LAS Animal Technician USAlphanumeric SystemsCollegeville, PAThe LaboratoryAnimal Technician will participate with all study delivery components including study support (dosing, blood sampling etc.) and a core animal care, husbandry, and welfare program and daily animal facility requirements to ensure in vivo studies are successfully completed and that the 'focus on the project' culture is developed and maintained at all times.LAS Animal Technician USAlphanumericCollegeville, PAThe Animal Technician is a professional animal care specialist who, in accordance with standard operating procedures and regulatory requirements performs a wide variety of duties necessary to ensure the care, welfare, enrichment and well-being of all laboratory animals entrusted to their care.
Nebraska Medicine is now taking applications for a talented individual to join us as a Lab testing coordinator - Point of Care Coordinator.
As a lab technician you will work for the world leader in the industry, with a career where you can expand your skills and knowledge.
Study Technician - Animal OperationsLabcorpMonona, WIHere, you can apply your scientific curiosity in Biology, Animal Science, Zoology, Animal Behavior, Veterinary Technology, Dairy Science, Equine Science or similar majors to pursue advances in animal welfare and research the effectiveness, safety and toxicity of drugs in early development animal research studies.Program Support CoordinatorAlaka'ina Foundation Family of CompaniesSilver Spring, MDThe Alaka`ina Foundation Family of Companies (FOCs) has a potential need for a Program Support Coordinator, to provide technical services for uniform, consistent, high-quality animal husbandry, and technical support services by utilizing experienced and well-trained staff, preferably certified by the American Association for LaboratoryAnimal Science (AALAS.Animal TechnicianDana FarberBoston, MAOperating and maintaining laboratoryanimal husbandry equipment including, but not limited to laminar flow work benches, biosafety cabinets/ hoods, ventilated air racks, autoclaves, sterilizers, and cage wash equipment.Research Animal Caretaker - 2Texas a & M UniversityCollege Station, TXThe program's facilities and services are available for all Texas A&M campus affiliated faculty, staff, and students who have been approved to conduct animal research by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC.
Transparency in hiring refers to the open and honest communication and information sharing that takes place between employers and job candidates. It encompasses all aspects of the hiring process, from posting job descriptions to providing feedback on performance during and after the interview process. In today's job market, hiring transparency has become increasingly important for both employers and candidates alike.
Animal Technician AssociateUniversity of MichiganAnn Arbor, MICertification of American Association for LaboratoryAnimal Science - Assistant LaboratoryAnimal Technician within 4 months of eligibility. Paid, hands-on animal experience at a farm, pet shop, zoo, animal rehabilitation center, or through animal-related course work, etc. Full-timeLaboratory Animal TechnicianBioqualRockville, MDBS in Biology, Animal Science or a related field; or completion of college level LaboratoryAnimal Technician program; or at least a high school diploma, ALAT, LAT or LAT'G certification from AALAS and at least 1 additional year of experience in biomedical research. Full-timeLaboratory Animal Technician 2Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (Columbus)Columbus, OHCurrent AALAS registration as LaboratoryAnimal Technician or certification. LaboratoryAnimal Technician 2. In support of The Ohio State Universitys Research and Innovation activities, the selected candidate will work within Enterprise for Research, Innovation and Knowledge (ERIK) supporting the University LaboratoryAnimal Resources (ULAR) mission of providing humane animal care and facilitating biomedical research discoveries.Veterinary Technician IGeorgia TechAtlanta, GAAssistant LaboratoryAnimal Technician American Association for LaboratoryAnimal Science certification within 12 months of hire. Two years lab animal GLP or veterinary medicine experience with college degree; One of year lab animal GLP or veterinary medicine experience with veterinary technician certification.
In the current candidate-driven job market, recruiters are looking for unique ways to attract talent. Some have resorted to even (dare we say it?) recruitment strategies on the border of weird and wacky. What can we learn from the unusual recruitment tactics that are being used and actually getting results? Here’s a rundown of some unique recruitment strategies that actually work.
If you’re like most of us, you’d love to be wealthier. Having more money would alleviate stress. It would make it easier to pay your bills and buy nicer things. Maybe it’d allow you to spend more time with your kids and go on more vacations. You’re not alone if you wish you could somehow earn a more significant income.
Compliance SpecialistLoyola University ChicagoChicago, IL2-5 years of experience in compliance management involving one or more of the following areas: human subjects protection, lab animal care, biosafety, laboratory safety. 2-5 years of experience in compliance management involving one or more of the following areas: human subjects’ protection, lab animal care, biosafety, laboratory safety.
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jobsearcher.com/blogHow Far Back Should a Resume Go, Exactly?If you’re reading this article, then chances are you’re looking for a new job and want to whip your resume into shape. But lots of questions can arise as you begin to do that. After all, most of us aren’t career coaches or resume experts. One common question that job hunters frequently ask is: how far back should a resume go? As in, should you list all of your work history – even if it stretches on for years – or should you be more selective?
jobsearcher.com/blogStructured vs Unstructured InterviewsThe goal of an interview is to evaluate candidates based on their skills, personality, and knowledge. You want to choose the BEST candidate from your candidate pool, so the interview is something you can't mess up. As you begin planning your interview process, one of the major decisions you'll face is whether the interview should be a structured vs unstructured interview. So let's take a dive into the differences and sort out which circumstances warrant which interview process.