Lab Manager - Center for the Genetics of Host Defense
Categories: Professional, Research & Laboratory Support
Department: Ctr for Genetics Host Defense
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
Experience and Education
Coordinates availability of technical assistance, appropriate chemicals, and special equipment to ensure timely preparation or completion of clinical work or research projects.
Supervises laboratory and office personnel, maintains personnel records, completes performance evaluations, and recruits and trains both clerical and technical support using managerial skills according to departmental and university guidelines.
Orders and allocates all laboratory supplies, materials, and equipment; maintains adequate inventory to ensure efficient operation of projects.
Maintains information on warranties, service contracts, operating manuals, licenses and permits; oversees maintenance of laboratory equipment in order to ensure compliance with all regulations and safety standards.
Compiles, analyzes, and presents research data using computers and subledgers for submission to investigators to be used in preparation of journal articles for publication. Prepares journal articles and writes protocols for research as required by organizing and editing data.
Troubleshoots problems and designs training according to government regulations.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Oversee animal (mouse) screen groups and organize the schedule for screening. Animal experience required.
Oversee laboratory safety and ensure the lab remains in compliance of all local, state, and federal regulations.
Assist with managing and maintaining all laboratory equipment.
Manage the inventory and ordering of all lab supplies.
Manage and update chemical inventories including hazardous chemical database and radiation log.
Maintain a monthly defrosting and cleaning program of freezers, refrigerators, and incubators.
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