Oversee all operations of the EM Facility including supervision of staff, operations and troubleshooting of Transmission and Scanning Electron microscopes. Provide technical consultation to the academic staff to optimize use of the microscopes to support research objectives. Provide hands-on training to facility users. Assure established standards of quality are met and that the facility remains state-of-the art. Perform administrative duties that include preparation of reports, budgets and charge backs to facility users.
Applicants must have a PhD in Biology or other related areas and several years of experience with conventional electron microscopy and immunoelectron microscopy in an analytical research and development or academic environment. Experience with mammalian tissue is essential. A record of productivity and management experience is desirable.