Technicians assist OMRF scientists with exciting, cutting-edge biomedical research focusing on the mechanisms and triggers that lead to human diseases. In this highly valued role, technicians use a wide variety of technologies such as molecular biology, biochemistry, immunochemistry, microscopy and computation to name a few. Individuals with strong organizational skills, keen attention to detail and the ability to perform precise and accurate work may enjoy a rewarding career making important contributions to biomedical research.
Whether you are interested in a long-term career, a transitional position or summer employment, technician opportunities vary from temporary to ongoing and part-time to full-time. The OMRF Technician Career Ladder shows the developing technician career starting with the Laboratory Technician, no college degree required, to the Senior Research Assistant, a highly experienced lab member.