PUCL Job#1228 - FLow Lab Manager Medical University of South Carolina (posted April 5, 2019)

Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Hollings Cancer Center (HCC)

Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting (FCCS) Lab Manager 

The Hollings Cancer Center at the Medical University of South Carolina is seeking an outstanding Lab Manager to administer all functions of the Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting Shared Resource.  Under limited supervision, the lab manager will provide supervisory, technical, fiscal and administrative direction needed in the design and communications required to execute these management functions for the FCCS.  Candidates must have four years of expertise in cell sorting and flow cytometry, data analysis, and scientific applications of flow cytometry. One year of supervisory and training experience is required. Preference given to those with Project management experience, service-oriented experience, and manuscript/grant writing.  Excellent skills to operate personal computer and record documentation and record maintenance is expected.

A Bachelor of Science degree in medical technology, microbiology, biochemistry or a closely related field and four years’ relevant experience in a clinical or research laboratory is required. Relevant experience includes minimum of one year of experience supervising or managing a research laboratory.

The salary range for this position is $65K - $80K based on experience.

The Hollings Cancer Center is designated by the National Cancer Institute and has state-of-the-art clinical and research facilities including a highly developed clinical trials office with a growing multi-center trials network and Phase I trials program, a robust biorepository and tissue analysis resource, a genomics core, and a cell evaluation and therapy facility.  The Center has NCI approved programs in developmental cancer therapeutics, cancer immunology, cancer genes and molecular regulation, and cancer control. In addition, clinical and translational research at The Hollings Cancer Center and the University is supported by an NIH-funded Clinical and Translational Science Award.

Accepting applications on the MUSC career website; position has been filled.  Please send all inquiries to Tara Campbell,


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