- The Newborn Screening (NBS) intern will join our team for 20 - 40 weeks, working 10 -15 hours each week
- Start date - As soon as you’re ready we can accommodate your class schedule so that you may work during business hours.
-You will need to upload a copy of your resume, transcripts, and cover letter explaining how your skills are a good fit for this position, must have a current GPA standing of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
- Compensation based on education and experience
We are seeking a talented and engaged intern who is working toward a degree and wants to develop beyond the classroom!
You would be a great fit if you have excelled in courses (both lecture and laboratory) such as Molecular Biology, Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, and General Genetics or if you are working toward a Bachlor of Science in the above fields.
In this role, you will be responsible for assisting the NBS program which comprises the laboratory, case management, and demographic sections. You will also have the opportunity to observe how a clinical laboratory operates, assist the laboratory with side duties, learn about data entry, and learn about case management for newborns in Arizona.
You will be coached and mentored by the office chief of the NBS program, and/or others on the team by collaborating with them on group projects.
- Strong verbal and communication skills
- Knowledge of Google Workspace, including Google Sites, Forms, Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drive.
- Knowledge of genetic disorders and molecular biology laboratory skills.
- Time management, organization, planning, and problem-solving skills.
- Ability to troubleshoot and identify potential technical challenges.
- Clinical laboratory experience.
- Case management experience.
- Collaboration with a diverse team of professionals.
- Working towards a degree and strong desire to develop beyond the classroom.
- Molecular biology, biochemistry laboratory experience.
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