Effective April 2010, the Bach lab is hiring one Research Technician.
RESEARCH LAB TECHNICIAN
Dr. Bach is searching for a qualified laboratory Research Technician to assist in the molecular and genetic characterization of genes that control the proliferation and self-renewal of stem cells in the model organism Drosophila. Duties will include performing standard molecular biological techniques, such as cloning, as well as classical genetic experiments and transgenic assays. In addition, the technician will be expected to become proficient in dissection of imaginal discs and adult testes, in immunofluorescence, in confocal microcopy and in flow cytometry. Duties also include assisting in lab organization and ordering of supplies. Dr. Bach’s laboratory is in an academic setting at New York University School of Medicine in exciting New York City. The position can provide flexible options that allow scientific professionals to meet their lifestyle and career goals.
Strong background in classical and molecular genetics. College degree required. Masters degree also acceptable. Previous lab experience is not a requirement but will be considered. Duration of position: preference will be given to applicants who commit to 2 years employment.
Salary commensurate with experience, seven paid holidays a year, twenty-two paid vacation days, direct deposit, group health insurance, basic and supplemental retirement plans and contribution matching program.
May 1, 2010
New York University School of Medicine in New York, NY.
Erika Bach, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
New York University School of Medicine
550 First Avenue, MSB 497B New York, NY 10016
Tel: 212-263-5963; Fax: 212-263-7133