Rockefeller University Senior Research Support Specialist | Proteomics Resource Center in New York, New York
The Proteomics Resource Center (PRC) at The Rockefeller University masters many aspects of liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry applied to metabolomics and proteomics. Examples include de novo sequencing, and quantitative analysis based on label-free quantitation as well as heavy isotope labeled samples. The PRC is equipped with Orbitrap-type mass spectrometers (high resolution/high mass accuracy) and can separate analytes using both nano and high-flow liquid chromatography. The Center is a source for help with planning of mass spectrometry-based experiments, and it has the capability to offer in-depth collaborative analysis. Also, the PRC is operated in a boutique style, encouraging the scientists of the Center to work closely with users to create a tailored approach to fit the many unique questions that can be answered by analytical mass spectrometry. The Center is equipped with multiple high-performance servers for data analysis.
The Proteomics Resource Center is looking for a Senior Research Support Specialist to lead PRC staff for metabolomics services. Metabolomics platform services include, but are not limited to, polar metabolite and lipid profiling (targeted and untargeted), absolute quantification of small molecules and flux analysis. Under very limited supervision, the Senior Research Support Specialist will demonstrate and deliver expertise in metabolomics tools and strategies. The Senior Research Support Specialist will provide excellent guidance in experimental design and data interpretation for metabolomics, and informational and technical support to center users, including assistance in experimental design and analysis.
Maintain, operate and manage LC-MS and related equipment
Interact directly with and advise investigators on technical questions related to metabolomics
Develop, improve and implement metabolomics technologies and methods
Process, analyze, and interpret metabolomics data and report findings to the Director and investigators
Maintain and document standard operating procedures; revise as needed.
Track and maintain relevant Center documentation, including metabolomics service billing and requisitioning information
Monitor and maintain laboratory appearance
Mentor and train junior PRC staff members in metabolomics techniques and analysis
Day to day supervision of junior PRC staff members’ performance of metabolomics related activities
Participate in relevant meetings/conferences
Ph.D. in metabolomics or other related field with at least two years relevant laboratory experience
Proven competency with liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry
Experience and competency in relevant instrumentation and supporting software
Demonstrate ability to stay current with relevant techniques and technologies
Strong communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills
Skyline and LipidSearch analysis software experience
Experience with Orbitrap IQ-X and Q-Exactive Plus Mass Spectrometers
Experience with Vanquish LC system
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The salary of the finalist selected for this role will be set based on various factors, including but not limited to organizational budgets, qualifications, experience, education, licenses, specialty, and training. The hiring range provided represents The Rockefeller University's good faith and reasonable estimate of the range of possible compensation at the time of posting.
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Job Locations US-NY-New York
Position Type Regular Full-Time