Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D., M.D., D.V.M., or other doctoral level degree. One year (1) of relevant post-doctoral experience. At least one (1) year relevant work-relevant experience in an immunology lab setting, with evidence of tangible contributions to the dissemination of new research information. At least 3 years experience following IACUC/AAALAC humane standards in handling, breeding, euthanizing, and harvesting tissues from experimental mice is essential. At least 5 years sterile cell culture and cryopreservation experience for both cell lines and freshly isolated cells of both rodents and humans. Attention to detail is required. Excellent and habitual documentation skills are required. Ability and willingness to train new lab members one-on-one in specific scientific tasks is a requirement. Ability to generate and maintain records and protocols of procedures and to systematically troubleshoot deviations from standard outcomes using those procedures by laboratory members. Experience managing records, ordering, daily lab maintenance and supervision, EHS and Radiation Safety standard management for a 3+ member laboratory is required. Strong spoken and written English is a requirement. Team approach, enthusiasm for the work, and interest in careful quality assurance of all work is a requirement. Strong experience using Prism GraphPad, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint and ability to generate publication-quality figures using Adobe software is required. At least 1 year experience in mouse immunology work, ideally in bone marrow transplantation or inflammatory colitis models is a desirable skill. Experience with use of orthovoltage and isotope source irradiation of mice for transplantation and associated safety procedures is a desirable skill. Experience with flow cytometry (including cell analysis and sorting for adoptive transfer experiments in mice) is a highly desirable quality.
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