About the position
Reporting to the Manager of Husbandry Operations (YARC), the responsibilities of the position include directing a comprehensive and integrated husbandry operations program that supports and protects Yale’s biomedical research enterprise. The Yale Animal Resources Center operates 225,000 sqft of space within 24 buildings.
The overall purpose of the position is to provide leadership and oversight in developing and directing an effective, efficient, innovative, and compliant animal care program within a unit of YARC Operations that responds to and meets Yale’s diverse and dynamic research priorities.
The position requires a broad and contemporary knowledge base in animal-based research methodology and applications, industry specific equipment and technology, specialized animal care requirements, and animal-based regulations. The Manager III is responsible for the training and oversight of supervisory and C&T animal care technicians that perform daily care and housing of multiple, regulated species in several non-contiguous AAALAC accredited facilities. Daily proper care is a critical component of consistently generating quality data and ensuring optimal animal health and well-being. Proper training and oversight of staff using biohazardous, chemical and radiological agents is of the upmost importance in preventing exposures and maintaining biosecurity.
The responsibilities include strategic planning, refining, aligning and overseeing their assigned YARC husbandry operations unit. These responsibilities include cross-functional interactions the Manager of Physical Plant (YARC) and the Manager of Process Standards and Training.
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