I am extremely excited to share a new job opportunity as a core member of our group: Lab Manager in Ecological Genomics at Brown.
This is such a unique career opportunity in our field. The position will be salaried, starting around $60,000, and it is expected to provide job security, stability, and community over the long term. There will also be opportunities for career growth as we work together to establish a new Ecological Genomics center via Brown’s Genomics Core Facility. You will be able to help shape the future of your own position.
From an insider's perspective, we very rarely see opportunities as good as this one. The formal job ad is pasted below.
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Brown University is a leading research university distinct for its student-centered learning and deep sense of purpose. Our students, faculty and staff are driven by the idea that their work will have an impact in the world.
Brown University offers a flexible work/life balance; summer hours, winter break and a comprehensive Benefits package including time off, annual paid holidays; benefits offerings including health, dental, vision, tuition assistance, retirement, wellness, employee discounts and more. To learn about Brown University’s benefits, visit the University Human Resources web page here for further information.
About the Opportunity:
At this dynamic cross-campus center, the Institute at Brown for Environment and Society (IBES), students and faculty conduct groundbreaking research and build creative solutions to complex 21st-century problems in climate and sustainability. Work at IBES combines an understanding of the natural world and human dimensions because environmental stewardship, human rights, and economic well-being are inextricably linked.
Through our unique interdisciplinary approach, IBES cultivates actionable research outcomes, while equipping and empowering the change agents of tomorrow through our rigorous and diverse academic programs.
IBES faculty, staff, and students play key roles in the global conversation about environmental issues – on campus, at the State House, in boardrooms, and at the United Nations.
At Brown, and within IBES, we celebrate diversity in all its forms, and work together to create a collaborative, inclusive, and equitable work environment where everyone can achieve their professional goals.
The lab of Dr. Tyler Kartzinel at Brown University (www.kartzinellab.com) is seeking a Laboratory Manager to support research on the diets, microbiomes, genomes, and metagenomes of wildlife. The lab uses cutting-edge genetic technologies to advance major research in the field of molecular ecology; we work in close collaboration with major conservation organizations around the world with major support provided by the NSF, NIH, and others.
The Laboratory Manager will be responsible for the following:
The ideal start date will be Fall 2023, with some flexibility possible for the successful applicant. This is a potentially long-term position with a fixed-term contract. The initial end date will be October 31, 2024, but we expect to extend the position based on funding and performance.
Education and Experience
Applicants are asked to include a resume.
All offers of employment are contingent upon successful completion of a background check.
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Institute at Brown for Environment and Society
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