A part-time Lab Technician position is available in an active research lab at Indiana University, School of Optometry. Work as part of a collaborative team to design, set up, conduct, and analyze studies of eye lens cell biology. The laboratory is currently funded by NIH to investigate the signaling pathway that impact age-related eye pathologies. Job duties may include general lab maintenance and management, animal colony management, cell and molecular biology experiments and microscopy.
Bachelor of Science degree or currently enrolled in a BS degree program, in biology, vision science or a relevant scientific field.
Strong organizational skills. Good interpersonal skills and a customer service orientation. Ability to effectively communicate and exchange information. Strong work ethic and a high motivation to learn.
Experience in cell or molecular biology labs, animal husbandry, or confocal microscopy are highly desired.
This position may be scheduled up to 29 hours per week. Hours will be scheduled during normal business hours Monday - Friday, with minimal weekend hours, as needed.
Salary Plan: HR
Salary Grade: HR
Job Function: Temporary Hourly
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