Associate Research Scientist Position in the Giraldez laboratory
Department of Genetics, Yale University School of Medicine
The Giraldez laboratory at Yale University is seeking to recruit a highly qualified Associate Research Scientist as a long-term scientist in the laboratory (http://www.giraldezlab.org). Prerequisites for appointment on the research scientist track include a doctoral degree and relevant postdoctoral experience. This is a non-tenured track faculty appointment under the principal investigator. (https://medicine.yale.edu/facultyaffairs/appts/ap_procedures/nonladder.aspx)
The qualifications for this position are post-doctoral experience with an extensive publication record in high quality journals, track record of leadership skills, and outstanding commitment to research. Expertise in molecular biology, chromatin biology, developmental biology, genomics, and/or imaging will be highly regarded in evaluating the candidates.
The goals of this long-term scientist position are to mentor and manage day to day operations in the laboratory, in addition to drive a successful scientific project aligned with the major interests of the laboratory. This scientist will work closely with Dr. Giraldez and individual scientists in the laboratory to provide mentoring and guidance in the day to day operations. This appointment can be renewed indefinitely as long as the need for the position continues, the funding for the position is available, and the expectations for performance are met.
To apply to this position please submit: 1) One page cover letter describing motivation for the position, research experience, mentoring/managerial experience, 2) biosketch or CV, 3) three letters of references and 4) the PDF of three publications using the Interfolio Link: https://apply.interfolio.com/50482.
For inquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include “Associate Research Scientist” in the subject of the email.
Yale University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. Yale values diversity among its students, staff, and faculty and strongly welcomes applications from women, persons with disabilities, protected veterans, and underrepresented minorities.