Entomologist - Job ID:6236

Responsibilites of the Entomologist:

  • Support product development by conducting advanced whole organism bioassays under laboratory conditions.
  • Collect and summarize data and deliver results and recommendations as oral and written reports as required.
  • Work both independently and within a small team with a minimum of supervision.
  • Provide input into new test protocol development and align methods with decision goals.
Requirements of the Entomologist:
  • MS or PhD in Entomology or related field with 5+ years industry experience
  • Must have experience designing high throughput assays
  • Must be ok with start up environment 
 

Email resume in Microsoft Word format to: jobs@cwsciences.com

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