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Lab Tech Position in Maine

Michael Palopoli mpalopol at Bowdoin.Edu
Wed Sep 26 14:20:51 EST 2001


A three-year, 35-hour per week, laboratory technician position is
available immediately for an NSF-sponsored project on molecular
evolution in nematodes.  The technician will be responsible for the
day-to-day operations of the lab, including ordering supplies and
equipment, taking care of stocks, and preparing solutions.  In
addition, the technician will participate in the experimental work,
data analysis, and figure preparation, and will have the opportunity
to contribute as an author on manuscripts.  The technician must be a
clear communicator as the project involves collaboration with
undergraduate biology students on a regular basis.  The position is
ideal for someone considering graduate school who wants paid
research experience before committing to a program.

Requirements include a bachelors degree in biology or related field
and strong organizational skills.  Research experience and
enthusiasm for the study of molecular evolution will be

This is a three-year, grant-funded position that may be extended if
additional grant funds are secured.

The position will remain open until a suitable candidate is
identified.  Hourly rate and benefits are competitive. Please submit
a letter of interest, resume, and the names and telephone numbers of
three references to the Manager of Employment, Human Resources
Department, McLellan Building, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME 4011.

Inquiries can also be sent to Mike Palopoli (mpalopol at bowdoin.edu).


Mike Palopoli, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor,
Biology Department,
Bowdoin College,
6500 College Station,
Brunswick, ME 04011

PH (lab):         (207) 725-3657
PH (home):     (207) 729-4263
FAX:               (207) 725-3405
E-mail: mpalopol at bowdoin.edu


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