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Veterinary Research Technician Position

Hiring Organization:
Texas Biomedical Research Institute

Date Posted:
2018-11-08

Position Description:
The Veterinary Research Technician I in the ABSL-4 will provide general care and handling of animals, assist with procedures in support of immunogenicity and efficacy studies. Assist with documentation of data and perform other duties as detailed in job description. Performs other duties as assigned. This position will report to the Veterinary Research Technician Supervisor.

Qualifications/Experience:
EDUCATION/ EXPERIENCE/SKILLS:
Education:
Required: High school diploma or general equivalency diploma.
Preferred: Sixty (60) hours from an accredited college or university or Associate Degree from an accredited college or university OR high school diploma or general equivalency diploma plus experience. Preferred Major: Science
Experience:
Required: Two or more years of job specific experience.
Preferred: If candidate has 60 hours from an accredited college or university or an Associate?s degree, no experience is required. If candidate has a high school diploma, requires two years of closely related experience. Must be able to demonstrate expertise in their technical field in order to be assigned this classification. Must be able to follow directions as given by supervisor. Experience caring for non-human primates.
SKILLS:
Preferred: Experience with assays in support of animal studies including, flow cytometry, ELISA, IFA, PCR and cell culture techniques.

Contact Information:
Linda Cipriano
8715 W. Military Drive
San Antonio, TX 78227
USA

Telephone Number:
210-258-9699

Fax Number:
210-258-9153

Website:
https://www.txbiomed.org/employment/job-opportunities/

E-mail Address:
lcipriano@txbiomed.org

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