Research Specialist: Job ID 602702 | GenomeWeb

Research Specialist: Job ID 602702

Center for Microbial Genetics and Genomics at Northern Arizona University
Job Location
Flagstaff, AZ
This position's pay grade is 42. The salary range for this pay grade can be found at:


This is a Classified Staff (CLS) position.  NAU offers an excellent benefit package including generous health, dental and vision insurance; participation in the Arizona State Retirement System; paid vacation and 10 holidays per year; and tuition reduction for employees and qualified dependents.  More information on benefits at NAU is available at  Classified Staff employees are in a probationary status for their first six months at NAU.

NAU is a tobacco and smoke-free campus.

Employees offered a position will be eligible for state health plans (including NAU's BCBS Plan).  New employees are eligible for benefits on the first day of the pay period following their enrollment, after their employment date.  Employees will have 31 days from their start date to enroll in benefits. Additionally, new employees will begin participating in the Arizona State Retirement System, and the long-term disability coverage that accompanies it, on the first of the pay period following 6 months after the new employee's start date. More information is available at:


Job Description

The Center for Microbial Genetics and Genomics (MGGen) at Northern Arizona University seeks a Research Specialist for the purpose of managing and operating our sequencing pipeline. Experience with basic and applied laboratory techniques such as DNA extraction, PCR, PCR-product quantification and clean-up, library preparation protocols for next generation sequencing technologies, and the ability to work independently as well as with a diverse team are all desired qualifications.

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