Johns Hopkins University Research Technologist in Baltimore, Maryland
The Department of Epidemiology is seeking a casual Research Technologist that will assist with the day to operations of the specimen management lab. Work with a repository of frozen specimens for epidemiological studies. Responsible for key aspects of clinical research projects and quality assurance for state and federal regulatory compliance requirements for a certified clinical lab.
Provide support to multi-site biological repository service center and longitudinal, epidemiological studies of HIV infection, hepatitis infection, Autism, Cancer and other chronic disease
Duties to include, but not limited to, daily entering of laboratory data into databases using specialized software for biological specimen cataloguing and archiving
Separation of blood samples into plasma, serum, and other blood components. Performance of phlebotomy on clinical research participants
Other duties as assigned
Bachelor's degree in biology, chemistry or related field.
Some related post-undergraduate work experience preferred. Experience gained through college level classwork in the sciences or summer employment. Biological science coursework, or experience in a biological laboratory is preferred. Previous experience with Phlebotomy or a possession of a phlebotomy certification.
Special knowledge, skills, and abilities:
Complete annual biohazard/safety training. Working knowledge of Excel, data entry skills, organization, team player and attention to detail.
Technical qualifications or specialized certifications:
General working knowledge of computers including Microsoft Excel
Any specific physical requirements for the job:
Work is subject to precise measures of quantity and quality and include extremes of cold .
Starting Salary Range : $13.73 - $18.87
Employee Group : Casual
Schedule : 20 hrs.
Employee Subgroup: Non-Exempt
Department Name: Epidemiology
Personnel area : School of Public Health
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