[Cytometry] Flow Cytometry Technologist Position Open
Joel M. Sederstrom
greystorm at gmail.com
Tue Apr 30 11:35:21 EDT 2013
Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) has an opening for a Flow Cytometry
Technologist starting in July. See the description below. Please contact me
directly if interested, know of someone whom is or if you have any
questions at all.
BCM is a great research institution with a top notch graduate program. The
Cytometry and Cell Sorting Core is a positive and friendly work
If you are looking for an opportunity please check this one out.
Joel M. Sederstrom
Joel M. Sederstrom, M.S.
Director, Cytometry and Cell Sorting Core
Baylor College of Medicine
email: sederstr at bcm.edu
Position: Flow Cytometry Technologist
The Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting Core Facility is seeking an exceptional
candidate to fill the full-time position of Flow Cytometry Technologist.
Salary will be commensurate with applicable experience and qualifications.
Excellent benefits include employer contributed 401(k), medical, dental and
vision. Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
- Independently operating flow cytometry instrumentation for
analysis and cell sorting
- Interacting with researchers for experiment set-up,
scheduling and sorting/analysis of samples, and helping with equipment
questions and problems
- Assisting in daily operation of facility including
monitoring equipment usage and reagent supply and recording billing time
- Troubleshooting instruments and interacting with Service
Bachelor's degree in a basic science or equivalent education and work
experience. A combination of education and/or experience in flow cytometry,
including analysis and cell sorting is desirable but not essential since
full training will be given. Basic computing skills are required including
the ability to work in both a Mac and PC. Excellent command of oral and
written English language and interpersonal skills are essential.
Our growing Cytometry and Cell Sorting Core Facility houses a BD
LSRFortessa, two BD LSRIIs, a BD FACS CantoII, Invitrogen Attune as well as
three BD FACS AriaII cell sorters. Additionally there is a Vi-CELL
Viability Analyzer and Automated Magnetic Bead Cell Separator. For more
information please see our website at: www.bcm.edu/flowcytometry
Baylor College of Medicine (BCM):
BCM in Houston is recognized as a premiere academic health science center
and is known for excellence in education, research and patient care. BCM is
ranked in the top 10% among the nation's graduate schools for biomedical
Texas Medical Center TMC & Houston:
All 46 institutions of the Medical Center are not-for-profit, and are
dedicated to the highest standards of patient care, research, and
education. The Texas Medical Center is located in the center of the
nation’s fourth largest city, Houston, TX a vibrant international city,
with the nearby Houston Zoo, Museum District, Rice Village, and Downtown
Applications for this position can be made directly to Joel M. Sederstrom.
For more information or inquiries please contact Core Director Joel M.
Sederstrom at sederstr at bcm.edu. To ensure things go smoothly please also
send CV’s to Mr. Sederstrom.
More information about the Cytometry