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|Business Unit||College of Medicine|
|Work Schedule||Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM, occasional evening or weekend|
|Remote/Telecommuting||No remote/telecommute opportunity|
Conducts research relative to and in accordance with established protocols to study the role of free radicals and reactive oxygen species (ROS) in the pathogenesis process, specifically pancreatic cancer. Ensures optimum utilization of laboratory facilities and resources. Provides support to the development and interpretation of research activities.
|Posting Category||Research - Non Academic|
|Working Title||Research Technologist I|
|Job Title||Research Technologist L1|
|Appointment Type||B1 - REG MGR PROF SALARY|
|Salary Range||$40,000 - $60,000/annual|
|Job Requisition Begin Date||01/05/2023|
|Application Review Date||01/16/2023|
|Review Date Information:||
Initial application review will begin on the date provided in the field above. Applications received prior to this review date will be considered. Applications received after the review date may be considered.
|Required Education:||Bachelor's degree|
|If any degree major/training is required, please specify the type. (NOTE: Concentration and minors are not equivalent to a major)||
|Required Experience||No Experience|
|If any experience is required, please specify what kind of experience:|
|If yes, what is the required licensure/certification?|
|Required Computer Applications:||Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Outlook|
|Required Other Computer Applications:|
|Required Additional Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:||
Skilled in a research or clinical laboratory techniques.
Knowledge of methods and procedures related to the project.
Ability to work independently, maintain familiarity with research literature, assist with data analysis, and coordinate diverse research projects.
Knowledge of laboratory resources procurement and record maintenance.
Ability to coordinate and supervise research activities.
|Preferred Education:||Bachelor's degree|
|If any degree/training is preferred, please specify the type:||
Biology, Cancer Biology, Molecular Biology or related scientific field
One or more years of advancing experience in a research or clinical laboratory setting.
Laboratory animal handling, genotpying and modeling.
|If yes, what is the preferred licensure/certification?:|
|Preferred Computer Applications:||Not Applicable|
|Preferred Other Computer Applications:||Scientific analysis software|
|Preferred Additional Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:||
Skilled in the following laboratory techniques: mammalian cell culture; DNA, RNA, and protein isolation; RNA quantification; PCR, RT-PCR, and quantitative real-time PCR; protein analysis including protein quantification, gel electrophoresis, immunoprecipitation, IHC, and ELISA; flow cytometry; and slide preparation for confocal microscopy.
Skilled at animal testing and genotyping.
Able to manage a radioactive room.
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|Date Posted||May 11, 2023|
|Located In||Omaha, NE|
|Job Type||Full-time Employee|