As many of you know, we partner with the awesome folks in the Genomics and Microbiology Lab at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences on a number of public science projects: belly button biodiversity, armpit microbes, face mites and soon soil microbes (as part of our new Students Discover education project).
With so much public science and more, they’re looking for a little help on the research and science communication front.
Below is an advertisement for a one-year Research and Outreach Coordinator position – They’re looking for a dynamo with a background in molecular biology, genetics, genomics, or microbiology AND science communication (PhD preferred) – after all, the Research and Outreach Coordinator will be working in a lab that’s a fish bowl, embedded within exhibit space with see-through glass walls.
Application review will begin December 2! Please direct any questions to Dr. Julie Horvath, Director of the Genomics and Microbiology Lab.