The Immune Monitoring and Discovery Platform (IMDP), housed within the OSUCCC-James Pelotonia Institute for Immuno-Oncology (PIIO), operates as a technological hub that provides comprehensive cell-, tissue-, and molecular-based immunoassays to support and drive innovative immuno-oncology (IO) research. We are seeking a highly motivated individual with experience in laboratory management to lead technical support and resource management for the IMDP.
The Research Laboratory Manager will:
Work closely with fellow leaders of immunophenotyping, imaging, and immunogenomics on technical issues and laboratory operations, including regulatory affairs (IBC, IACUC, IRB, EHS),
Partner with IMDP technology leaders on validation, optimization, and implementation of highly complex state of the art technologies and serve as a subject matter expert on immune monitoring lab procedures,
Be responsible (and/or oversee) for QA/QC on all instruments as well as maintenance agreements and routine service,
Be responsible for access to services, review of usage, and billing,
Supervise and train IMDP technical staff,
Participate in research project planning, design, execution, data collection, analysis and interpretation of results,
Facilitate the purchase of new equipment, and/or obtain quotes from vendors; also ensure the facility is getting discounts for antibodies or other consumables)
Work with the PIIO administration to establish and revise (when necessary) recharge rates for IMDP services,
Participate in routine laboratory maintenance: ordering, stocking of supplies, and other duties as required.
Minimum Required Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience.
3 years of relevant experience required.
Requires successful completion of a background check; qualified candidates may be asked to complete a pre-employment physical, including a drug screen.
Masters degree (or equivalent in experience) in an appropriate biological/health science or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
4-8 years of relevant experience preferred.
Experience with flow cytometry is preferred.
Knowledge of immunology or cancer biology is preferred.
Experience with molecular biology and/or cellular biology is preferred.
Excellent people skills and the ability to work within a team required.
Ability to translate, adapt and apply academic and/or practical knowledge in the conduct of biological/health science research is required.
Previous experience with laboratory management is required.
Function: Research Administration
Sub Function: Laboratory Research and Operations
Career Band : People Leader - Managerial
Career Level: M1
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Target hiring range for this position: $62,700 - $83,600 annual salary
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