RESEARCH TECHNICIAN I
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POST DATE 9/13/2016
END DATE 10/15/2016
Massachusetts General Hospital(MGH)
JOB DESCRIPTIONGENERAL SUMMARY/ OVERVIEW STATEMENT:
The Molecular Neurogenetics Unit Tissue Culture Facility in the Center for Human Genetic Research provides investigators with a variety of tissue culture services involving human lymphoblast and fibroblast cell lines. The Research Tech I will perform routine cell culture, database record keeping and freezer storage of human cell lines.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under supervision, the Research Tech I will perform a range of routine cell culture procedures provided as a paid service to investigators using the core facility.
The technician will be responsible for:
* Maintaining detailed confidential records
* Assist with establishing/maintaining lymphoblast cultures for research from human blood samples
* Assist with establishing/maintaining fibroblast cultures from human skin punches
* Fulfilling client requests by pulling from the freezer and growing frozen cell lines
* Overseeing freezer organization maintenance including space management
* Assist with laboratory maintenance including maintaining equipment and stocking supplies.
* Must be meticulous, organized, dependable, proficient in multitasking, and able to learn and follow tasks with strong attention to detail.
* Ability to work independently and as a member of a team
* Excellent communications skills and work ethic
* Ability to perform experiments/cell cultures
* Computer literacy
LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, and/or REGISTRATIONS (if applicable):
Bachelors degree required in cell biology, molecular biology or related field.
Lab experience in addition to school lab experience strongly preferred.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY (if applicable):
FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY (if applicable):
WORKING CONDITIONS: Laboratory setting
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