[Coral-List] Technician Position Opening for coral research

Cheryl Woodley cheryl.woodley at noaa.gov
Mon Apr 24 09:55:04 EDT 2006

Dear Colleagues,
Please distribute to those who may be interested.

*Biological Laboratory Technician Position*

*Immediate Opening*

An entry-level staff technician position is available to assist in 
conducting laboratory analyses directed at understanding fundamental 
biological processes in corals at the biochemical, cellular and 
molecular levels.
Laboratory work involves primarily the characterization of proteins
using one- and two-dimensional electrophoresis methods, ELISA and other
protein bioassays, duties may also include the use of biochemical,
molecular and cellular biology techniques and procedures involving DNA
purification, cloning and sequencing, and extraction, identification.

The work location will be at the NOAA National Ocean Service/Center for
Coastal Environmental Health and Biomolecular Research (CCEHBR),
Hollings Marine Laboratory, Charleston, SC. Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree with 2 years of laboratory experience techniques used
in biochemistry, cellular or molecular biology. A competency in
invertebrate systems as well as a working knowledge of protein chemistry
is desirable. Forward resume including a list and contact information
for three references to: Attention: Dr. Cheryl Woodley, NOAA NOS CCEHBR,
Hollings Marine Laboratory, 331 Ft Johnson Rd., Charleston, SC 29412.
Faxed or email applications will not be accepted. Closing Date:
Applications must be received by May 26, 2006. Award is expected to be
made on or before July 1, 2006. Salary: $28,000/year and includes health
benefits. Inquiries can be made to Dr. Cheryl Woodley at 843-762-8811 or
*Cheryl.woodley at noaa.gov* <mailto:Cheryl.woodley at noaa.gov>.

Cheryl Woodley, Ph.D.
Coral Health and Disease Program

Center for Coastal Environmental Health and Biomolecular Research
Hollings Marine Laboratory
331 Fort Johnson Rd
Charleston, SC 29412
843.762.8862 Phone
843.762.8737 Fax
cheryl.woodley at noaa.gov

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