We are planning to get them completed before the
Christmas break. Little swamped right now but moving as quickly as possible.
At 06:08 AM 12/12/2014, Michael Polito wrote:
>The Department of Oceanography & Coastal
>Sciences (DOCS), Louisiana State University
>seeks an experienced applicant to serve as a
>Stable Isotope Research Associate 3.
>This position will play an important role in the
>Isotope Ecology Laboratory and will be
>responsible for overall laboratory management
>including: routine maintenance of instruments,
>design and oversight of quality control
>procedures, financial planning and budgeting,
>and training users of equipment in the facility.
>Primary instrumentation in the Isotope Ecology
>Laboratory include a Thermo Delta Plus XP IRMS
>systems with a Costech Elemental analyzer (Model
>4010) for bulk δ 13C and δ 15N measurements,
>and a Thermo Delta V Advantage IRMS systems with
>GC IsoLink II and Trace GC 1310 for
>compound-specific δ13C and δ 15N measurement
>of primarily amino acids. Sample matrices
>include animal tissues plants and soils.
>Additionally, there are opportunities for
>fieldwork with one of the many projects
>presently underway. See
>info about the sort of ecological projects the lab supports.
>Candidates with prior experience and a graduate
>degree in a relevant discipline will be given
>preference. Successful candidates will be highly
>motivated, attentive to detail and possess
>excellent organizational skills. The position is
>available immediately and will remain open until
>a suitable candidate is identified. Salary will
>be determined based upon the applicant’s
>qualifications. Apply online at: