PUCL Job#1102 - Sr Res. Associate (Sexing Technologies, DeForest, WI) (posted Oct 11, 2016)

Senior Research Associate, Flow Cytometry - DeForest, WI

Description: Sexing Technologies, Inc is seeking a talented and motivated individual with flow cytometry experience to provide technical support to the Research and Development groups and to provide expertise to commercial bovine and porcine sperm sorting labs. The successful candidate will help execute and analyze experiments using flow cytometry using various fluorophores in sperm from multiple species. Additional responsibilities include overseeing the operation and maintenance of flow sorters, primarily SX MoFlo®, Genesis systems, CASA, and other general lab equipment.

Primary Responsibilities

o Provide technical expertise for the optimization, execution, and analysis of flow cytometry experiments to support R&D programs in US and Canada.

o Operate and maintain multi-laser, high-speed cell sorter and multiple flow cytometers.

o Perform maintenance of additional laboratory equipment and maintain inventory of supplies.

o Capable of designing complex, multi-color flow cytometry experiments. o Capable or working in groups or independently.

Job Requirement

o BS or MS degree in biological sciences or related degree.
o Ability to communicate at a high level both verbally and written.
o Direct laboratory research experience in flow cytometry.
o Familiarity with running samples on flow cytometers and cell sorters. o Provide support for other commercial labs in US and Canada.
o Willingness to travel.
o Lab management skills.


o The position has physical requirements of basic office and laboratory work (sitting, standing, and walking). The mental requirements include the ability to analyze data and design experiments; to present complex concepts to colleagues.

Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.



Please send your resume to

Kilby Willenburg, Ph.D Sexing Technologies 6938 Hickory Lane DeForest WI 53532 608.846.2765 


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