These postings close February 24, 2019.
Assistant Director of Stone Lab: Under the direction and guidance of Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Lab Director, the Assistant Director of Stone Lab oversees all aspects of Stone Laboratory operations maintaining the lab’s reputation as a program and facility dedicated to cutting-edge scientific research, education and public outreach.
- Supervises Stone Laboratory managers
- Address the needs and operations of facilities and grounds, vehicles and vessels, etc.
- Strategic planning
- Staff training, recruitment, and management
- Donor relations
- and more!
Find more information, requirements, and the application here.
Water Quality Research Assistant: Assists Research Coordinator with current Stone Laboratory research projects and visiting researchers at the laboratory.
- Assist in sample collection from Lake Erie
- Conducts laboratory experiments
- Quality control
- Analytic chemistry analyses
- Write reports to Ohio EPA
- and more!
Find more information, requirements, and the application here.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 15, 2019
The Center for Chemical Evolution (CCE) is currently taking applications for a summer program. Selected individuals will spend 10 weeks doing full-time, paid research in chemical evolution and origins of life chemistry. Students will be trained in research methods, data analysis, and written/oral communication of their results. You may be asked to present your research in a formal poster session, and approved posters may be published on their program website.
Depending on the specific school and advisor you are interested in, your application will be folded into an existing program at that school. The program to which you are assigned will give you the chance to participate in seminars such as how to choose a graduate program, scientific ethics, and careers in science.
Through the course of the 10-week program, you will be expected to devote 40 hours a week to research, and to participate in all seminars, workshops, discussion groups, and activities as scheduled, as well as all laboratory meetings, journal clubs, safety training and other such activities as requested by your mentor. You will also be asked to update program organizers of all your future academic developments for program assessment purposes.
The deadline to apply is February 15. Details and the application can be found on the CCE REU website. If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to contact Education Director Christopher Parsons.
What’s different about the CCE?
The CCE is part of the NSF CCI program, and it brings together diverse investigators (including undergraduate researchers) into teams to collaborate on a grand societal problem: understanding how life emerged. In addition, they share their findings with the world through the arts. You can check out some of their outreach projects on their website.
Village Academy Schools in Powell, Ohio is seeking an adjunct Chemistry/Physical Science teacher for the academic year, to begin effective immediately.
Village Academy Schools seek to educate college-bound students who not only wish to become self-fulfilled individuals but also to function as responsible, compassionate citizens of the world.
This position teaches classes for Upper School General Chemistry, Advanced Placement Chemistry (AP), and Physical Science. Apart from specific teaching activities, teachers are also responsible for establishing an encouraging environment for the academic and personal development and success of their students.
Applicants must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry. Valid Ohio teaching licensure is preferred but not required. Previous teaching and/or industry experience is considered a plus. Must be able to pass a BCI/FBI check, as well as pass a drug test.
Applicants should forward their resume to Tres Marangoni, Head of School: email@example.com
More information can be found in the position description.
ProteoSense is coming to campus to conduct interviews for full time research opportunities! ProteoSense is commercializing breakthrough solid state biosensor technology for the biomedical, environmental and food markets with initial entry into the food safety market planned for 2017. ProteoSense’s handheld testing system, RAPIDSCAN, is a disruptive bio-detection sensor for multiple time-critical and remote applications. They are validating a new candidate technology and swiftly approaching development of their first beta product. We have full-time paid opportunities for entry level scientists and/or summer internships. We are looking for driven, scientifically curious candidates who take ownership of their work and have an eye for detail. These candidates should be excited by the opportunity to work in a highly interdisciplinary entrepreneurial field.
- Conduct research on electrochemical biosensor development.
Must carrying out experiments but also understand and expand upon existing technologies and practices.
Collection, processing, and analysis of data
- Participate in laboratory management, maintenance, and cleaning.
- Participate in laboratory demonstrations.
- Performs literature searches and brings ideas to the table.
- Will own one or more project(s) based on aptitude
- 60% Laboratory research on biosensor development, including literature review
- 15% Data analysis
- 15% Lab management and organization
- 10% Assist in range of activities and customer engagements to support growth of the business
Pay and length of appointment negotiable with opportunity to renew based on performance and funding.
Proteosense is located in the Rev1 venture development facility at 1275 Kinnear Road, Columbus OH. Location features on-site parking, as well as easy access to campus area bussing for Ohio State students.
They are using the FutureLink/Buckeye Careers system to process applications. To be considered for an on campus interview you must log in to your FutureLink/Buckeye Careers account and submit a resume to posting ID#25325570
Students can log in at http://futurelink.osu.edu to apply!
Are you looking to work closely with physicians to gain experience in medicine, disease processes, medical procedures and decision-making? Consider becoming a Medical Provider Scribe!
ScribeAmerica is a company that recruits scribes for individual physicians across the country, and it is currently looking for students in Columbus, Ohio who can work full-time, part-time, day and night shifts. The essential roles performed by a scribe include working with an assigned physician to document the following:
- Patient history
- Physical examinations
- Results of laboratory/radiological tests
- Eventual diagnosis and disposition
This is an exceptional opportunity to gain hands-on experience in a medical setting, although it does require applicants to be committed, sharp and determined to succeed. The most sought-after candidates are dependable and hard-working employees that have a desire for an eventual career in medicine. Moreover, there are multiple shifts, usually lasting 8-12 hours, which consist of following a single physician. It is expected that each scribe can commit to 2 shifts per week for at least 2 years.
Paid classroom & clinical training is provided. The training is extensive and intense. Each employee will have multiple training sessions both in the classroom and the emergency department during which we teach the flow of the emergency room, extensive medical terminology, and appropriate medical/legal documentation.
Once again, this is an amazing opportunity for students. In addition to the benefits previously mentioned, student scribes will have access to competitive pay, benefits, flexible scheduling, and great learning experiences.
For more information, you may visit www.scribeamerica.com, or click here to apply directly. You may also contact Elizabeth Berrios at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have more questions.
Oakwood Labs is currently seeking OSU students for a full-time chemistry opportunity.
This position will include responsibilities for analytical development of pharmaceutical products for Oakland and its partners. Hands-on laboratory work will be used to aid in the development of inject able pharmaceutical products.
Basic training will be obtained through guidance of experienced professionals.
Some of the obligations are listed here:
1. Conducts analytical testing to support the development and validation of analytical methods for drug products, intermediates and excipients.
2. Maintains complete records of testing data and results.
3. Assists with the operations of the Research and Development Lab.
4. Maintains professional and technical knowledge.
5. Contributes to the effective operation of the department and the overall success of the Company.
Applicants should have a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry or a closely related science field with chemistry and mathematics as completed coursework.
To apply, submit a resume to posting ID#25294139 on the Ohio State FutureLink system, available here.
For more information about Oakwood Labs, click here.