Research Lab Manager Salary Range: $1988.80 to $3199.20 Bi-weekly
Responsibilities Under general supervision of Vice Chair of Research and Chief Administrative Officer, the Orthopaedic Surgery Research Lab Manager (Staff Research Associate III) supports faculty, residents, and students in conducting orthopaedic research projects. The incumbent contributes to the following research project tasks: study design; design, select, and assist with manufacturing experimental mechanical fixtures; develop protocols for and maintain laboratory equipment; instruct and supervise faculty, residents and students in use of equipment; and ensure compliance with lab protocols and safety standards, policies, and procedures. The Research Lab Manager will assist faculty, residents, and students in performing complex data gathering and analysis. This role serves to assist with conducting meaningful orthopaedic research aimed at discovering new orthopaedic practices to improve patient care.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS • THIS POSITION MAY BE SUBJECT TO A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION, DRUG SCREEN, LIVE SCAN FINGERPRINTING, MEDICAL EVALUATION CLEARANCE, AND FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY ASSESSMENT' THIS IS NOT AN H1B OPPORTUNITY. • Ability to lift lab equipment and chemicals weighing up to 50 lbs. and manual dexterity sufficient for thin sectioning of soft and mineralized tissues. • Ability to work overtime, weekends and holidays as need and travel between Sacramento and Davis campus locations. Occasional travel to national and society meetings may be required.
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The University of California, Davis is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
Qualifications REQUIRED: • Master's degree in Biomedical Engineering/Bioengineering, Mechanical Engineering, Molecular and Cellular Biology, and related fields or combination of education and experience. • Prior experience as a Research Associate or similar in orthopaedic and/or biomechanical research. • Experience performing biomechanical testing. • Experience with research involving animal studies, with capability of animal handling, including but not limited to animal surgery and anesthesia. • Substantial experience working with research procedures, including writing protocols (BUA and IACUC). • Experience with research results reporting and research-focused publications. • Expertise with data analysis and reporting.
PREFERRED: • Experience with, or ability to learn, machining and computer aided drafting/design programs.