There is a vacancy for an X-Ray Laboratory Manager at the Institute for Structural and Molecular Biology at Birkbeck/UCL based at Birkbeck, University of London.
This is a permanent University Funded post. A brief description of the role is below and informal enquiries can be made to me (firstname.lastname@example.org). Closing date is the end of the 10th December 2017.
The Laboratory Manager role will ensure efficient day-to-day running of the X-ray Laboratory (including X-ray generators, detectors and crystallisation robots) for research staff and students in Biological Sciences, the ISMB and for external collaborators and hirers of the equipment; ensure that all safety procedures in the laboratory are implemented; provide training in use of equipment and to give general assistance in crystallography to students and research staff; keep abreast of new technologies and methodologies and assess and advise on the purchase of new equipment, software, and reagents.
The role holder will coordinate trips to synchrotrons and organise Beamline applications. The role holder will also contribute to teaching in the department through design, deliver and supervision of practicals, tutorials and projects in the general area of molecular biology and crystallography
-- Prof Nicholas H. Keep Executive Dean of School of Science Professor of Biomolecular Science Crystallography, Institute for Structural and Molecular Biology, Department of Biological Sciences Birkbeck, University of London, Malet Street, Bloomsbury LONDON WC1E 7HX email email@example.com Telephone 020-7631-6852 (Room G54a Office) 020-7631-6800 (Department Office) Fax 020-7631-6803 If you want to access me in person you have to come to the crystallography entrance and ring me or the department office from the internal phone by the door