BSD PED - Section Administrator: Hematology Oncology and Stem Cell Transplantation - Applebaum Lab
About the Department
The Section of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology provides care for patients and families with acute and chronic medical conditions, or other hematologic diseases, requiring the specialty knowledge and skills of Hematology, Oncology and Stem Cell Transplantation. This at-will position is wholly funded by contractual grant funding which is renewed under provisions set by the grantor of the contract. Employment will be contingent upon the continued receipt of these grant funds and satisfactory job performance.
The job provides basic technical support activities related to scientific research projects. Complies with institutional, state, and federal regulatory policies, procedures, directives and mandates. Assists in drafting presentations on research findings.
- Develop, design and conduct research projects according to plan, including planning new procedures, adapting existing procedures to the needs of the project, and making contributions to methodology.
- Breeding and caring for mice in treatment studies, including blood draws, injections and necropsies.
- Oversee the management of equipment and supplies.
- Train and oversee the work of research support personnel.
- Ensuring compliance with institution, state, and federal regulatory policies, procedures, directive and mandates.
- Assisting with developing data collection tools, assisting with building databases, and providing general administrative support.
- Provides technical and administrative support for a research project.
- Collects and enters data. Assists in analyzing data. Assists with preparation of reports, manuscripts and other documents.
- Performs other related work as needed.
Minimum requirements include vocational training, apprenticeships or the equivalent experience in related field (not typically required to have a four-year degree).---
Minimum requirements include knowledge and skills developed through 2-5 years of work experience in a related job discipline.---
- College or university degree in a related field.
- Construction of next generation sequencing libraries.
- Competency in cell culture.
- Experience with molecular biology techniques.
Working ConditionsApplication Documents
- Familiarity with standard laboratory equipment and data analysis software.
- Analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Attention to detail and organizational skills.
- Verbal and written communication skills.
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
- Resume or CV (required)
- Cover letter (required)
- List of references (3) (required)
When applying, the document(s) MUST
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of the application.Job Family
Individual ContributorFLSA Status
BiweeklyScheduled Weekly Hours
YesRequires Compliance with University Covid-19 Vaccination Requirement
YesDrug Test Required
NoHealth Screen Required
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