[Ecophysiology] University of Wyoming - Isotope Lab Manager

Dave Williams via ecophys%40net.bio.net (by dgw from uwyo.edu)
Fri Jul 16 14:49:24 EST 2010


Research Scientist Position
Stable Isotope Laboratory Manager
(Position # 1403)
 
The University of Wyoming Stable Isotope Facility in the Department of
Renewable Resources seeks a suitably qualified research scientist and stable
isotope facility manager. Duties will include supervising the operation of
the facility and other personnel, operation of isotope ratio mass
spectrometers, optical spectrometers and inlet systems, calibrations, data
analysis, record-keeping and client support and training. Participation in
the instruction and training of graduate students and research scientists in
the application of isotope measurement techniques is expected. Minimum
qualifications include: experience operating, maintaining and repairing gas
source isotope ratio mass spectrometers and supporting analytical and
preparative instrumentation; experience with supervising laboratory
personnel. Preferred qualifications include: MS or PhD degree in relevant
discipline, or a BS degree with equivalent experience; computer programming
and troubleshooting of computer software/hardware; database construction and
management; web page design and management; design, assembly and
troubleshooting of electronic circuits and laboratory mechanical systems;
experience with environmental research. This is a permanent, full-time
(12-month) appointment as an Academic Professional Research Scientist with a
starting date of September 1, 2010. Salary is competitive and health
insurance and retirement benefits are included.
 
Applicants should submit their curriculum vitae, a letter of interest, and
names and contact information for three references to: Dr. David G. Williams
(dgw from uwyo.edu), Department of Renewable Resources, University of Wyoming,
Laramie, WY, 82071. Review of applications will begin on August 10, 2010.
 
The University of Wyoming is committed to diversity and endorses principles
of affirmative action. We acknowledge that diversity enriches and sustains
our scholarship and promotes equal access to our educational mission.  We
seek and welcome applications from individuals of all backgrounds,
experiences, and perspectives.
 
 

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