Senior Lab Animal Tech

Posting Details

Job # 037152 Department Code 20312-6054 Department Office of Research Integrity & Protections Job Title Senior Lab Animal Tech Location Syracuse, NY Pay Range Commensurate with experience Staff Level S3 FLSA Status Non-exempt Hours
Standard hours are:

7:00am –3:30pm

Hours may vary based on operational needs. Job Type Full-time Campus Syracuse, NY Unionized Position Code Not Applicable Job Description
• Under immediate supervision, the Senior Lab Animal Tech provides animal care, husbandry, and facility cleaning in an AAALAC accredited facility.

• Provides diligent and responsible animal care, feeds and waters animals, changes and cleans cages, sanitizes equipment and animal care facilities. In addition, records and/or reports animal abnormalities and environmental abnormalities.

• May take on additional duties as assigned by supervisor or manager such as but not limited to: conducting animal user training, preparing supply orders, assisting animal users, and performing facility quality control. Qualifications
• High School Diploma or GED required

• Knowledge of animal facility, animal husbandry and colony maintenance as would normally be acquired with a Bachelor’s degree in biology or animal sciences, a Veterinary Technician license, or two (2) plus years of mouse room experience is preferred. Other means of acquiring this knowledge will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

• Some level of AALAS certification preferred. Job Specific Qualifications
• Must be available for weekend and holiday work rotation. Responsibilities
• Animal care and husbandry: provides diligent and responsible animal care, feeds and waters animals, changes and cleans cages, sanitizes equipment and animal care facilities, records and/or reports animal abnormalities including altered eating, drinking, waste elimination, altered behavior, superficial lesions, and/or death.

• Senior Technician assignments (provide training, quality control, ordering, etc.).

• May take on additional duties as assigned by supervisor or manager such as but not limited to: conducting animal user training, prepare supply orders, assist animal users, and performing facility quality control assessment/scheduling/maintenance.

• Training includes but is not limited to: basic husbandry, compliance with all operations, animal welfare and safety standard operation procedures (SOP’s), and basic biomethods and other technical aspects of animal care.

• May assist the manager in training, program development and may be involved in sentinel/ PCR testing of colony. Performing quality control includes but is not limited to organizing the cleaning and maintenance of all equipment and animal holding rooms and maintaining MSDS binders.

• Maintaining the facility’s stock supplies, cleaning, equipment maintenance

• Technical assistance

• Administration Physical Requirements
• Must be able to lift 50 pounds. Tools/Equipment Application Instructions
In addition to completing an online application, please attach a resume and cover letter. About Syracuse University
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