Providence Health & Services Manager-Flow Cytometry Core in Portland, Oregon
Providence is calling a Manager-Flow Cytometry Core - Medical Research (1.0 FTE, Days) to Providence Portland Medical Center in Portland, OR
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We are seeking a Manager-Flow Cytometry Core - Medical Research that will be responsible for independently overseeing daily operations of Flow Cytometry Services at the Earle A. Chiles Research Institute. This includes, but is not limited to, customer interactions, experimental design, data generation & analysis, equipment management, personnel management and service transactions.
In this position you will have the following responsibilities:
Instrument maintenance, standardization, and quality assurance:
Establish and/or modifies and/or implements Standard Operating Procedures for routine instrument maintenance and performance evaluation
Perform instrument setup and acquisition of samples independently
Perform calibration/alignment, maintenance, trouble-shooting, repair of cytometers and associated facility instruments
Document instrument performance, maintenance, service and corrective actions in accordance with CLIA standards
Provide training for technicians and investigators with respect to the basics of the technology, instrument startup/shutdown and maintenance, data acquisition and transfer, and data analysis as needed
Experimental Design and optimization:
Work together with the laboratory Director to advise investigators regarding experimental design and data analysis
Educate core laboratory clients with respect to sample requirements for specific experimental goals
Work with investigators to explore and optimize current and emerging techniques
Assess inventory and order supplies when needed
Conduct operations of the facility within safety guidelines for instrument operation, as well as chemical and biological safety standards
Maintain reporting and billing, process costing and fee development, budget development and management
Manage technical staff including recruitment, training, tasking, goal-setting, development, mentoring and evaluation
Maintain technical currency, identify and assess developing technologies, platforms, reagents, and methods. Import and deploy as appropriate
Present novel assays and techniques to research group
Work independently or together with other laboratory staff to design and optimize new analytical methods
Work with Director to evaluate new and existing methods with respect to accuracy, precision and reproducibility
Propose changes as necessary to improve these measureables
Work independently or together with Director to establish analysis strategies for flow cytometry-based assays
Evaluate new tools for data analysis and data reduction. Train and implement others as required
Required qualifications for this position includes:
Bachelor's Degree OR Master's Degree in Biological sciences or related discipline
Specialized training (theoretical and practical) in the application and conduct of flow cytometry practices
Training in bacteriological, viral, chemical and physical safety
Five (5) years of related experience, to include supervisory/management experience
Demonstrated experience analyzing data from flow cytometry platforms using specialized analysis software and reducing that data to figures suitable for scientific presentations (FlowJo, DiVa and Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and other common tools)
Demonstrated success training and supervising others
Proficiency with Macintosh and PC computers and handheld devices
Able to work safely in a BSL2 environment
Able to safely work with lasers and high voltage
Able to work independently
Able to make and implement decisions quickly, efficiently and safely
Proficient knowledge of immunology, genetics, and flow cytometry
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Job Category: Project & Program Management (Non-Clinical)
Req ID: 317138