Position Announcement (fwd)

Conrad E. Firling cfirling at d.umn.edu
Tue Oct 20 10:36:29 EST 1998


The Department of Biology at the University of Minnesota-Duluth (UMD) is
searching for a full-time lab coordinator to assist with the delivery of
cell biology, molecular biology, and microbiology classes.  The
Department of Biology currently employs one lab coordinator and this
search will add a second position.  We would appreciate your help in
bringing this job opportunity to the attention of any interested
persons.  The application deadline is November 14, 1998. Thank you for
helping us identify candidates for this
position.


BIOLOGY LABORATORY COORDINATOR

100% time position, Dept. of Biology, University of Minnesota, Duluth
(UMD). Applicants must have bachelors degree in biological sciences and
experience in laboratory management or support; masters degree in
biologi-cal sciences preferred. Work as part of a team to provide
general lab support to department teaching and research missions;
provide support for selected lab courses in cell/molecular biology and
related areas; maintain biology stockroom and operation, including
inventory and ordering of chemicals, glassware, and supplies; serve as
dept safety coordinator, including hazard-ous waste handling; train and
supervise stockroom student employees; maintain and coordinate repair of
lab equipment and instrumentation; cell/molecular biology
techniques/software experience; instructional experi-ence; and strong
communication and computer skills.  Send letter of appli-cation,
curriculum vitae, transcripts (copies ok), name, address, and phone
number of three references to: Dr. C. E. Firling, Department of Biology,
University of Minnesota, 10 University Drive, Duluth, MN 55812-2496.
Postmark deadline November 14, 1998. The University of Minnesota is an
equal opportunity educator and employer.

UMD is a mid-sized comprehensive university of 7,500 students located in
Duluth and overlooking Lake Superior, the largest freshwater lake in the
world.  The city stretches nearly 25 miles along the 600-foot-high
headlands of the lake.  Duluth is a popular tourist attraction and a
busy international port hundreds of miles from the ocean.  The region
offers numerous cultural opportunities including the Duluth-Superior
Symphony Orchestra, Minnesota Ballet, Duluth Art Institute, Depot
Museum, and Duluth Play-house (the nation's oldest continuous community
theater) in addition to unlimited recreational activities including:
kayaking, skiing, sailing, hiking, biking and Boundary Waters Canoe Area
Wilderness canoeing and camping. Information on the campus and Duluth
can be obtained from the UMD web site (http://www.d.umn.edu).


_____________________________________________________________________
Conrad E. Firling
Department of Biology
University of Minnesota, Duluth
10 University Drive
Duluth, Minnesota 55803

Tel: (218) 726-7270
Fax: (218) 726-8142
mailto:cfirling at d.umn.edu









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