Molecular Production Lab TechActalentCypress, CAQC Technician, ELISA, Lab Tech, PCR, molecular biology, pipetting, aseptic technique, elisa assays. QC Technician, ELISA, Lab Tech,PCR,molecular biology,pipetting. Academic lab experience with pipetting, PCR or aseptic techniques is ideal and skills should be listed on resume. $21 - $23 an hourResearch Associate IIThe Translational Genomics Research InstitutePhoenix, AZHands-on experience with basic molecular biology techniques, including PCR, QRT-PCR, digital PCR, nucleic acid extractions, and NGS. Execute complex laboratory experiments such as analyte extractions (DNA, RNA, cfDNA) and QC (quantity, fragments size), PCR, sequencing library preparation, and more.
For better or worse, a side effect of the COVID-19 pandemic was a marked shift in talent acquisition practices worldwide. With the struggle to retain talent that began in 2020, companies have had to rethink recruitment strategies. The result has been new talent acquisition trends that are well on their way to becoming commonplace. These are the practices that are going to become even more widespread going into 2023.
You might have heard the word professionalism thrown around in the workplace, but do you know what it means? And do you know how to maintain professionalism no matter the circumstances?
Research Associate, NGS Library Prep, ContractorElement BiosciencesSan Diego, CAHands on experience with NGS Library Prep workflow, Library QC, PCR and qPCR workflow, SPRI clean-up, DNA/RNA extraction and quantification, etc. Hands on experience with nanodrop, gel electrophoresis, PCR/qPCR instrument, plate reader, and other standard bio-lab equipment.Manager, Assay DevelopmentCepheidSunnyvale, CAThe Manager, Assay Development is responsible for leading an R&D team to develop PCR and RT-PCR based in vitro diagnostic assays from early phase design (VOC and definition of specs) into technical feasibility, design verification, validation and product launch on the market.Associate Scientist IIICatalent Pharma Solutions, IncBaltimore, MDShould have the ability to perform RT-PCR/PCR assays, DNA/RNA gel electrophoresis. The Associate Scientist III functions independently and productively as an Analytical Scientist and is actively engaged in the process and product development within a dynamic project team. Full-timeAnalytical Sciences TechnicianAmplifybio, LLCWest Jefferson, OHExperienceconductingRT-qPCR,qPCR, Digital Droplet PCR, Digital PCR, or Next Generation Sequencingplatforms and Molecular Biology experiments. Bachelor’s degree in Molecular biology, Biochemistry, Immunology, Molecular Genetics, Cellular Biology, or a related field with 1-2 years of related work experience conducting cellular and or molecular experiments in a lab or production setting.
At the bottom of each job advertisement, companies label a role as salaried or hourly. Both methods will get you paid (yay), but each in very different ways. So, it's essential to figure out how does salary pay work? While employees paid by the hour are paid based on how long they work, employers pay salaried employees a fixed amount.
jobsearcher.com/blogThe Quiet Quitting PhenomenonThe term, quiet quitting, was coined in 2009, but only now is it gaining traction as young Millennials and Gen Z workers are experiencing record levels of burnout. With the pandemic and the state of the economy, young employees are feeling the pressure. So, quiet quitting comes into effect when that pressure is exasperated by work stress and no managerial support.
jobsearcher.com/blogHow Does Salary Range Work (With Examples)What are your salary expectations? Do you know? Establishing a salary that compensates you fairly and keeps you happy at work can feel like taking a shot in the dark. And employers sure don’t make learning budgets easy!
jobsearcher.com/blogGuide to Hiring a TeenagerTeenagers are full of life. They bring energy and adaptability that may be hard to get from older workers, but does that mean that hiring teens is beneficial? Well, it depends. As you debate whether or not you should integrate teenagers into your workforce, there are some things that you should know first.
jobsearcher.com/blog10 Best Tips to Find a Job When RelocatingAre you planning to move? That’s great news, but now you might wonder what that means for your job. Some people are lucky – they can relocate and keep working the same position as always, just remotely. For others, however, this isn’t an option. They must search for and land a job in their soon-to-be new city. This can be intimidating, given that getting a new job even under normal circumstances can be challenging. Now you’ll have to overcome additional hurdles. This article provides valuable tips on how to find a job in another state. Because it can be done! Read on to learn how.
jobsearcher.com/blogHow to Re-apply for Your Old Job ProfessionallyHave you recently started a new job only to find that you miss your old one? Maybe you didn’t realize how good you had it, and now you regret leaving. Don’t worry. You’re not the first person to feel this way, and you might even be able to return to your old job if you play your cards right.
jobsearcher.com/blogLooking for New Candidates?Before the turn of the century, recruiters could put their "help wanted" ads in the newspaper, and applications would pour in. Since then, recruiting has turned a new page. The use of the internet and other technologies allows recruiters to broaden their candidate pool for the simple reason being
jobsearcher.com/blogHow to Stall a Job Offer PolitelyYou did it! After several weeks of looking for a new job and undergoing grueling interviews, you finally have a job offer. Although this may be very exciting, accepting a job offer means that you’re making a long-term commitment to your future employer. So, even if you’re eager to leave your current job, this isn’t a decision you should take lightly.