Laboratory Supervisor

Mount Sinai Genetic Testing Lab - Connecticut
Job Location
Branford, CT
Job Description

The Laboratory Supervisor is responsible for ensuring that all consumables and reagents are ordered and received in a timely fashion.  In addition, the Laboratory Supervisor will keep all calibration records and monitors preventative maintenance schedules so all equipment remains in good working order.  Position reports to Director of Laboratory Operations, Connecticut Site.

Examples of tasks:

  • Coordinates with Director of Laboratory Operations schedule for ordering reagents and consumables so laboratory has all materials necessary to complete tasks.

  • Works with Supply Chain Management at Mount Sinai School of Medicine (MSSM) to obtain best pricing on reagents and consumables

  • Maintains schedule for calibration and preventative maintenance of equipment.  Coordinates on-site visits for calibration and preventative maintenance.

  • Assists in obtaining quotes for equipment as necessary.

  • Monitors consumables budget.

  • Assists in maintaining clean, orderly laboratory

  • Maintains stock room and loading dock areas.

  • Associates degree in chemical, physical, biological or clinical laboratory science; Bachelor’s degree preferred.

  • Five years’ experience in a laboratory setting

  • Experience in a clinical laboratory facility a plus

How to Apply

Send your resume to [email protected]

About Our Organization

An extension of the Department of Genetics and Genomic Sciences and the Institute of Multiscale Biology in the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, our state of the art next generation sequencing facility located in Branford, Connecticut utilizes a variety of cutting edge, high throughput technologies. Our laboratory will generate huge amounts of sequencing data whose interpretation has the potential to change the face of how medicine is practiced. We will participate in large sequencing projects and analyze large numbers of individuals to gain a better understanding of the biology of cancer and inherited diseases.

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