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The Bauer Core Facility (Harvard University's FAS Division of Science) seeks a Research Core Scientist II to support members of the Harvard community in the use of flow cytometry technologies to advance their research goals.
The Bauer Core Facility provides state-of-the-art instrumentation and expertise to scientists at Harvard. Our goal is to advance research efforts in the life sciences that cannot readily be accomplished in the traditional academic laboratory because of a need for expensive instrumentation or technical expertise.
Our Core Scientists consult with researchers to help them choose the best technologies for their projects and design careful experiments. We provide hands-on training and support to enable researchers to use our instruments independently and run core instruments as a service.
This opportunity will allow one to contribute to cutting edge research while honing skills on a wide variety of instruments. Learn more about our facility and our team here: https://bauercore.fas.harvard.edu/.
We are committed to cultivating not only the diversity of our faculty, staff, and students but also in developing an inclusive culture that is vibrant, engaging and encouraging of innovation as well as intellectual debate. We believe creating and maintaining an inclusive workplace allows employees from all backgrounds and walks of life to achieve their fullest potential. We also believe an inclusive culture is one that accepts, values and views as strength the difference we all bring to the workplace.
5+ years of relevant work experience in a molecular biology or similar lab conducting flow cytometry experiments. Post-secondary education in the fields of Biology, Chemistry, Engineering or similar can be applied toward experience requirements.