[phenixbb] HHMI X-ray lab manager/Research Scientist Job
Marcelo Carlos Sousa
Marcelo.Sousa at Colorado.EDU
Wed Nov 28 12:44:09 PST 2007
To all interested parties:
A Research Scientist / X-ray lab manager position in the lab of Tom
Cech in Boulder, Colorado is open.
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute, a leading biomedical research
organization, is seeking an experienced scientist to manage our X-ray
crystallography facility at the Cech research laboratory at the
University of Colorado campus in Boulder.
The facility is equipped with two Rigaku generators and R-Axis IV++
detectors for data collection, a linux cluster, and Macintosh
computers for calculations and graphics, and a Fluidigm microfluidics
crystallizer. The successful candidate will (1) Carry out routine
maintenance on these instruments and coordinate service under service
contracts; (2) perform routine Unix system administration and
crystallographic software management; (3) provide basic training in
the use of x-ray crystallographic equipment and software to users;
and (4) engage in independent or collaborative research.
Preferred qualifications include a Ph.D. degree in an appropriate
field of science or technology, and three years of experience in a
Research Specialist level position. Previous experience in Unix/Linux
system administration and routine maintenance of crystallography
hardware is essential.
HHMI offers an excellent salary and comprehensive benefits package.
Interested candidates please forward a statement of interest, CV,
publications and references by December 30, 2007 to Ms. Robbie
Haywood Oglesby, Administrative Assistant, 1200 Moursund Ave S101,
Houston, Texas 77030 or e-mail regiondjobs at hhmi.org (Include Research
Specialist - Cech Laboratory in the subject line of your e-mail).
Marcelo C. Sousa, Ph.D.
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Cristol Chemistry Building. Room 100
University of Colorado at Boulder
Boulder, CO 80309
Phone: (303) 735 4341
Fax: (303) 492 5894
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