**UPDATE 4/15/2020: Please note that the below link to the job description has updated content from a previous version. The initial posting stated that funding would be provided "entirely from the candidate's external grants". This information has been corrected. Please see the job posting for a full description of research and collaborative funding opportunities for this position.
The Genomic Variation Laboratory (GVL) is looking to hire a new laboratory manager to start in June or July 2020. The GVL is a large and dynamic group of PIs, students, and technicians who are passionate about using genetic and genomic tools to advance the management and conservation of wild populations. The GVL provides a supportive, inclusive environment that values both rigorous science and work-life balance.
The laboratory manager is integral to the structure of the GVL; the candidate chosen for this position will manage supply budgets and inventories, maintain equipment, and work with vendors. As a scientist, the laboratory manager will have opportunities to innovate methods, steer experimental design, and produce & analyze data for funded research projects. As a mentor to students and technicians, the GVL lab manager will be able to participate in a wide range of conservation genetics studies focused on various fish and wildlife species.
The ideal candidate will have a Masters or PhD in genetics, genomics, or a related field and have demonstrated proficiency in molecular techniques, including preparation of high throughput sequencing libraries. Strong written and verbal communication skills and the ability to manage multiple projects at a time are a must.
For more information or to apply for the position, visit https://recruit.ucdavis.edu/JPF03506