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This lab aide position is part-time, 15- 19 hours per week, with the Chapuis Lab in the Clinical Research Division’s Program in Immunology. The aide will perform routine laboratory tasks under close supervision of the lab manager or other lab personnel.
This position will support a large lab group. Duties will include the maintenance of critical equipment, re-stocking tissue culture supplies and reagents, monitoring glassware, taking weekly inventory, processing biohazard waste and other housekeeping chores. Some light clerical duties to assist administrator. Many opportunities to train and learn about the laboratory and research as you progress. Other duties as assigned. The aide will be able to operate and schedule their time independently once trained.