Careers

Careers @ Monell

At Monell, our employees are our most prized assets. To ensure that we remain successful, we are continually searching for individuals from diverse backgrounds and disciplines who can contribute to the growth and mission of the Center.

Monell is an equal opportunity employer.

You may apply for positions posted on this site through the Interfolio link specific to the accompanying position listed below. Please be sure to reference the position title in all correspondence.

For general inquiries, contact hr@monell.org.

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Careers, Pamela Dalton

“The first time I came to Monell, I was struck by the spirit that pervades the place. It was thrilling to see scientists 20 and 30 years into their research careers bubbling over with energy, excitement and ideas. I was — and remain — enchanted by the opportunities for cross-fertilization.”

PAMELA DALTON, PH.D.
Environmental and Occupational Health Psychologist

Current Positions

Junior Research Technician

A full-time technician position is available immediately to perform studies in behavioral genetics, working in the laboratory of Dr. Danielle R. Reed. Responsibilities include human sensory testing sessions, lab management including ordering supplies and reagents, database management, data entry, mentoring students, assisting when needed in wet lab work related to DNA/RNA isolation and various genotyping methods. BA/BS in Psychology, Biology, Genetics or related field is required and programming experience in R is desirable but not required.

Research Technician

The Mainland lab seeks a research technicians immediately for assistance. The laboratory of Dr. Joel Mainland conducts research to understand the role of odorant chemical structure and human genetic variation in olfactory perception. The core responsibilities of this position will include testing human subjects in olfaction experiments, recruiting subjects and scheduling test sessions, preparing odors and other materials for experiments, and organizing and maintaining experimental data. For further information, please contact Dr. Joel Mainland at jmainland@monell.org.