Behavioral training and testing of research animals. Assistance with electrophysiological measurements. Regularly inspects facility to assure the highest quality of animal care and required sanitation standards. Monitors to assure compliance with all animal care and facility maintenance procedures, standards, and guidelines. Assists with development of Standard operating procedures and guidelines. Interacts and coordinates with veterinary services staff to assure health and welfare of animals. Assists and interacts with investigative staff to meet their research needs. Inspects facility to assure compliance with USDA, PHS, AAALAC, NYU, and other relevant regulations, guidelines, and policies. Examines operations and procedures to assure efficient utilization of manpower, equipment, and facilities and to assure that relevant regulations, guidelines, policies, and procedures are followed. Confers with faculty periodically to evaluate new equipment and methods. Monitors and cares for pre-operative and post-operative veterinary patients. Performs other job related duties as assigned.
Education: BS or MS; minimum 1 years of experience with a general expectation of at least 2 years at the associate rank. First level training post in laboratory research support; requires science-specific education, which provides framework for understanding research methods and laboratory procedures. Instructive guidance provided by faculty adviser.
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