Technician and lab manager positions available in the Duffy Lab at Michigan!

In addition to having two postdoctoral positions available (more info here, review of postdoc applications begins on March 1st), the Duffy Lab at the University of Michigan is searching for a technician and a lab manager. The technician and lab manager position applications will be available until Feb 26 2021. The projected start date for both positions is June 2021 in Ann Arbor.

Technician position:
The responsibilities for this position include maintaining Daphnia, algae, and parasite cultures, field sampling of lakes in the Ann Arbor area, carrying out lab experiments, helping to develop and test protocols, assisting with general lab maintenance and upkeep, and organizing and maintaining protocols. This position requires an Associate’s degree or higher; a Bachelor’s in biology, ecology, microbiology, or environmental science is preferred.

More information, including on how to apply, is available here. Any questions can be directed to Meghan Duffy (duffymeg@umich.edu).

Lab manager position:
The responsibilities for this position include many of the same responsibilities as those for the technician position, but also include working independently to analyze data, coordinating the field sampling and lab personnel, supervising hourly employees, and leading development and testing of protocols and equipment. This position requires a Bachelors degree in science with 1-3 years of experience; a Master’s degrees in biology, ecology, microbiology, or environmental science is preferred.

More information, including on how to apply, is available here. Any questions can be directed to Meghan Duffy (duffymeg@umich.edu).

A flat bottomed rowboat loaded with oars, pfds, and sampling equipment, on the edge of a large lake on a calm day. Big puffy clouds are visible in the sky and reflected in the lake's surface
Photo credit: Bruce O’Brien

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