About The Geneva Foundation
The Geneva Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit established in 1993 with the purpose to ensure optimal health for service members and the communities they serve. This purpose is accomplished through our mission to advance military medicine through research, development, and education. Our vision is to lead the way in transforming military medicine. Our culture is living our core values that focus on a higher purpose. Geneva serves a diverse population and is committed to making diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging a central focus of the employee experience. As a leader in military medical research, we develop critical lifesaving solutions for the global community – and build rewarding careers for our employees.
Our benefits package includes financial rewards that are a significant part of the employee's total rewards compensation package. Geneva's highly competitive benefits include medical, dental, and vision healthcare, Flexible Spending Account, Health Savings account, with employer contribution. Coverage is provided for employees and family members including domestic partners. Short-and long-term disability, Employee Assistance Program, Life & ADD insurance, 403b retirement plan with generous employer match, flexible leave options, 11 paid holidays per year, and up to 4 weeks of paid time off in a rolling year. Employees may qualify for PSLF as Geneva is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Full time positions come with all benefits. Part time and intermittent positions may vary.
About The Position
The Research Laboratory Technician I will provide technical knowledge and expertise in clinical laboratory analysis by assisting with bench top experiments, preparing and assisting with the experiments, collecting and analyzing data, and preparing reports.
This is an on-site position assigned to Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in Silver Spring, MD. A thorough government background check will be required.
About The Project
U.S. Service Members are at risk of exposure to a variety of toxic chemicals and materials throughout their normal duty activities. The complexity of these exposures requires a broad scope effort to understand and address the resulting health effects. We propose to develop an integrated Operational Systems Toxicology program to study multiple military relevant exposures. Systems toxicology brings together the traditional testing methods of toxicology with cutting edge technology to examine how changes in genes, proteins, and other factors following a toxic exposure contribute to the development of injury. The work presented in this proposal will lay the ground work to allow the US military to enter a new era of personalized toxicology, by helping to develop tools that can protect Service Members and civilians from injury or diseases resulting from toxic exposures.
$45,000 - $60,000. Salaries are determined based on several factors including external market data, internal equity, and the candidate’s related knowledge, skills, and abilities for the position.