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Research Technician

Title Research Technician
Categories Administrative and Professional Career Postings
Search # AS-0040-23
Employee Type Full-time Professional
Department Physics
Status Accepting Applications
Position Summary

Boise State University invites interested applicants for a nine-month Research Technician position starting June 1st 2013.  The Research Technician position will provide the opportunity to carry out research and training tasks in the field of Membrane Biophysics.

You will have the opportunity to: 

  • execute research activities in Membrane Biophysics
  • supervise and train undergraduate and graduate students
  • assist in the teaching mission of the Department of Physics
  • contribute to the research endeavor through peer-reviewed publications
Minimum Qualifications
  • BS in Physics
  • excellent theoretical knowledge in Membrane Biophysics
  • excellent written and communication skills
  • legally eligible to work in the U.S. for the duration of the appointment
Preferred Qualifications
  • MS/PhD in Physics, Biophysics, or a related discipline
  • One year experience in Membrane Biophysics (artificial bilayer membranes, pore-forming proteins, and electrophysiology measurements using the Axopatch200B amplifier)

A competitive salary commensurate with experience and an excellent benefits package is available for eligible employees; for more information visit


If This Sounds Like the Job for You

Please submit a cover letter indicating your interest and qualifications for this position.  Attach a resume that includes any employment history (including dates of employment) and three professional references with contact information.  Application materials should be emailed to ensure “Research Technician Biophysics-AS-0040-23” in the subject line.

Close Date Review of applications will begin on March 20th 2013 and will close on April 20th 2013.
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