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Technician position - Chicago

Dave Featherstone featherstone at biology.utah.edu
Tue Jun 18 17:41:47 EST 2002

Position available: One full-time laboratory technician, starting 
September 1, 2002 or after.

Pay: Depends on experience.  Probably $25,000-30,000/year (+benefits).

If hired, you will have the opportunity to work in a newly-renovated 
large laboratory space shared by two research groups (Drosophila 
synapse development & C. elegans synapse function) within the 
Department of Biological Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago 
(downtown Chicago, easily accessible via bus, train, etc).

Your primary duties will include (depending on education and 
experience): Drosophila stock supervision, fly genetics, and 
molecular biology.  Applicants should have experience in one or more 
of these areas.  Highly motivated and experienced individuals will 
have opportunities to lead research projects and author papers.  I 
recognize that some talented individuals may be considering a career 
within a biotech company or getting a graduate degree.  That's great; 
I'm happy to help individuals meet any long-term career goals that 
are compatible with a productive (1 year +) stint in my lab. Of 
course, I'm also very interested in people who would love nothing 
more than to work in my lab forever.

Applicants should send (email is best) a copy of their C.V. and the 
names of at least two references to:

Dave Featherstone
University of Utah
Department of Biology
257 South 1400 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
featherstone at biology.utah.edu

[Before August 1, 2002]

Dave Featherstone
University of Illinois at Chicago
Department of Biological Sciences
840 West Taylor
Chicago, IL 60607
def at uic.edu

[After August 1, 2002]
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