New York Blood Center

  • Research Assistant II- Cellular Microbiology

    Job Locations US-NY-New York
    Job ID
    2018-1868
    Category
    Research
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    At New York Blood Center, one of the most comprehensive blood centers in the world, our focus is on cultivating excellence by merging cutting-edge innovation with diligent customer service, groundbreaking research, and comprehensive program and service development. Join us as we work towards meeting and exceeding the growing needs of our diverse communities, further our lifesaving strategic goals in a rapidly changing environment, and expand our impact on the local, national, and global communities we serve.

    Responsibilities

    Candidate needs to demonstrate strong skills in molecular biology. In particular: analysis of gene and protein expressions, cloning and expressing recombinant proteins. Experience on analysis and using of small RNA (miRNA, RNAi) is desired.

    Experience on working with cell culture (including eukaryotic cells and bacterial cultures).

    Additional essential functions:

    • Maintain all logs regarding experiments, specimens and procedures
    • Performs all lab maintenance and orders supplies
    • Creates items for publications by using digital imaging software and image manipulation to create figures and tables. Uses digital camera to capture images for researchers.
    • Experience on using graph redactors (Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator)
    • Any related duties as assigned.
    • Strong attention to detail in all work processes.

    Qualifications

    Education:

    Bachelors Biology or related science fields.

     

    Experience:

    3 years’ experience in working in the molecular biology field.

    Any combination of education, training and experience that has supplied the necessary knowledge, skills and experience to perform the essential functions of the job.

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