The Technical Manager - Animal Holding Facility is responsible for overseeing and performing work within the ATCC vivarium. The Technical Manager oversees the activities of staff according to established policies, monitors the care of animals, equipment, and facilities to ensure operations of laboratory practices. The Technical Manager plans and conducts training for facility staff in the proper use and maintenance of animals and serves as a resource to investigators, colleagues, and IACUC members for the use of animals in research.
The Technical Manager is responsible for overseeing and directing the activities of a scientific group. They coordinate the production and transfer of organisms and related products. The Technical Manager may identify, audit, and select contractors and then oversee, manage, and report their work to produce reagents, organisms, and services to support contract research and development.
The Technical Manager manages the costs, methods, and staffing within the applied contract and makes decisions within organizational policy on how best to utilize resources to achieve goals. They make recommended changes to policy and procedure, when appropriate, and work on issues of diverse scope where analysis of situation or data requires evaluation of a variety of factors, including an understanding of current business trends.
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