Mount Sinai Careers
Research Laboratory Manager- Pulmonary
Ground breaking science. Advancing medicine. Healing made personal.
Provides operational oversight of the assigned
basic science research laboratory. Ensures the environment and equipment are
safe, compliant and effective. Manages all equipment, shared across areas or in
a single area, including microscopes, cell sorters, mass spectrometry units,
etc. Ensures all equipment is well maintained, with development and
implementation of systems designed for tracking maintenance, and training staff
in proper usage. This individual acts as liaison to other Mount Sinai
departments, including Facilities, Engineering and Bio/Radiation Safety.
Produces summary reports and databases that reflect inventory of all faculty,
staff and equipment in the laboratory.
- Works closely with individual Principal Investigators (PIs) and management to ensure effective day-to-day workflow of basic science research laboratories assigned.
- In conjunction with department financial leadership, develops and manages annual operating budgets for each shared equipment resource located on assigned lab(s). Works with Finance to develop fee schedules for users of shared equipment and any mechanisms for payback.
- Oversees staff who are supporting centralized/shared lab functions, such as dishwashers, equipment techs, etc.
- Oversees the process of purchasing equipment and supplies. Assists in the negotiation and oversight of service contracts on equipment.
- Ensures that all equipment is properly maintained and safe to use.
- Trains and instruct research staff on equipment to support specific research needs.
- Responsible for communications within MSSM Facilities Management to provide a streamlined approach to managing laboratory needs.
- Responsible for compliance to all school, local, state and federal
- Regulations as it relates to radiation safety,
hazardous chemical waste disposal, environmental services, and other related
areas deemed appropriate.
- Oversees laboratory renovations as needed.
- Oversees and facilitates the move of new investigators to the space, as well as the relocation of investigators as needed and as determined by research space density metrics.
- Gathers and analyzes related data and trends to determine short-term and long-term financial research implications. Implement changes, restructure and improve services for research community and improve the financial position of the Core Facilities.
- Other relevant duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree, preferably in biology, chemistry or animal science, or an equivalent
- 3+ years of related research and administration experience required.
- Excellent communicate skills, both oral and written form
- Aptitude for quick learning and multi-tasking is critical
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