Saturday, 14 March 2015

Fancy working in my lab?


I've currently got three positions open in my lab and thought I'd use this blog as another way to get the message out to prospective candidates. Two people recently moved onto new jobs; one in Inivata (the first spin-out from CRUK-CI) and one at AbCam, and another person was recently promoted. We're also busy so we're also recruiting for a six-month temporary contract to help out with the sequencing services.

If you want to see what the lab does please take a look at our lab website and you may have seen us on Twitter.

The posts:

The posts will all be involved in providing Next-Generation Sequencing and library preparation services; including nucleic acid and library quant (with KAPA); setting up, monitoring and troubleshooting Illumina HiSeq, NextSeq and MiSeq sequencers; and library prep using a diversity of methods, such as Exome-seq, ChIPseq, and RNASeq - we do a lot of RNA-seq and Exomes. The senior post wil be responsible for the day-today operational management of the NGS service, and will work alongside their counterpart running the library prep services.

The Genomics core has been operational for 8 years and we've focused on NGS for 7 of those; it is an experienced lab doing exciting work with a diverse set of users from across the Cambridge, although our primary focus is on Cancer Research methods for scientists at the CRUK funded Cambridge Institute.

Please follow the links for details on applications rather than contacting me directly.

Thanks.

James.

PS: Closing date for all posts is 27 March 2015.


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