This is a full-time position in a laboratory in Atlanta funded by a contract with the BEI-Resources.
The scope of work includes handling laboratory animals (mice, guinea pigs, rabbits – primarily); feeding uninfected and potentially infected ticks on animals; cleaning, counting, transferring ticks and sending ticks to requesters; keeping tick records, …, and so on – full range of tasks and chores needed to maintain tick colonies.
Work experience exactly matching the above description is not expected – the lab will train the successful candidate.
Salary – $41-42K per year.
Expected Starting Date – June-July 2016.
E-mail a resume directly to
Michael L. Levin, Ph.D.
Medical Entomology Laboratory Director
Rickettsial Zoonoses Branch, DVBD
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention