Technical Officer - Flow Cytometry

 
  • University of New South Wales
  • Australia, NSW
  • Jun 11, 2021
Science Full-time

Job Description:

The Opportunity

Reporting to the Scientific Officer, this research-support position will assist in maintaining and operating flow cytometry and related instrumentation, training users of the facility and providing support in flow cytometry applications to a broad user-base. You will also contribute to the overall operation of the flow cytometry facility and assist with the ongoing development of the facility.

The Organisation

The Division of Research & Enterprise at UNSW is responsible for the strategic research direction and overall research performance of the University and maintaining and advancing the University's profile in research and research training.

The UNSW Flow Cytometry facility is one of ten core research-support facilities in the Mark Wainwright Analytical Centre supported through the Division of Research and Enterprise. The Flow Cytometry Facility operates 14 instruments including 3 cell sorters, 5 flow cytometry analysers, 2 particle analysers, 4 associated high-end instruments and related equipment The facility provides support and expertise to more than 200 researchers.

About the successful applicant:

You have a BSc (honours)and experience conducting research in Medical Science/Medicine, Biosciences, including flow cytometry experiments and knowledge of the principles of flow cytometry, particle analysis and applications including flow cytometry fluorophore panel selection, instrument set-up and data analysis, as well as research laboratory operations including IT laboratory-based management systems.

To apply: Please submit your CV and Cover Letter, addressing Skills and Experience required in the Position Description.

Contact

Shiree Thomas

Talent Acquisition Consultant

E: [email protected]

T:02 9065 7058

Applications close: 11:55pm, Sunday 27th June 2021

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