NC Museum of Natural Sciences Seeking Research and Outreach Coordinator

The Genomics & Microbiology Laboratory at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences is seeking a research and outreach coordinator excited about the prospect of bringing real science to the visitors in our museum.

This person will be part of a collaborative team of scientists and educators from the Museum spanning the Genomics & Microbiology Laboratory, the MicroWorld Investigate Laboratory and the Window on Veterinary Health.

The position will involve conducting original research relevant to the Genomics & Microbiology Laboratory and integrating findings and methods into the MicroWorld Investigate Laboratory. Potential research foci include, but are not limited to, reptile and amphibian research, microbial ecology and viral infections of animals in the museum.

Position appointment will last for 1 year.  Ideal start date is December 2013, but is flexible; work location (Raleigh, NC) is not flexible.

Please see full job description and instructions for application here: http://www.yourwildlife.org/2013/11/exciting-opportunity-in-the-genomicsmicrobiology-lab-at-nc-museum-of-natural-sciences/

Review of applications will begin December 2 and will continue until a suitable candidate is found.

Please direct questions to Dr. Julie Horvath (julie.horvath@naturalsciences.org).

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