The University at Buffalo’s Genomics & Bioinformatics Core (GBC), located in the New York State Center of Excellence in
Bioinformatics & Life Sciences (CBLS), has an opening for a junior level technician.
The GBC is a university asset providing next-generation sequencing and gene expression services to both academia and industry. Along with supporting academic research, the GBC plays a critical role in UB’s economic development mission by collaborating with industry partners/clients to support their R&D needs.
The candidate should have molecular biology skills including DNA/cDNA/RNA preparation and quality control; designing and performing PCR assays, operating standard platforms used in molecular biology such as the plate reader, spectrophotometer, PCR machines, experience in sterile techniques and analytical skills.
In addition to lab bench activities, this position will help the senior technician with routine instrument maintenance, purchasing reagents and consumables, and assisting with compliance policies.
Excellent computer and organizational skills are essential.
Some knowledge of next-generation sequencing is desirable.
Outstanding Benefits Package
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Associate’s degree in Biotechnology, Biochemistry or closely related field or two years formal training and at least three years of experience in a lab based setting.
BS or BS/MS degree in Biotechnology, Biochemistry or closely related field.
One year of experience in molecular biology and data analysis with a working knowledge of nucleic acid preparation methods and quality control or demonstrated proficiency in PCR based assays.