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We see how diversity in our team enriches our environment and enables insights that enhance discovery and innovation. We understand the profound importance of a workplace that is a welcoming, inclusive and empowering environment, where every individual is heard and valued for their unique perspective and contribution.  We are a team that is strengthened by our diversity and by our commitment to treat everyone with respect, consideration, and professionalism, irrespective of their race, religion, ethnicity, culture, sex, gender identity, ability, or level of education.  We embrace these convictions, and will work to uphold them within our facility and in our communities.



Assistant or Associate Scientist

UF | ICBR Cytometry

The Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research (ICBR) at the University of Florida, the premier campus biotechnology shared resource center, is hiring a Cytometry Scientific Director at the level of Assistant or Associate Scientist. This non-tenure track faculty position will serve as the ICBR expert in cytometry and lead all laboratory operations in flow cytometry, cell sorting, and confocal microscopy. The Cytometry Core Scientific Director will work with the Associate Director for Science in the development, validation, and implementation of new methodologies in cytometry, and assist in the acquisition of cutting-edge instrumentation. Additional duties include establishing rigorous standard operating procedures to ensure rigor and reproducibility, implementing robust self-user training initiatives, effective budget management, and staff supervision and recruitment. 

Closes: Open Until Filled

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IT Manager, Cyberinfrastructure Core

UF | ICBR Cyberinfrastructure

Supervise CI staff including daily team scrum and weekly one-on-one meetings, time approval, hiring, disciplinary actions and UF quarterly engaged evaluations. Assign, monitor and prioritize work assignments within ICBR’s computation infrastructure; provides training and facilitates CI staff to troubleshoot problems outside their current expertise. Develops, implements, and monitors security and operational “IT” procedures. Provides technical and analytical guidance to ICBR and CI staff and takes action to execute projects and researches solution to any related problems. Develops detailed work plans, resource plans, project time estimates and status updates. Helps to identify technical resources and IT expertise needed to accomplish projects. Oversees project meetings, task tracking, and analysis Ensure adherence to quality standards, UF policies, procedures, and best practices. Manages the integration of external vendor tasks and tracks and reviews vendor deliverables.

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Core Research Facility Specialist II

UF | ICBR Cytometry

  • Analysis of submitted customer samples on Flow Cytometers such as BD Fortessa, BD Symphony A3, BD Canto II, BD Accuri C6 or any Spectral Flow Cytometer
  • Cell Sorting of customer samples on a BD ARIA or Sony SH800
  • Training of users on self-service flow Cytometers and confocal microscopes
  • Provide technical support to self-users; assist with trouble shooting, repairing, and testing of flow cytometers, sorters, and other equipment.
  • Perform daily routine equipment calibration and maintenance according to established SOP
  • Perform data analysis for researchers using specialized data analysis software
  • Provide consultation and support for grant applications and publication
  • Arrange for preventative maintenance and required repairs of instruments. 
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OPS EM Lab Technician

UF | ICBR Electron Microscopy

  • General laboratory upkeep including stocking of supplies and lab clean-up.
  • Perform basic EM procedures that may include scanning electron microscopy and/or processing support, ultramicrotomy with both glass and diamond knives, routine transmission electron microscopy and/or specimen preparation.
  • Use imaging software to analyze data and interpret biological structures. This may include tomography and single particle analysis packages
  • Prepare reagents and resin mixtures per established protocols.
  • Maintain online supplies and chemicals inventories.
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Core Research Facility Technician III

UF | ICBR Electron Microscopy

  • The Core Research Facility Technician III is responsible for supporting the EM Scientific Research Manager in the operation of the Electron Microscopy Core laboratory of the Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research. This individual will assist the EM Scientific Research Manager by conducting transmission electron microscopy (TEM) or scanning electron microscopy (SEM) including sample preparation and instrument operation. Duties include reagent preparation, instrument set-up and calibration, and training as well as competency evaluations for certification in instrument usage. This position may supervise daily lab usage in the absence of the Lab Manager.
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