Medical Technologist

Organization
University of Kentucky Medical Center
Job Location
Lexington, KY
Job Description

The Immuno-Molecular Laboratory in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, a division of UK Healthcare, is seeking applicants for Medical Technologist position. This position will be located within the newly developed Clinical Genomics division.

The Medical Technologist will be responsible for the analysis and reporting of results of high complexity laboratory tests performed in the Genomics Core of the Immuno-Molecular Pathology Laboratory. Specifically, this position will perform and analyze next-generation sequencing experiments, such as RNA-seq, Chip-seq, Methylation-seq, and Sanger sequencing.

Additionally, this position will be required to troubleshoot and maintain instrumentation within the Core facility, provide guidance with design and implementation of experiments, and perform additional molecular genomics testing as needed.

Requirements

B.S. degree

At least 1-2 years experience preferred in next-generation sequencing laboratory or genomics core facility
At least 1-2 years experience preferred with RNA-seq, Chip-seq, Methylation-seq
Experience strongly preferred with high throughput sequencers, such as the Illumina HiSeq2500 and/or MiSeq
Experience in next-generation sequencing, whole genome/exome sequencing, and molecular genomic techniques

How to Apply

To apply for job #RE02882, submit a UK Online Application at www.uky.edu/ukjobs

 

If you have any questions, contact HR/Employment, phone (859) 257-9555 press 2. Application deadline for all positions is 5/5/2015.The University of Kentucky is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from minorities and women.

About Our Organization

Founded in 1865 as a land-grant institution adjacent to downtown Lexington, UK is nestled in the scenic heart of the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky. Recently ranked as one of the safest, most creative, and the brainiest cities in the nation, Lexington is an ideal location to experience the work-life integration that the University strives to provide its employees. See for yourself what makes UK one great place to work.

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