Research Assistant Professor
The University of Utah seeks a Facility Manager for the new Beckman Center for Cryo-EM that will house an FEI Titan Krios equipped with a K2(K3) detector, energy filter, and Volta phase plate. The successful candidate will report directly to the Director of the EM Core Facility and will primarily be responsible for overseeing day-to-day facility operations. These responsibilities include:
- Maintaining the TEM and supporting equipment
- Assisting, training, and advising users in the cryo-EM pipeline, including sample preparation and data collection
- Providing preliminary data processing support
- Scheduling and coordinating user logistics
- Maintaining computational hardware and software, including data archiving
- Liasing with administrative and IT personnel as needs arise
Qualified candidates should have a PhD or equivalent experience in structural biology or a related field and extensive experience in single particle cryo-EM. Experience with cryo-tomography is helpful, but not required. Excellent communication skills are necessary to work with facility users.
Please apply online at http://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/68977
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