Instructional Laboratory Instrumentation Manager - Laboratory Manager I

Location
Atlanta, Georgia
Salary
65,000-80,000 annual
Posted
Mar 17, 2021
Closes
Apr 10, 2021
Field of specialization
Education
Job Type
Full time

The SCHOOL OF CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY of the GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY invites applications for a 12-month, permanent, staff position working as an “Instructional Laboratory Instrumentation Manager” (Laboratory Manager I). The position is targeted at individuals with an MS degree and relevant laboratory instrumentation experience, but candidates with BS and PhD degrees will be considered.

Instructional Laboratory Instrumentation Manager” (Laboratory Manager I). Please apply for the position by visiting the Georgia Tech CAREERS Employment website at https://hr.gatech.edu/employment/careers.  Once there, click the link under the “External Applicants” section, then click on “View All Jobs”, type in the Job ID 220482 in the “Search Job” field and click enter.  Select highlighted job posting to open.  Click “Apply for Job” button to create a new user registration and apply for the position.  The deadline for applying for the position is April 9th, 2021.

This position will work with faculty from across the college of sciences to provide for the setup/configuration, calibration, operation, troubleshooting, maintenance and cleaning of a wide range of laboratory equipment in our undergraduate instructional laboratories, which may include chromatographs, spectrometers (IR, Raman, UV-Vis, NMR, fluorescence), lasers, electronics associated with data acquisition, oscilloscopes, microscopes, cameras and other instruments as needed. The position will order and maintain a stock of supplies/consumables to support the operation of the laboratory instruments and ensure that equipment is available and ready for use in scheduled laboratory experiments. The position requires a good working knowledge of desktop computers. Experience with interfacing using LabView would be beneficial. Experience with the design, construction and maintenance of laboratory electronics would also be beneficial.