Kelly® Science & Clinical is seeking Molecular Biologist professionals who are eager to bring the latest scientific discoveries to life in order to create a brighter, safer and healthier future for all. If you're passionate about shaping the world we live in and ready for a new challenge, this may be the perfect opportunity for you.
The Molecular Biologist will research and study cellular molecules and organelles to understand cell function and organization. Responsibilities:
- Supervises technical staff and postdoctoral research fellows.
- Directs, coordinates, organizes, and prioritizes biological laboratory activities.
- Instructs undergraduate and graduate students of cellular and molecular biology.
- Provides scientific direction for project teams regarding the evaluation or handling of devices, drugs, or cells for in vitro and in vivo disease models.
- Designs molecular or cellular laboratory experiments, oversees their execution, and interprets results. Maintains accurate laboratory records and data.
- Conducts research on cell organization and function, including mechanisms of gene expression, cellular bioinformatics, cell signaling, or cell differentiation.
- Performs laboratory procedures following protocols including deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) sequencing, cloning and extraction, ribonucleic acid (RNA) purification, or gel electrophoresis.
- Prepares reports, manuscripts, and presentations.
- Monitors or operates specialized equipment such as gas chromatographs and high-pressure liquid chromatographs, electrophoresis units, thermocyclers, fluorescence activated cell sorters, and phosphor-imagers.
- Develops assays that monitor cell characteristics.
- Coordinates molecular or cellular research activities with scientists specializing in other fields. Evaluates new technologies to enhance or complement current research.
- Develops guidelines for procedures such as the management of viruses.
- Verifies that financial, physical, and human resources assigned to research or development projects are used as planned.
- Bachelor's degree in biology or a related field required. Master's degree preferred.
- Five years of related experience required.
- General knowledge of biology and scientific research methods.
- Strong critical thinking and evaluative skills.
- Demonstrated ability to manage research projects.
- Experience with CRISPR/experience with transfection and transduction.
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