Research Asst Tech Jobs Vacancy in University British Columbia Vancouver
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The position is for a full-time research assistant working in a cell biology laboratory whose focus is the physiology and pathophysiology of human and mammalian tendon fibroblasts. The laboratory is headed by Dr. Alex Scott, and is based in the Centre for Hip Health and Mobility, Robert Ho Research Centre, Vancouver Coastal Health and Research Institute.
The research assistant reports directly to Dr. Alex Scott, Associate professor in the Department of Physical Therapy.
e- Designs, modifies and performs complex experiments and systems and/or uses technically advanced procedures and conducts complex analysis and interpretation of experiments pertaining to tendon fibroblasts designed in conjunction with the PI.
- Co-develops and do-authors novel protocols for the study of tendon fibroblasts.
- Manages and oversees the daily operations of the laboratory including large purchase recommendations and inventory.
- Provides instruction and training in the use of specialized techniques and equipment in the laboratory to graduate students and new employees.
- Researches and determines the applicability of new technology and systems related to work.
- Co-authors scientific papers and assists in writing grant applications.
- Supervises, schedules and trains laboratory staff and may make recommendations with respect to hiring and
- Provides input into staff performance.
- Exercises a considerable amount of judgment, responsibility, and initiative in determining work procedures and methods, and coordinating the work of the laboratory.
- Performs other related duties as assigned.
The Research Assistant will receive direction from Dr Alex Scott. All experiments will be conducted collaboratively and with Dr. Scott's knowledge and consent. Works under minimum supervision, receiving specific instructions only on unusual problems or on matters which depart significantly from established policy and procedure.
May have supervisory responsibilities for a small group of employees or students at lower classifications and may have input into staff selection and performance evaluation, and collaborative input into student projects.
Consequence of Error/Judgement
Exercises independent scientific judgement on how to minimize experimental error and equipment failure. Responsible for daily, weekly, and monthly planning of experimental workflow for maximum efficience and minimal waste of laboratory resources. Maintains a laboratory notebook of all experiments, including those considered to have failed due to experimental error (e.g. cell death, contamination of reagents, inaccurate probes, etc). In case of serious or ongoing errors, position will be subject to termination.
Undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline or Graduation from a technical college or institute. PhD in Experimental Medicine or related discipline. Documented history of scholarly productivity in the field of tendon cell biology, preferably through published manuscripts. Minimum of 4 years of related experience or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence. An open and diverse community fosters the inclusion of voices that have been underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Metis, Inuit, or Indigenous person.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.