Outside Employment Opportunities
UCLA Temporary Lecturer Positions - Deadline June 30th
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The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at UCLA seeks applications for temporary lecturer positions in both Organic Chemistry and General Chemistry lectures and laboratories during the 2019-2020 academic year.
Responsibilities will include lecturing, conducting regularly scheduled office hours, writing and grading exams and problem sets, and supervising teaching assistants for the courses. Lecturer appointments are established quarter by quarter according to the instructional needs of the department. Applications will be kept on file for consideration for any openings that may occur throughout the year. Qualified candidates will have a Ph.D. in chemistry, organic chemistry, or equivalent discipline and have significant experience and strong record in teaching chemistry or biochemistry at the college level.
Requirements for all Positions
Candidates should provide a curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy (max 1 page), and should arrange for 3 letters of reference to be uploaded to UCLA Academic Recruit.
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.
The University of California, Los Angeles and the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry are interested in candidates who are committed to the highest standards of scholarship and professional activities, and to the development of a campus climate that supports equality and diversity. The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation or protected veteran status. For the complete University of California nondiscrimination and affirmative action policy see:
- Curriculum Vitae – Your most recently updated C.V.
- Statement of Teaching – max 1 page
- Statement on Contributions to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion – An EDI Statement describes a faculty candidate’s past, present, and future (planned) contributions to equity, diversity, and inclusion. To learn more about how UCLA thinks about contributions to equity, diversity, and inclusion, please review our Sample Guidance for Candidates and related EDI Statement FAQ document.
- Cover Letter (Optional)
- Statement of Research (Optional)
- Misc / Additional (Optional)
- 3 letters of reference required
Baylor University, Assistant Professor in Chemistry - Start date of Aug. 2020
University of North Texas, Assistant Professor of Chemistry Education
Colorado School of Mines Post-doctoral Candidate - Start Date February 2020
Post Doctoral Candidate within the Department of Chemistry at the Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO
Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position in the Department of Chemistry at the Colorado School of Mines. The candidate would work directly with Alan Sellinger’s research group (https://chemistry.mines.edu/project/sellinger-alan/) on a DOE-EERE funded project on the synthesis and characterization of polymer hole transport materials for perovskite solar cells. The candidate would also have the opportunity to fabricate and characterize perovskite solar cells at the National Renewable Energy Labs (NREL), also located in Golden, CO
- Ph.D. in chemistry, materials science, polymer science, or related fields.
- Experience with organic semi-conductors, air-sensitive chemical syntheses, schlenk techniques, materials purification techniques (column chromatography, distillation, recrystallization, sublimation, etc).
- Experience with materials characterization techniques including – NMR, FT-IR, GC-MS, MALDI, UV-vis, GPC, DSC, TGA, and fluorescence spectroscopy.
- Team player who works well in a cross-disciplinary environment.
- Excellent writing and communication skills.
- Position will begin in February 2020
- Primarily responsible for the design, synthesis and characterization of novel polymeric semi-conductors for application in perovskite.
- Involvement with processing and characterization of devices based on the newly developed materials.
- Candidate would also be involved with laboratory/project management, and student
For consideration, candidates should submit their full CVs, and contacts for three references
to Alan Sellinger (email@example.com).
University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry Post-doctoral Fellow Position
A postdoctoral position is available in the Laboratory of Addiction Genomics at the Department of Psychiatry of the University of Maryland School of Medicine for a candidate who would like to extend her/his training knowledge to the field of alcohol and other substance use disorders. The position is available for a highly motivated individual who is enthusiastic about understanding molecular markers of pathological and behavioral changes in substance users. The candidate will participate in on-going collaborative projects including, research on cell-free biomarkers of substance use in humans, as well as to increase expertise in designing, conducting, and analyzing data from biomarker-based translational research projects on substance use.
Eligibility and conditions of employment
Candidates should have a background in genomics, molecular biology or neuroscience. Candidates must have:
- Doctoral degree in genomics, molecular biology, neuroscience or relevant field;
- Excellent writing and communication skills;
- A fair understanding and/or willingness to learn ethical conduct of research involving human subjects
- Ability to work in a fast-paced, collaborative research environment;
Duration of the fellowship is two-years. A candidate immediately after their PhD or less than 2 years of post-doctoral training is preferred. Salary will be commensurate with experience and demonstrated capabilities in relevant areas, including writing for scholarly publications, and familiarity with good research practices.
Please send letter of introduction and CV to Chamindi Seneviratne, MD, firstname.lastname@example.org, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and the Institute for Genome Sciences, University of Maryland School of Medicine.
UMB is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected Veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law or policy.
University of Colorado Postdoc Fellow Divila Lab
Now hiring for a full-time postdoctoral fellow research position with benefits, which will be responsible for executing the research projects in the field of tumor immunology with oversight but minimal daily supervision from PI faculty. There will be an emphasis and research focus of the laboratory to develop novel immune-based strategies to induce tumor immunity including elucidating the mechanism of immune evasion mechanism in cancers.
This position reports directly to Dr. Eduardo Davila, PI of a immunotherapy research laboratory in the Department of Medicine and is responsible for performing the research summarized below. The laboratory is located on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, Colorado. The position is a faculty research position with the primary duties to conduct research and will not be involved in course instruction and is not eligible for tenure or overtime pay. An employee in this position can be terminated at any time without notice and severance pay may not be provided.
For full job description and to apply visit here.
Fellowship and Internship Opportunities
Biochemical Markers Fellowship Opportunity at CDC - Deadline January 10th
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH)
Division of Laboratory Sciences (DLS)
Atlanta, GA (Chamblee Campus)
DLS uses advanced laboratory science and innovative techniques to improve the detection, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of environmental, tobacco-related, nutritional, newborn, selected chronic and selected infectious diseases. DLS also works to improve the rapid and accurate detection of chemical threat agents, radiologic threat agents, and selected toxins. In these areas, the laboratory has been in the vanguard of efforts to improve people’s health across the nation and around the world.
Participants will join laboratory teams to develop and apply analytical methods to characterize and quantify biochemical markers, including those in biologic specimens (such as serum or urine), that are relevant to disease and harmful exposures. DLS currently has more than 170 active methods and 230+ mass spectrometers in use.
Selected candidates will be placed in one of seven branches within DLS (see website for branch information: https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/dls/). They will gain hands-on experience using state-of-the-art laboratory instrumentation and automation equipment. DLS offers a stimulating research environment that enables summer fellows to gain practical experience in applied analytical chemistry and enhance their knowledge of public health.
Current undergraduate and graduate students majoring in Chemistry or Biochemistry. Must be able to comply with safety and security requirements before or upon reporting to CDC.
Must be a U.S. Citizen.
Program Dates and Stipend
Dates: May 21st – July 31st, 2020
Stipend: approximately $2,900 per month for full-time undergraduate student fellows and $3,600 for full-time graduate student fellows. Housing is available, but fellows are responsible for housing costs.
How to Apply
The appointment is through the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) Fellowship Program.
- Apply on-line at: https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/CDC-DLS-2020-0015
- ORISE Posting Number: CDC-DLS-2020-0015
- Using the link above, submit the following required items: resume/CV, official transcript, two letters of recommendation, and a completed application
- Incomplete applications or submissions made after the application deadline will not be considered
January 10, 2020
Selections will be made by February 28th.
For Further Information
L’Oréal USA For Women in Science Fellowship - Deadline January 31st
Applications for the 2020 L’Oréal USA For Women in Science program are now open and will close on Friday, January 31, 2020.
The L’Oréal USA For Women in Science fellowship program honors female scientists at a critical stage in their careers with grants of $60,000 each. Since 2003, we’ve awarded 80 postdoctoral women scientists over $4 million in grants. We’re seeking five exceptional female scientists looking to advance their research and serve as role models for the next generation of girls in STEM.
Candidates are selected from a variety of fields including the life and physical/material sciences, technology (including computer science), engineering, and mathematics. Candidates must have completed their PhD and have started in their postdoctoral position by the application deadline.
APPLY NOW at https://lorealfwis.aaas.org/login/indexA.cfm
Interested in learning more?
The application and more information about the L’Oréal USA For Women in Science program can be found here.
Should you have any questions or require additional information, please contact us at email@example.com.Interested in being a Reviewer?
Emerging Leaders in Data Science Fellowship - Deadline February 8th
Emerging Leaders in Data Science Fellowship
APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 8, 2020 11:59PM ET
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), one of 27 Institutes and Centers making up the National Institutes of Health (NIH), has a core mission to conduct and support research to understand, treat, prevent, and diagnose infectious diseases and immune-mediated disorders. NIAID basic and clinical research projects are generating large, diverse and complex data sets including genomics/omics data, clinical data, immune phenotyping assay data, imaging data, and other data sets. Similarly, the infectious and immune-mediated diseases research communities have become a data-intense enterprise. NIAID places a high priority on transforming these data into knowledge to more fully understand pathogen transmission and evolution, pathogen-host interactions, host immune response, and infectious and immune-mediated disease pathogenesis, as well as to develop new and improved diagnostics, therapeutics, and vaccines.
Over the last 10 years, NIAID has invested in bioinformatics and data science initiatives to better manage, share, and reuse research data, resulting in data coordinating centers, repository and knowledgebase resources, and other efforts to address data science research needs, both intramural and extramural research programs. The extramural program – accounting for about 80% of the annual NIAID budget – funds biomedical research at U.S. and international institutions. The data science needs of the extramural program involve supporting management and analysis of funded programs to improve policies, processes, and scientific priorities with regards to this research portfolio. Approximately 10% of NIAID’s budget supports its intramural program, whose scientists conduct infectious and immune-mediated disease research in laboratories here at NIH. The data science needs of the intramural program involve supporting intramural research activities.
NIAID recognizes that the institute has a critical need for a robust and cost-effective big data ready environment for data management that allows the maximum use and reuse of data generated by NIAID extramural and intramural programs and projects. Building a workforce with data science expertise is an important step toward addressing these data science challenges and opportunities. NIAID has established the Emerging Leaders in Data Science Fellowship Program to develop a cadre of talented data scientists who have a strong interest in applying their bioinformatics and data science expertise to advance research on infectious and immune-mediated diseases. This fellowship is managed by NIAID’s Office of Data Science and Emerging Technologies.
As a Research Participant in the NIAID Emerging Leaders in Data Science Fellowship Program, the participant will receive training and hands-on-experience in applying and managing big data sets, bioinformatics strategies and tools to support projects in NIAID’s extramural and intramural divisions. Appointments will be for one year, with an option to renew for a second year. The program is rotational in design, with participants conducting 3-4 month rotation-based projects throughout NIAID’s intramural and extramural programs. NIAID actively encourages fellows to participate in a variety of developmental assignments during their fellowship to broaden their perspectives on NIAID’s research mission, strengthen managerial and technical competencies, develop a broad understanding of NIAID’s data needs from a variety of views, and further develop leadership abilities. In addition to a stipend, Research Participants will be provided with a travel and training allowance and health benefits.
Appointments are typically made for one year and are renewable for a total of two years. Stipend rates are established and non-negotiable. Stipends are reported to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service as fellowship awards however, no federal income taxes will be withheld. Stipends are paid monthly.
1st year stipend rate: $67,600, $74,880, or $85,020 annually (commensurate with education and experience)
2nd year stipend rate: $70,304, $77,785, or $88,421 annually (commensurate with education and experience)
100% of health insurance premiums are covered for individuals or families, as appropriate.
An annual travel ($3,500) and training ($2,500) allowance is established for each participant for a total of $6,000 annually. Travel and training funds are interchangeable as necessary.
The qualified candidate must have received a master’s or doctoral degree in one of the relevant fields. Degree must have been received within five years of the appointment start date. Current students who are close to completing their degrees may apply but must have completed their degrees by the start of the fellowship.
This opportunity is available to U.S. citizens only.
For a full description of this opportunity and to submit your application, visit https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/NIH-NIAID-2020-0004.
If you have questions, send an email to NIHprograms@orau.org. Please include the reference code for this opportunity (NIH-NIAID-2020-0004) in your email.
UCLA B.I.G. Summer - Deadline January 19th
Interactive PDF: 2020-big-summer-flyer-11920
American Chemical Society 2020 Summer Schools in Nuclear and Radiochemistry - Deadline February 1st
University of Nebraska, Lincoln Summer Research Program - Deadline February 1st
This intensive summer research experience provides mentoring and research experiences while allowing scholars to preview graduate school life. Students with a strong interest in graduate programs are particularly encouraged to apply as are those from populations traditionally underrepresented in graduate education.
Scholars stay in suite-style housing, enjoy an on-campus meal plan, and have travel costs covered. The program also features workshops for GRE prep, writing a personal statement, creating a research poster, and more.
Additionally, scholars get a chance to visit the Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo, join intramural teams, rent bikes to explore Lincoln, attend outdoor adventures, and more!
June 1, 2020 – August 7, 2020
- Applied Plant Systems
- Beneficial Insects
- Bioenergy Systems
- Biomedical Engineering
- Materials Science (MRSEC)
- Minority Health Disparities
- Molecular Plant-Microbe Interaction
- Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure
- Plant and Microbiome
- Redox Biology
- Sustainability of Civil Infrastructure
- Unmanned Systems
APPLY HERE: https://www.unl.edu/summerprogram/
CAICE Summer Undergraduate Research Program - Deadline February 1st
University of Kansas, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Summer Research Program - Deadline February 14th
Ole Miss Chemistry Summer Research Program
The Ole Miss Physical chemistry Research Program seeks applicants for a summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program funded by CHE-1156713, CHE-1460568, and CHE-1757888. Ten non-University of Mississippi students who have completed their freshman year of college and who have not yet graduated can participate fully in the Ole Miss Physical Chemistry Research Program activities and work on a research project under the direction of a faculty advisor. Student participants will receive a $5,000 stipend, a housing and meal plan for ten weeks, and travel assistance. Undergraduate student participants must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States or its possessions. For more information, contact program director Dr. Nathan I. Hammer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click on “Faculty” on the menu bar for a list of participating faculty and click on “Example Research Projects” to the right for example research projects.
More information here: http://laser.chem.olemiss.edu/~pchem/
Faculty Grant and Funding Opportunities
None at this time, check back again soon!
Other Career Opportunities
Analytical Chemistry Researcher in Houston, TX - Deadline February 8th
Analytical Chemistry Researcher – Houston, TX
The Analytical Chemistry group includes three lab-based teams that provide analytical problem solving and support to R&D projects, as well as technical consultation to a wide range of Shell businesses. Our partners include various Shell businesses, e.g. Downstream Refining and Chemicals, Upstream, conventional and bio fuels, Lubricants, and Catalysis. The Analytical Chemistry Group currently consists of over 100 professionals with a wide range of analytical specialties and skills. Our laboratory locations are in Amsterdam, Bangalore and Houston, all of which provide in-lab and on-site support to Shell operations worldwide.
ABOUT THE JOB:
Assignments on this team include responsibility for developing new analytical methods, implementing advanced analytical instrumentation, and managing on-going testing activities supporting R&D programs as well as Downstream/Upstream operations. We help our business partners measure and understand what is happening in their products, process streams or laboratories.
Although analytical lab roles are assigned to a single location, there is significant collaboration across the Analytical lab teams, and regular interaction with technical colleagues to share best practices. This leads to a highly collaborative work environment that is very conducive to creating a business impact while expanding your technical skills and business knowledge.
TO BE SUCCESFUL IN THE ROLE YOU SHOULD HAVE:
- Legal authorization to work in the US on a full-time basis for anyone other than current employer both now and in the future.
- Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Materials Science, or Materials Engineering
- Expert knowledge in material characterization using XPS (X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy)
- 3+ years of hands-on experience (postdoctoral or industry) in characterizing non-conducting inorganic materials (catalysts and rock samples)
- Hands-on experience in TEM, SEM, FIB-SEM, XRD is strongly preferred
Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies with about 84,000 employees across more than 70 countries. We aim to meet the world’s growing need for more and cleaner energy solutions in ways that are economically, environmentally and socially responsible. We have expertise in exploration, production, refining and marketing of oil and natural gas, and the manufacturing and marketing of chemicals. As a global energy company operating in a challenging world, we set high standards of performance and ethical behaviors. We are judged by how we act and how we live up to our core values of honesty, integrity and respect for people. Our Business Principles are based on these. They promote trust, openness, teamwork and professionalism, as well as pride in what we do and how we conduct business.Building on our core values, we aspire to sustain a diverse and inclusive culture where everyone feels respected and valued, from our employees to our customers and partners. A diverse workforce and an inclusive work environment are vital to our success, leading to greater innovation and better energy solutions.
Please note: We occasionally amend or withdraw Shell jobs and reserve the right to do so at any time, including prior to the advertised closing date.
Before applying, you are advised to read our data protection policy. This policy describes the processing that may be associated with your personal data and informs you that your personal data may be transferred to Royal Dutch/Shell Group companies around the world.
The Shell Group and its approved recruitment consultants will never ask you for a fee to process or consider your application for a career with Shell. Anyone who demands such a fee is not an authorised Shell representative and you are strongly advised to refuse any such demand.
Shell participates in E-Verify.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, citizenship, genetic information or other protected status under federal, state or local laws.
Shell is an Equal Opportunity Employer – Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disability.
R&D FS – Chemistry
Houston – Westhollow Technology Center
No. of Positions
Forensic Chemistry in Cheyenne, WY
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Salary: $3,709.09 – $4,779.75 Monthly
Location: Cheyenne, WY
Job Type: Full Time
Department: 015-Div. of Criminal Investigation-Crime Laboratory
Job Number: 11897
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: This family of positions includes those individuals responsible for handling the physical evidence of a crime in a laboratory setting for agencies of the State of Wyoming. Under general supervision, these positions are responsible for performing specific forensic examinations on chemical evidence in support of ongoing criminal investigations, creating written reports outlining those examinations, and the presentation of the results in court as necessary. These positions may have some input into setting a budget and are responsible for assuring project goals are achieved.
Human Resource Contact: Tara Gross 307-777-7893 email@example.com or Allison Moore 307-777-7130 firstname.lastname@example.org
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The listed functions are illustrative only and are not intended to describe every function which may be performed in the job level.
- Performs chemical examinations on evidence leading to forensic conclusions for use in legal proceedings in all types of cases.
Prepares written reports of forensic analysis and conclusions for use in legal proceedings.
Examination, identification, and comparison of evidence and/or investigation of various types of crimes.
Conducts routine examination and/or investigation under direct supervision;
Demonstrates effective use of case management to meet case and/or court deadlines.
May provide expert forensic guidance and advice to judges, prosecutors, and defense attorneys in preparation of exploratory questions for witnesses.
Provides testimony in legal proceedings
May participate in quality control and quality assurance checks on chemicals, standards, and quality affecting materials used in the respective unit.
Perform technical and/or administrative review on reports generated by other Unit personnel. May perform technical review and confirmation of identifications and associations on reports in multiple sub-disciplines
May testify as an expert witness.
Conduct field crime scene work to gather and analyze evidence.
PREFERENCES/**AGENCY REQUIREMENTS: Preference may be given to candidates with a degree in Chemistry, plus 0-2 years of progressive work experience in a forensic laboratory. Preference may be given to candidates that have successful completion of competency testing in the scope of practice as required by the laboratory’s accreditation standards. *Please ensure that you attach the following documents when submitting your state application: Submit all college transcripts with the application (unofficial is fine)
- Knowledge of the general theory and application of chemistry
- Knowledge of forensic laboratory analysis technique and applications
- Knowledge of methods, procedures, equipment, and materials used in controlled substance analysis and their limitations
- Knowledge of operating GC/FID, GC/MS, FTIR, and LC/DAD instrumentation
- Knowledge of criminal law.
- Knowledge of the theory and application of forensic sciences, statistics, and evidence preservation processes as they relate to modern forensic laboratory techniques, practices, and procedures.
- Knowledge of research or investigative techniques and controls, which limit or expand the significance of the findings.
- Knowledge of the impact of work and testing performed in compliance with accreditation and state/federal regulations.
- Knowledge of laboratory safety procedures, with emphasis on those procedures associated with the handling of biohazardous materials.
- Skill in wet chemistry laboratory techniques
- Skill in explaining scientific procedures and results to a layperson in understandable terms
- Skill in recording and maintaining detailed records
- Skill in maintaining confidentiality in all aspects of work
- Skill in maintaining good rapport with criminal justice personnel and fellow employees
- Skill in working with others to achieve common goals
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Education:Bachelor’s Degree (typically in Science)Experience:
0-2 years of progressive work experience in (Forensic Crime) with acquired knowledge at the level of a Forensic Evidence TechnicianOREducation & Experience Substitution:3-5 years of progressive work experience in (Forensic Crime) with acquired knowledge at the level of a Forensic Evidence TechnicianCertificates, Licenses, Registrations:None
- Necessary Special Requirements
- PHYSICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:
- Subject to being on-call 24/7 for response to field crime scenes.
- FLSA: Non-exempt
- All new hires or rehires starting in a non-exempt position on or after January 1, 2018, are required to be paid hourly.
- A valid driver’s license may be required.
- Successful applicants are required to pass a criminal background investigation.
- Supplemental Information
- 015-Attorney General’s Office – Division of Criminal Investigation
Click here to view the State of Wyoming Classification and Pay Structure.
The State of Wyoming is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively supports the ADA and reasonably accommodates qualified applicants with disabilities.Class Specifications are subject to change, please refer to the A & I HRD Website to ensure that you have the most recent version.
- State of Wyoming
Dept. of Admin. & Information-Human Resource Div.
2001 Capitol Ave. Emerson Bldg. Rm 127
Cheyenne, Wyoming, 82002
Scientist – Cell Biologist/Immunologist at Zoetis
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Title: Scientist – Cell Biologist/Immunologist – Multiple Openings (Fixed Term: 3 Years)
Location: Fort Collins, CO
A great opportunity to be part of the newly established Zoetis Incubator Research Lab at CSU! Zoetis is seeking an experienced scientist to identify immune related therapies that can reduce the morbidity and mortality associated with infectious, non-infectious and chronic diseases of animals, and improvement in livestock productivity. This individual will be a key contributor in the design, execution, and interpretation of in vitro and in vivo pharmacology studies to delineate key pathways and potential drug targets.
The successful candidate should have at least 3-5 years of relevant experience working in an in vitro or in vivo pharmacology setting. They must also be a creative/independent thinker and with a proven track record of basic research. Excellent communication, organizational and interpersonal skills are essential. Previous experience working with cattle biology is desired.
Please note: This position is for a fixed term of 3 years.
- Experience developing cell-free (e.g. ligand binding assays, biochemical assays) and cell-based in vitro screens for substrate (small molecule and biotherapeutics) evaluation.
- Experience with immune-based techniques such as flow cytometry, cell sorting, immunohistochemistry, ELISAs, westerns, etc. Experience sorting primary immune cell populations would be highly desirable.
- Ability to apply a variety of cellular and molecular techniques to develop cellular models of disease for veterinary species.
- Experience with primary cell cultures, co-cultures, and/or 3D-organotypic cultures.
- Experience preparing DNA and RNA libraries for Next generation sequencing.
- Experience with gene editing using Crispr Cas9 technology.
- Ability to collaborate across multiple scientific disciplines.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
• Educational background: BS, MS, or PhD (molecular or cellular biology, immunology or related field).
• Training or experience in biological sciences preferred.
• Experience in the establishment of in vitro models of disease.
• Experience in flow cytometry and cell sorting.
• Self-starter, able to prioritize work and work efficiently with minimal supervision
• Excellent verbal/written communication, organizational and interpersonal skills
• Computer skills required: Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook
• Work environment: The person filling this position will work predominantly in a laboratory setting. There may be exposure to animal pathogens and chemicals. There may be handling of, and/or exposure to animal tissue and zoonotic organisms
Full timeFixed Term/Temporary (Fixed Term)ColleagueZoetis is committed to equal opportunity in the terms and conditions of employment for all employees and job applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, disability or veteran status or any other protected classification. Disabled individuals are given an equal opportunity to use our online application system. We offer reasonable accommodations as an alternative if requested by an individual with a disability. Please contact Zoetis Colleague Services at email@example.com to request an accommodation. Zoetis also complies with all applicable national, state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment as well as employment eligibility verification requirements of the Immigration and Nationality Act. All applicants must possess or obtain authorization to work in the US for Zoetis. Zoetis retains sole and exclusive discretion to pursue sponsorship for the acquisition or maintenance of nonimmigrant status and employment eligibility, considering factors such as availability of qualified US workers. Individuals requiring sponsorship must disclose this fact. Please note that Zoetis seeks information related to job applications from candidates for jobs in the U.S. solely via the following: (1) our company website at www.Zoetis.com/careers site, or (2) via email to/from addresses using only the Zoetis domain of “@zoetis.com”. In addition, Zoetis does not use Google Hangout for any recruitment related activities. Any solicitation or request for information related to job applications with Zoetis via any other means and/or utilizing email addresses with any other domain should be disregarded. In addition, Zoetis will never ask candidates to make any type of personal financial investment related to gaining employment with Zoetis.
Future Faculty Workshop at University of Michigan - Deadline January 19th