Science Facilities Coordinator
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- Manage and oversee the Departmental shared equipment and shared work areas.
- Repair small items of equipment from individual labs
- Maintain instruments in Common Equipment Rooms and Dark Room
- Check on instrument operation
- Create and maintain Emergency Contact Cards for freezers, refrigerators and controlled temp rooms
- Maintain oil pumps, lyophilzer, Speed Vac dryers, and gel dryers.
- Maintain fume hoods.
- Maintain liquid Nitrogen supply.
- Keep rotors for the ultracentrifuges and high speed centrifuges.
- Manage service contracts of equipment and tissue culture hoods.
- Perform annual equipment inventory for the department (complete necessary paperwork).
- Maintenance of freezers, allocation of space, emergency team lists.
- Maintain Departmental light microscopes.
- Liaise between the Engineering department and Departments on problems with equipment or research facilities.
- Instrument repair:
- Have broken instrument repaired in Departmental Research Facilities and individual labs.
- Oversee and update instrument service contracts
- Minor equipment repair: Pipettmen, stirrers, shakers, electrophoresis equipment etc.
- Maintain automatic X-ray developer; replenish the fixer and developer in darkroom for X-ray developer. Order fixer and developer for film processor.
- Run the Departmental Media Facility: Plate Making Service providing LB + antibodies and LB plates and Liquid LB media. Other types of plates upon request.
- Manage the Department's audio-visual equipment.
- Trouble shoot problems at presentations by outside seminar speakers, student invites speakers, Work-In Progress Seminar.
- Maintain Departmental printers
- Train students and post-doctoral fellows in the use of all shared Departmental equipment.
- Regularly update the Departmental Website.
- Set up conference room for bimonthly chalk talks, weekly WIPs and invited seminar lunches.
- Bachelor's Degree with a Science major
- 3-5 years of related experience in equipment maintenance, as well as computer experience, administrative and organizational skills.
Scientific Facilities Coordinator, Department of Developmental and Molecular Biology Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York: The Department is seeking a person who is capable of organizing and maintaining common equipment and shared facilities and repairing equipment (microcentrifuges, shakers etc). Candidates should have knowledge of electronic and mechanical aspects of equipment maintenance and computer experience. The successful candidate will be responsible for communicating with the users about care and use of the shared equipment and will report to the Departmental Shared Facilities Committee. The Albert Einstein College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.
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