Research Assistant III
|Department Name:||Biology - Laborda|
|Position Type:||Full Time|
|Position Title||Research Assistant III|
|Position Summary:|| |
The California Institute for Biomedical Research (Calibr) is seeking talented Research Associate candidates in the area of cell biology, interdisciplinary team of scientists focused on early stage translational research.
|Position Description|| |
Plan and conduct complex or novel research projects that involve the performance of non-routine procedures, development of new or improved techniques and evaluation criteria, thorough data analysis and complex interpretations of results; assist in designing experiments; operate sophisticated scientific lab equipment; may plan and conduct a small or average size project or a large portion of a more diverse project; may supervise or provide work direction and training to a small staff of professional-level employees; perform other related duties, tasks and responsibilities as required or assigned.
|Location:||San Diego, California|
|Physical Requirements:|| |
Details of established essential functions for this position will be addressed/discussed during the interview process.
|Basic Qualifications:|| |
Requires a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant scientific discipline or an equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience from which comparable knowledge, skill and abilities have been attained. Requires a minimum of 5 years experience. Candidates possessing a Master’s degree, 3+ years experience required.
|Job Closing Date:|
|Open Until Filled||Yes|
|Job Posting Category||Scientific & Technical|
|EEO Statement|| |
The Scripps Research Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristic or status.
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: http://careers.scripps.edu/postings/18583