Research Technician-Molecular Virology
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
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Post Date: Oct 11, 2017
Job Type: Full time
Degree Requirement: Bachelors
Years Experience: 1+
Start Date: October-December 2017
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Location: US - New York - Bronx, NY
Job Reference: Research Tech 2017
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Description
The Kielian lab at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine has an exciting opportunity available for a laboratory research technician in our Molecular Virology Lab. Our research addresses the mechanisms of virus infection and virus assembly and transmission, using non-pathogenic viruses as model systems to study these processes at the molecular level (https://sites.google.com/site/kielianlab/ ). The lab has interesting research opportunities and a collaborative and friendly atmosphere.

Skills
B.A. or B.S. in science. Applicants should have a strong scientific background including lab courses, and excellent quantitative and organizational skills. A strong research background and research experience are preferred, but specific experience in virology is not required. Of greatest importance is a keen drive and interest in helping us advance our research in virus infection mechanisms. The position involves training in and use of a wide variety of methods in molecular biology, virology, cell biology, and protein biochemistry. The position also includes general lab maintenance and organization, ordering, and maintenance of computer-based records of methods and reagents. The ideal candidate should be willing to make a two-year commitment. We are particularly interested in candidates looking for a longer-term position with the opportunity for advancement. Candidate must be available for an interview in New York.
To apply, please submit by email a detailed CV and the names and contact information for three references that are familiar with your experimental skills.


Notes
The laboratory is in the Cell Biology department at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (http://www.einstein.yu.edu/cellbiology/content2.aspx ). The Albert Einstein College of Medicine is a major research institution with outstanding core research facilities and an interactive, collegial environment. The Einstein campus is located in a pleasant residential Bronx community with easy access to the outstanding cultural and recreational opportunities of New York. Einstein is an equal opportunity employer.