[MARMAM] Job Opening - Molecular Genetics Technician

Amy Van Cise avancise at gmail.com
Tue Oct 17 09:17:13 PDT 2023


Dear MARMAM,

The University of Washington Whale and Dolphin Ecology lab
<https://www.amyvancise.com/> and the Genetics and Evolution lab
<https://www.fisheries.noaa.gov/west-coast/science-data/genetics-and-evolution-pacific-northwest>
at NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center are seeking to hire a Research
Scientist/Engineer II - Molecular Genetics Technician
<https://uwhires.admin.washington.edu/ENG/candidates/default.cfm?szCategory=jobprofile&jobhistory=1&szOrderID=227874>
to support projects assessing marine mammal and fish population genetics
using a wide variety of genetic lab techniques. The position will primarily
support the genetic analysis of killer whale diets using fecal samples,
with additional opportunities to work on various fish and marine mammal
genetics projects expected.

The position will require the use of a wide range of molecular genetic
techniques, as well as bioinformatic sequence processing and some data
summary analyses, with opportunities to contribute to reports and
manuscripts. Maintaining an inventory of archived biological samples and
generated data (and metadata) will require strong organizational skills,
familiarity with relational databases and the ability to work
collaboratively as part of a diverse team.  This position is primarily
laboratory based but may involve limited fieldwork.

The desired start date is January 2024, and the position is funded for 12
months with additional time based on availability of funding, through the
School of Aquatic and Fisheries Sciences at the University of Washington.
The successful candidate will work in Seattle, WA at NOAA’s Northwest
Fisheries Science Center.

Salary range: $5,772 - $6,642/month, depending on experience
Location: Seattle, WA
Time Period: Jan - Dec 2024, with option to renew dependent on funding

Visit the job posting
<https://uwhires.admin.washington.edu/ENG/candidates/default.cfm?szCategory=jobprofile&jobhistory=1&szOrderID=227874>
at UW for more information and to apply.

Feel free to contact me (avancise at uw.edu) or Kim Parsons (
kim.parsons at noaa.gov) with any questions about the position.

Cheers,
Amy

<*)))><  <*)))><  <*)))><  <*)))><  <*)))><  <*)))><  <*)))><  <*)))><
Amy M. Van Cise, Ph.D.
(she/her/hers)

Assistant Professor
Whale and Dolphin Ecology Lab <http://amyvancise.com>
University of Washington | School of Aquatic and Fisheries Sciences
1122 NE Boat St, Box 355020
Seattle, WA 98105
Office: SAFS 216B
206-221-6118

"My paper was one long gigantic blunder from beginning to end."
-Charles Darwin
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