The Laboratory Animal Services group (LAS) aims to create the best conditions for successful in-vivo experimentation for all laboratories at the Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research (NIBR).
This goal is accomplished by providing high quality laboratory animals, appropriate animal housing conditions as well as competent veterinary care.
In addition, the Technical Services-LAS is closely collaborating with the scientific projects at NIBR trough Transgenic Services, Training Services and the Study Support group.
For the Study Support group, we are looking for a Coordinator at the Scientist / Scientific Technical Leader level (depending on leadership experience).
The candidate should be customer-oriented expert in experimental animal work with a strong scientific background to plan, design, coordinate and perform in vivo animal experiments with high technical and ethical standards.
Closely collaborating within the LAS organization and with NIBR scientists, you will provide best support with state-of-
the-art animal experimentation, leading a small team of laboratory technicians.
Your Responsibilities :
Your responsibilities include, but not limited to :
Identify and coach high and low performers (leadership experience advantageous)
What you’ll bring to the role :
on applicable in house species
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We believe the answers are found when curious, courageous and collaborative people like you are brought together in an inspiring environment.
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