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Research Technician II - Neuropathology

Washington University in St. Louis Saint Louis, MO

A position is available for a research technician with laboratory experience or equivalent expertise in neuroanatomy, pathology, or biochemistry… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Research Technician II - Cardiology

Washington University in St. Louis Saint Louis, MO

Position assists with the technical aspects of studies and experiments including documentation and preparation of materials. This position will work… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Research Technician II - Immunobiology

Washington University in St. Louis Saint Louis, MO

Position will be working within the Pathology Micro-injection Core facility assisting with production of mouse models, cryo preservation of mouse… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Research Technician II - Anesthesiology

Washington University in St. Louis Saint Louis, MO

Immediate opening for an exciting position in bioanalytical methods in an NIH-funded academic laboratory at Washington University, St. Louis. The… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Research Technician II - Genetics

Washington University in St. Louis Saint Louis, MO

Position assists with the technical aspects of studies and experiments including documentation and preparation of materials. The job has a molecular… Glassdoor


3 days ago

Public Health Research Technician II - Surgery – new

Washington University in St. Louis Saint Louis, MO

1. Assist with the development of materials and protocols for study activities. 2. Assist with survey administration, data entry and data management… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Research Technician II - Acute and Critical Care Surgery

Washington University in St. Louis Saint Louis, MO

• Assists with general lab maintenance and cleaning. Applicant Special… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Research Technician II - Ophthalmology & Visual Science

Washington University in St. Louis Saint Louis, MO

will include maintaining and genotyping mouse colonies and assisting in general lab operations and maintenance. • Collects and isolates DNA… Glassdoor


3 days ago

Research Technician II - Diabetic Cardiovascular Disease Center – new

Washington University in St. Louis Saint Louis, MO

will be to work with staff scientists to assist in maintenance of mouse colonies and performance of mouse physiology studies. • Asists staff… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Research Technician II - OB/GYN Division of Gynecologic Oncology

Washington University in St. Louis Saint Louis, MO

• Retrieves specimens from the OR (including ascites, blood, saliva and human tissues) and… Glassdoor


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    Pros

    There's a lot of good benefits - generous vacation time, health and dental insurance, life insurance and a tuition benefit for employees and family members. Generous 403b matching plan. They do seem to care about helping employees establish a work- life balance. There's plenty of opportunities to take part of activities happening around the campus. This university is known for its excellent education and research.

    Cons

    Not a lot of opportunity for advancement. I don't feel as though my personal skills are being developed in my position, and I don't see my co-workers being challenged or moving up either. The pay is average, and the benefits are great, so you've got a kind of golden handcuff thing going on here. The feel of the administrative offices can become rather sleepy. Everyone tends to get stuck in a rut and it takes hours and chains of emails to answer simple questions. There's a lot of procrastination and boredom because there's no momentum of leadership and growth.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stronger leadership and more positive skill building. Uniting everyone and focusing on a mission statement and customer service would bring up the morale of some of the employees who have been here for years and inspire the newer, younger employees who have a lot to contribute.

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