Core Facilities Job Opportunities

Flow Cytometry

We are looking to fill a new Staff Scientist position in the West Campus Flow Cytometry core facility. 

Interested candidates should apply here.

Motivated applicants for the Staff Scientist position with a focus on support of our flow cytometry services will work in a multi-user facility and as part of a broader analytical services team. The Staff Scientist will provide technical flow cytometry support and instruct faculty, graduate student, and postdoctoral researchers in the use of various flow cytometers, including two cell sorters (BD FACSymphony S6 and BD FACSAria) and two cell analyzers (Cytec Aurora and Stratedigm S1000). Further tasks include (1) instrument maintenance such as diagnostic and preventive maintenance, diagnose and correct malfunctions, interact with equipment vendors to identify and resolve problems to ensure the equipment is in proper working order, (2) maintain an active web-presence in support of the core facility with accurate usage statistics and on-line instrument reservations tools (PPMS by Stratocore), (3) prepare and submit technical reports as requested, (4) keep abreast of developments in the field of flow cytometry to recommend, acquire and implement state-of-the-art services, instrumentation and accessories,  (5) install and maintain appropriate databases and software, and instruct researchers in their use, install and maintain computer hardware and software in support of the facility, and (6) collaborate with West Campus faculty, assist in the preparation of research papers and grant proposals as appropriate.

Mass Spectrometry

The West Campus Analytical Core (WCAC) at Yale University has an opening available immediately for highly qualified, highly motivated applicants for the position of Staff Scientist, with a focus on support of our mass spectrometry services. 

Interested candidates should apply here.

Reporting to the WCAC Director, the Staff Scientist will provide technical mass spectrometry support and instruct faculty, graduate student, and postdoctoral researchers in the use of various mass spectrometry and chromatography research instruments including several Thermo orbitrap-MS and nano-flow LC, and Agilent GC-MS, LC-MS, LC-QToF, and LC-QQQ. Further tasks are, (1) instrument maintenance such as diagnostic and preventive maintenance, diagnose and correct malfunctions, interact with equipment vendors to identify and resolve problems to ensure the equipment is in proper working order, (2) maintain an active web-presence in support of the core facility with accurate usage statistics and on-line instrument reservations tools (PPMS by Stratocore),  (3) prepare and submit technical reports as requested, (4) keep abreast of developments in the field of mass spectrometry to recommend, acquire and implement state-of-the-art services, instrumentation and accessories, (5) install and maintain appropriate databases and software, and instruct researchers in their use, install and maintain computer hardware and software in support of the facility, and (6) collaborate with West Campus faculty, assist in the preparation of research papers and grant proposals as appropriate.