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TECHNICAL ASSOCIATE II-FLOW CYTOMETRY CORE FACILITY, Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research, to provide support for over 160 groups engaged in cancer and other research across MIT. Responsibilities include operating and maintaining flow cytometer analyzers and sorters, including daily quality control and data management; engaging with researchers to design experiments, training in instrument use, and supporting scheduling needs; performing complex tasks such as troubleshooting instrumentation, liaising with service providers, and data analysis; collaborating with team members on problem solving and technical and administrative tasks; sharing relevant information with those impacted by decisions or instrument downtime; communicating and training others on lab/departmental policies and ensuring compliance; maintaining a clean and safe work area; performing duties normally engaged in by those working at lower levels as necessary; and recognizing situations that are without precedent and finding solutions using a systematic approach. May serve as facility EHS representative.
This position offers an exciting opportunity for someone who can use independent judgment and is interested in working in a dynamic, team-oriented laboratory setting.
Job Requirements REQUIRED: B.S. degree in biological or physical sciences; at least four years of experience in a research laboratory environment; ability to work both independently and as part of a team; strong instrumentation skills; demonstrated attention to detail; self-motivation; excellent organizational, analytical, customer service, interpersonal and verbal and written communication skills; and an understanding of laboratory safety. PREFERRED: experience with BD analyzers and BD or Sony high-speed sorters, and experience training individuals from diverse scientific/technical backgrounds. Job #21569
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