Job Posting Details

Research and development scientist, Clinical Flow Cytometry Lab

Posted By: Huifei Liu

Post Date: November 19, 2019
Affiliation: Nationwide Children's Hospital
Expiration Date: December 1, 2020

The Research and Development Scientist works with section director(s) and manager to design experiments for laboratory developed assays, conduct R&D, and develop protocols to verify/validate and implement new clinical assays. From the results of verification/validation studies, helps to implement testing including all aspects of quality control, proficiency testing, reference ranges, etc.  Prepares technical materials such as abstracts, annual reports, scientific papers and presentations.  Publishes scientific articles in appropriate refereed journals. 






What Are We Looking For?


To fulfill this role successfully, you must possess these minimum qualifications and experience:

  • Master or Doctorate degree in science and experience in an appropriate field preferred.

  • Bachelor of Science degree with significant and relevant R& D experience in a similar laboratory.

Your Benefits, Your Wellness:

As an employer, Nationwide Children’s recognizes the importance of the benefits we offer. We also recognize the importance of balancing your work and personal needs.  Our benefits and Employee Wellness package is designed to:

  • Empower you to be a conscientious health care consumer through educational and wellness activities

  • Establish a work environment that promotes health and well-being

  • Support your financial protection and security in retirement

Most of our positions are benefits’ eligible from day 1.


Minimum Physical Requirements:

  • The position requires excellent manual dexterity, good visual acuity and hearing, and excellent communication skills as well as a better-than-average ability to write. 

  • Physical activities frequently include sitting, talking on the phone or in person, utilizing fine motor skills, standing, walking, and occasionally lifting up to 30 pounds independently.