|From||Laura Kelsey Meredith <email@example.com>|
|Date||Wed, 12 Feb 2014 10:29:18 -0800|
Geobiology Lab Manager – 61907
Stanford’s School of Earth Sciences (SES) is a world leader in Earth and Environmental Sciences and Engineering, dedicated to the creation, integration, and transformation of fundamental understanding of Earth processes, and the application of that knowledge to help provide energy, water, and a safe and sustainable planet. As one of Stanford’s seven schools, SES provides both undergraduate and graduate education and training to future leaders in a range of geosciences and engineering disciplines.
Environmental Earth Systems Science (EESS) is an academic department within the School of Earth Sciences that takes an inter‐disciplinary approach to understanding environmental change on the local to global scale. EESS is also home to a variety of specialized shared facilities and laboratories that support the research activities of faculty within the School and from outside groups, and supports the cross‐cutting nature of these endeavors.
The Geobiology Lab Manager will support operations in two key research facilities: 1) a new biology lab facility, with both wet and dry lab components, that will support the research of multiple faculty and research groups in the School; and 2) a single faculty‐run laboratory. The Lab Manager will be responsible for overseeing equipment maintenance and capability, ensuring availability of supplies and providing support for principal investigators, postdocs and graduate students. We are specifically interested in someone with skills in microbial growth and microbial community analysis. Some of the duties of this position are:
Geobiology Shared Lab Facility – wet lab
Geobiology Shared Lab Facility – dry lab
Faculty Lab Facility
• Maintenance of technical equipment, ensuring ongoing operations
minimum of 3 years laboratory experience in a relevant field
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