Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Location: Argonne National Laboratory
1) Perform animal health checks daily and cage change in biocontainment units at ABSL2-3/select agent. 2) Perform technical procedures such as gavage, injection, tagging and tailing as well as breeding schemes. 3) Stock materials/supplies, sanitize, run tunnel and rack washers, operate autoclave Process BT-Sure indicators and perform other quality control procedures. 4) May assist investigators with experimental techniques. 5) Train potential animal technologists assigned to HTRL facility. 6) Perform administrative/quality control duties as assigned. 7) Provide back-up coverage in GRAF facility when needed.
8) May be on coverage rotation.
1) Computer knowledge and skills.
2) Excellent written, verbal and organizational skills.
3)Ability to demonstrate excellent interpersonal/communication skills.
4) Knowledge of regulatory compliance.
5) Willingness to work successfully as a member of a team, ability to communicate effectively. with faculty, graduate students and various administrative offices at all levels of the University, ability to prioritize.
6) Ability to work under pressure of scheduled assignments.
7) Availability for weekend and holiday schedules.
8) Ability to work on more than one project at one time and meet deadlines.
9) Capacity to handle multiple tasks in a short amount of time.
10)Must be detailed and organized and respect confidentiality.
11) Ability to analyze and solve problems.
12) Ability to interact with all levels of staff.
1) Bachelorâ™s degree in a field relevant to the research being conducted.
2) AALAS certification at any level.
1) 1 year previous work experience academic or biomedical environment.
2) Previous experience with direct work involving research animal models.
3) Previous animal work at ABSL2 or ABSL3.
4) Requires a fair amount of standing and working in a biological safety cabinet.
5) Laboratory and office environment.
1) Cover Letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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