The Laboratory Animal Facility at UB is seeking an Assistant Facility Manager who will be responsible for overseeing the care of various laboratory species. This person will be responsible for knowing all regulatory guidelines as they pertain to animal husbandry, and ensuring that these guidelines are followed.
Responsibilities will include:
Responsible for knowing all federal and state regulatory agencies (USDA-AWA, AAALAC (The Guide), OLAW-PHS Policy, DOH) as they pertain to animal husbandry and reporting any deficiencies or non-compliance.
Liaise with outside contract services or Physical Plant as it relates to facility or equipment repair or maintenance in BEB.
Assists Facility Manager with policy development (SOP), regulatory compliance, employee recruitment (Search Committee member), and facility infrastructure improvements.
Responsible for the recruitment, supervision, and discipline of husbandry staff at BEB. Approves vacation, time sheets, and performs annual Performance Evaluations.
Ensures the husbandry of animals in BEB is conducted in accordance to SOPs; reviews room logs, conducts on site inspections.
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