• We are seeking highly motivated recent or upcoming graduates with bachelor’s or higher degrees in chemistry, biology, environmental sciences, pre-med, toxicology, or related scientific disciplines. Candidates should desire to work in a fast-paced, collaborative environment and enjoy learning about new scientific focus areas as client demands dictate. Depending on experience level, individuals in this position will be expected to assist other scientists in the firm in solving complex technical problems, review and synthesis of scientific literature, publication of results in peer-reviewed journals, and, over time, interact with clients.

  • A Laboratory Assistant position is available in the Harris laboratory, which works on the virology, immunology, pathogenesis, and epidemiology of dengue and Zika. The main purpose of the position is to assist in scientific projects at various levels and to perform management, organizational and operational duties in general support of the laboratory. The position also includes management of procurement, inventories, and compliance, as well as logistics of supplies for field studies internationally.

  • The lab of Dr. Samara Reck-Peterson (Carleton ’93) at UC San Diego seeks a motivated and intellectually curious Research Assistant to join our research team for post-baccalaureate studies. We are seeking a Research Assistant who will commit to two to three years of post-bac training in our lab. The Research Assistant will be mentored by a senior lab member to develop their own research project, as well as perform general lab duties. Ideal candidates will have a BA or BS in the biological or chemical sciences.

  • Emergency Care Consultants (ECC) is currently hiring scribes to start this coming summer and fall. Typical candidates include undergraduate students on a pre-health track or health-adjacent majors (Biology, Physiology, Chemistry, etc.). Many of ECC’s scribes are either current undergraduate students or students taking a gap year between undergrad and medical school.

  • Emergency Care Consultants (ECC) is currently hiring scribes to start this coming summer and fall. Typical candidates include undergraduate students on a pre-health track or health-adjacent majors (Biology, Physiology, Chemistry, etc.). Many of ECC’s scribes are either current undergraduate students or students taking a gap year between undergrad and medical school.

  • Dr. Norman Lee, at St. Olaf, is looking to fill this post-bac research position. His lab focuses on auditory perception in the acoustic parasitoid fly Ormia ochracea, which relies on locating host field cricket calling songs for reproduction. In Hawaii, host field crickets have been undergoing rapid signal evolution and a part of the proposed work is to examine how flies are able to respond to these novel signals.

     

  • About the Role:   The Lee Lab of Neural Systems and Behavior at St. Olaf College seeks a full-time Post-Baccalaureate Research Technician. We use cutting-edge research tools, such as quantitative behavioral…

  • The Animal Colony at Carleton is looking for one or two Animal Care Assistants to work with bull snakes in the Biology animal facility over summer break. Matt Rand is the principal investigator. Work involves feeding snakes, changing water, cleaning cages, and daily monitoring of room conditions for approximately 10-15 hours per week.

  • Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston seeks to hire full time research technician in the Chai lab (PI = Li Chai, attending physician in transfusion medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital). This is a full time, one to two year position, ideally suited to college graduates who want to pursue MD, PhD, or MD/PhD. The Chai lab currently focuses on a number of translational and clinical research projects related to SALL4 (an oncogene)-centered cancer diagnosis, targeted therapy, and transfusion medicine.

  • We are looking to hire an entry-level lab tech to work with us on biology & immmunology of the parasite Cryptosporidium. Cryptosporidiosis is an important global disease with particular impact…