Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture - and benefits - that just aren't found together anywhere else. If you're curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future - then take a look at this opportunity.
TRAINING COORDINATOR , Division of Comparative Medicine (DCM) , to develop content and provide training and educational outreach in support of a comprehensive training program for the MIT research community using animal models. Responsibilities include providing hands-on rodent technical training; assisting with assessing the learning and development needs and requirements of staff working in animal facilities; interfacing with the IACUC (Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee) to determine/review training requirements for research personnel and monitoring compliance; collaborating with departments/labs/schools/centers to identify needs and requirements and developing training accordingly; evaluating ongoing programs for content adjustment; participating in the planning of classroom instruction, electronic learning, and multimedia programs; developing instructional content; collaborating with subject matter experts to develop, test, and launch e-courses; developing engaging PowerPoint presentations and digital signage; collaborating with the Learning Services Team to coordinate scheduling of all DCM training, recording all training records, and maintaining training groups; and performing outreach to the MIT community regarding new training requirements.
REQUIRED : a B.S. in biology, animal science, or related field; at least two years hands-on work experience in a laboratory animal setting; and familiarity with a laboratory animal setting and the policies and procedures pertaining to the care and use of research animals. Experience with tools for e-course development and LAT certification preferred. Job #17604-6
Internal Number: 17604
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