The Department of Surgery and Cancer at Imperial College London is seeking to appoint an experienced Technician to provide laboratory management and general research support.
Duties and responsibilities
Your key duties will include:
- General laboratory management, including ordering of consumables, equipment maintenance, liaising with engineers and estates, liquid nitrogen, responding to -80 freezer alarms and defrosting, lab coat laundry, adherence to Good Laboratory Practice, induction training, basic lab training, writing and review of Risk Assessments and SOPs
- Train staff / students in a number of routine laboratory tasks, including tissue culture, RNA extraction, flow cytometry and immunochemistry. Perform quantitative PCR analysis in collaboration with individual researchers.
- Contribute to the development of study design, protocols and standard operating procedures (SOPs).
- Work closely with the Laboratory Manager and Research Group Leaders to ensure the smooth running of the laboratory.
You must hold a bachelor’s degree in a biological science or related field, or an equivalent vocational qualification and/or equivalent experience in a relevant technical or scientific role. You must have experience in laboratory-based research and experience in laboratory management.
This post is offered on a full time, open ended basis.
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Please note that job descriptions cannot be exhaustive and the post-holder may be required to undertake other duties, which are broadly in line with the above key responsibilities.
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