Andy Schauer in the ESS Iso Lab is looking for an undergraduate research assistant:
STUDENT LABORATORY POSITION AVAILABLE
Undergraduate Research Assistant
Department of Earth and Space Sciences
Salary: $12/hour, up to 40 hours/week during Summer,
19.5 hours per week during academic school year
(working hours flexible around course work)
Position available as of October 3, 2011
The IsoLab (http://depts.washington.edu/isolab/), located in the Department of Earth and Space Sciences, is a collaborative facility specializing in the analysis of light stable isotopes. Our focus has been to use the stable isotopes of hydrogen, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, and sulfur from ice, rock, and atmospheric samples to help elucidate paleo and modern-day environments.
We currently have an outstanding opportunity for an Undergraduate Research Assistant. This individual will initially be responsible for and assist with all aspects of sample preparation.
Routine duties include water sample preparation, carbonate sample preparation, and glassware preparation. The successful candidate will work with and be trained by the laboratory manager and collaborate with undergraduate and graduate students, post doctoral associates, and principal investigators. The schedule is flexible around course work. This position will provide excellent laboratory experience necessary for a scientific research career. Previous successful candidates have started as first or second years and stayed until graduation. First and second year students are strongly encouraged to apply.
If interested, please send a one page CV to Andy Schauer at email@example.com.