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Application Review Date
The First Review Date for this job is: May 15, 2021
The listing will remain open until filled.
The Lammel lab in the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology at UC Berkeley is looking for a highly motivated individual to conduct research and manage a multidisciplinary team that pioneers advanced technologies to understand neural circuit alterations in psychiatric diseases. Specifically, we are looking for a self-motivated and independent individual who will take ownership of ensuring that the lab has everything that it needs to keep operations on time and successful. The ideal candidate thrives on new challenges, is excited by world-class research and catalyzes an emerging field.
University of California, Berkeley is a major force in advancing biomedical research and science education in the U.S. and beyond. The Lammel lab offers a young and dynamic environment with exciting research projects, supportive work-life balance policies and flexible work hours. Find out more about our research on: http://www.lammellab.org
Assist PI in formulating and implementing short and long-term goals for the operation of the laboratory: set priorities, assign responsibilities, establish timetables, coordinate new funding initiatives, recruit top talent, mentor, and coach lab members.
Assist lab members with experiments and advise on equipment and technical problems.
Establish relationships with vendors and purchase supplies needed in the lab.
Keep the main lab and animal colony rooms well organized, stocked, and clean.
Manage mouse husbandry to ensure efficient and cost-effective management of mouse colony.
Monitor all freezers/fridges and respond to alarms.
Maintain the inventory list for the lab and inventory rooms.
Write, review, and organize protocols and project research plans.
Applicants must possess at least a BS + 5 years or MS + 2 years in Life Sciences or a related field at the time of application (and/or equivalent experience/training).
Experience managing a life science-focused lab.
Advanced analytical, writing and communication skills in addition to logical reasoning capabilities.
Strong organizational and leadership skills with the ability to work independently.
The capability to manage multiple priorities in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment.
Excellent computer and record keeping skills.
Strong interpersonal skills, and ability to create and maintain excellent working relationships in a team environment.
Ability to lead by example and manage through influence.
Experience with Neuroscience techniques and approaches.
Previous experience managing multiple projects in a supervisory/managerial role for a minimum of two years.
Knowledge/experience or the ability to quickly learn UC systems (e.g., BearBuy).
Experience with the Quartzy ordering and lab management web platform.
Experience with manuscript preparation excellent command of and skilled in written communication, editing, and proofreading.
Website development skills.
Experience with mouse colony management.
Salary & Benefits
$53,011.46 - $65,909.79 (stepped rates) depending on qualifications. This position provides full benefits.
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