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Flow Cytometry Technician

Organization: Champalimaud Foundation
Date Posted: 3/26/2020
Posted By: Ana Vieira
City: Lisbon
Country: Portugal
Primary Category: Research
Type of Position: Full-Time
Education Requirement: Bachelor's
Experience Requirement: < 1 year

Description & Details

Champalimaud Research has an open position for a Flow Cytometry Technician for the Flow Cytometry Platform that will support the various research areas in the center. We are looking for highly motivated individuals who are enthusiastic about a career in science but are seeking beyond a traditional academic or lab position. As Flow Cytometry Technician, you will work at the interface of cutting edge technology and high-impact research. You will have access to a variety of advanced facilities and technical resources. You should be eager to contribute to an intensely collaborative environment and enjoy the challenge of participating deeply in diverse scientific projects. The platform supports all Champalimaud Research laboratories, providing comprehensive training for independent use of analytical instruments and sorts samples at biosafety levels 1 and 2.

The Flow Cytometry Technician is expected to:

- Run Cell Sorters/Analysers to meet the needs of all Platform end users (FACSAria Fusion, LSR Fortessa X20 and FACSCanto II)

- Provide support and technical advice for independent users of analytical instruments – Ensure quality control on all instruments available

- Ensure data, run templates, sort reports and all associated documents per end user are uploaded into appropriate Platform archival and intranet systems

- Perform other duties as requested by the supervisor

How to Apply / Contact
If you are interested in this position please find more information here: http://neuro.fchampalimaud.org/en/careers/position/214/

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