Research Associate II - Klein Lab
Posted on: November 21, 2022
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Primary Duties & Responsibilities:
Working under direct supervision, the Research Associate II
performs routine and increasingly complex laboratory tasks and
procedures and develops technical expertise in one or more areas
relevant to research projects.
Including, but not limited to; investigation, technical,
testing/validation of results, and report findings. While
performing a variety of routine experimental protocols and
procedures to support the objectives of laboratory research
The Associate will observe and comply with safety standards and
procedures, assist in preparation of data for publication and/or
presentation at scholarly meetings, and assist in general
laboratory maintenance. This position does not have supervisory
Performs a variety of increasingly complex experimental protocols
and procedures and assist in the design of new complex or unusual
protocols and techniques.
Keeps accurate and detailed records of experiments and results, and
assist in identifying and troubleshooting of unexpected
Orders laboratory supplies and supports laboratory operations.
Oversees reagents inventory.
Maintains lab equipment and related records and may coordinate use
of lab equipment.
Assists in the operation of specialized equipment, as required by
the area of research.
Assists in preparation of data for publication and/or presentation
at scholarly meetings.
Observes and complies with safety standards and procedures.
Orients research laboratory assistants or lower level research
associates and undergraduate student researchers on day-to-day lab
operations and routine procedures.
Responsible for mice line housing and genotyping pipeline.
Bachelor of Science Degree in biological sciences.
Two (2) years of laboratory experience. Understanding of general
research objectives. Familiar with routine laboratory procedures,
experimental protocols, and overall lab organization. Experience
handling live rodents is preferred. Applicant must be highly
motivated and able to work independently. Must have superior
interpersonal, communication and organization skills and the
ability to work across company disciplines and functional units,
and computer application experience. Must possess computer skills
to include, but not limited to, Excel and Word. Ability to
simultaneously manage multiple clerical trials, and attention to
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availability of flu vaccine (typically during September through
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thereafter as a condition of continued employment.
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