine and difficult to handle samples.
Manage core budgetary expenditures, and monitor spending trends.Â Delegate tasks to employees of the core and supervise work.Â
Research new techniques, protocols, experimental tools and equipment to enhance the effectiveness and accuracy of experimental design.Â
Maintain a core user calendar system and database and billing records for services rendered.
Required: BA/BS in Biology or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Preferred: Masterâ™s Degree
5 years of research experience
Experience in histotechnology preferred; experience in immunohistochemistry, immunofluorescence and a variety of microscopy techniques.Â Electron microscopy experience desired.
Ability to manage, supervise, train users, delegate responsibility, and maintain efficient functioning in the Molecular Pathology Core.
Self-starter with strong organization, administrative and time management skills. Initiative to problem solve and establish priorities.
Effective oral and written communication skills, sound judgment and interpersonal skills necessary, with the ability to interact professionally with representatives from a variety of laboratories, and understand a broad range of scientific disciplines in Biology, Biotechnology and Engineering.
Ability to work, demonstrate flexibility, and adapt in a deadline-driven environment, managing multiple projects and seeing them to successful completion.
Ability to make decisions independently, and analyze complicated sets of requirements.
Possess a willingness and ability to support a diverse and inclusive campus community.
CRIMINAL BACKGROUND AND EDUCATION CHECK REQUIRED
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Job Posting Title:
Manager, Molecular Pathology Core
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
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Internal Number: REQ163678
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