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Monkey Caretakers Are Needed—must be able to drive a vehicle and have a driver’s license.

Why the need to drive – are monkeys being transported, if so where?

 

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Danville PA Monkeys

Remember the news about the truck carrying 100 lab monkeys in Danville, Pennsylvania, that crashed and 3 or 4 monkeys ran loose causing citizens to panic.  These monkeys were shot dead by the Pennsylvania State Police.  (See article.)

 

 

There is a job posted on the Texas Bio Medical Research Center website seeking monkey caretakers with a driver’s license.  (See below .)

 

 

 

The job ad is seeking monkey caretakers to take care of monkeys in a lab in the United States.

 

The job ad is currently active.  No experience is required, except the applicant must be able to take orders and have a valid driver’s license. 

 

The only education requirement is that the applicants have a high school degree.

The job hazards are innumerable.

 

The caretaker will not only be  exposed to the monkeys, but will be exposed to the diseases they may have such as Simian Retrovirus, Herpes, HIV, Hepatitis, and other such diseases; as they clean-up and take care of the monkeys.

 

The job ad does not state how much money the monkey caretakers will be paid.

 

Ebola Outbreak Map has shared much news about the The Texas Bio Medical Research Center.

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You probably have not heard about labs hiring monkey animal caretakers, other than directly on the Texas Bio Medical Research Center website.  It appears the media has deemed it not news worthy.

This story is very shocking and we do not condone any animal abuse; especially injecting HIV, Ebola, or any other disease into any animals.

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The NIH Grant Funded Animal Experiment Center will provide brand new indoor/outdoor housing for up to 800 nonhuman primates 

Southwest National Primate Research Center is supported by the Office of Research Infrastructure Programs, National Institutes of Health through the grant P51 OD011133.

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Animal Caretaker I – Baboon Group

San Antonio, TX, United States

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ANIMAL CARETAKER – BABOON GROUP

GENERAL SUMMARY
Candidate must be able to wash down baboon cages, feed animals, perform daily health checks on animals, and sanitize cages using various detergents and portable power washers.  Must be able to work well as a team member, as well as independently. May perform other duties as assigned by the Animal Resources Manager or Veterinarian.

EDUCATION:
Required:        High School diploma or GED equivalent.

EXPERIENCE:  

Preferred:        One year of animal caretaker experience.

SKILLS:

Required:

Must be able to read and follow written and verbal orders from Supervisor and Veterinarian.

Must be able to write legibly and record health data and some research data.

Must have valid driver’s license and meet Texas Biomed driving standards.

POTENTIAL HAZARDS:

Employee’s work will also involve working directly with baboons and other primates of Texas Biomed colonies.
Employee will be exposed to unpleasant odors and animal wastes.

Hazardous chemicals include paint, Enviro-B, Super Blue, AD-1, CFC; Descaler. AD-1. 64LQ.
Biological hazards include infectious materials (BSL-2), Herpes B. Simian retrovirus.

Other occupational hazards include bites, scratches and lifting.

Employee must routinely lift 50 pounds (feed, animals and water hoses) and carry for short distances without assistance.

Prolonged standing.
Work will be performed in outdoor weather conditions.
Participation in a medical monitoring and surveillance program is required (Baseline physical, TB Test, Tetanus, Serum banking and hepatitis screening required, Immunization for Hepatitis B is required.

Employee will drive Texas Biomed vehicles on Texas Biomed business.

Safety Training and protective clothing, equipment, and supplies will be provided to the employee.

OTHER: This is a full-time hourly paid position.  Employee will normally work 7am to 4pm.  Rotating schedule with some weekend and holiday work required.

**All new hires must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and able to provide vaccination record


Animal Caretaker I – Chimp Group

GENERAL SUMMARY
The successful candidate must be able to wash down and move cages, feed animals, perform daily health checks on animals, and sanitize cages using various detergents and portable power washers.

Must be able to work well as a team member, as well as independently. May perform other duties as assigned by the Animal Care Supervisor or Veterinarian.

JOB DUTIES:
Provide daily care for chimpanzees, e.g., watering, feeding, daily cleaning of cages, etc.

Provide all other aspects of primate husbandry, including health checks, recording data and assisting Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians in health care and assist in environmental enrichment program.

Other duties as assigned by Supervisor or Veterinarian.

EDUCATION:     High School diploma or GED equivalent

EXPERIENCE:    No experience required.

SKILLS:

Required:        Must be able to read and follow written and verbal orders from supervisor and Veterinarian.

Must be able to write legibly and record health data and some research data. 

Must have valid driver’s license and meet Texas Biomed driving standards.

 

POTENTIAL HAZARDS:
Employee’s work will involve working with chimpanzees.  Employee will be in direct contact with animals.

Employee will be exposed to unpleasant odors and animal wastes.

Hazardous chemicals include Enviro-B, Super Blue, AD-1, Bleach and Descaler, C.F.C.

Infectious agents include Herpes B Virus and Simian Retrovirus, HIV,


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Animal Caretaker I – Baboon Group

San Antonio, TX, United States
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ANIMAL CARETAKER – BABOON GROUP

GENERAL SUMMARY
Candidate must be able to wash down baboon cages, feed animals, perform daily health checks on animals, and sanitize cages using various detergents and portable power washers.  Must be able to work well as a team member, as well as independently. May perform other duties as assigned by the Animal Resources Manager or Veterinarian.

EDUCATION:
Required:        High School diploma or GED equivalent.

 

EXPERIENCE:  


Preferred:        One year of animal caretaker experience.

SKILLS:

Required:

Must be able to read and follow written and verbal orders from Supervisor and Veterinarian.

Must be able to write legibly and record health data and some research data.

Must have valid driver’s license and meet Texas Biomed driving standards.

POTENTIAL HAZARDS:
Employee’s work will also involve working directly with baboons and other primates of Texas Biomed colonies.
Employee will be exposed to unpleasant odors and animal wastes.
Hazardous chemicals include paint, Enviro-B, Super Blue, AD-1, CFC; Descaler. AD-1. 64LQ.
Biological hazards include infectious materials (BSL-2), Herpes B. Simian retrovirus.

Other occupational hazards include bites, scratches and lifting.

Employee must routinely lift 50 pounds (feed, animals and water hoses) and carry for short distances without assistance.

Prolonged standing.
Work will be performed in outdoor weather conditions.
Participation in a medical monitoring and surveillance program is required (Baseline physical, TB Test, Tetanus, Serum banking and hepatitis screening required, Immunization for Hepatitis B is required.

Employee will drive Texas Biomed vehicles on Texas Biomed business.

Safety Training and protective clothing, equipment, and supplies will be provided to the employee.

OTHER: This is a full-time hourly paid position.  Employee will normally work 7am to 4pm.  Rotating schedule with some weekend and holiday work required.

 

**All new hires must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and able to provide vaccination record


Animal Caretaker I – Chimp Group

GENERAL SUMMARY
The successful candidate must be able to wash down and move cages, feed animals, perform daily health checks on animals, and sanitize cages using various detergents and portable power washers.

Must be able to work well as a team member, as well as independently. May perform other duties as assigned by the Animal Care Supervisor or Veterinarian.


JOB DUTIES:
Provide daily care for chimpanzees, e.g., watering, feeding, daily cleaning of cages, etc.

Provide all other aspects of primate husbandry, including health checks, recording data and assisting Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians in health care and assist in environmental enrichment program.

Other duties as assigned by Supervisor or Veterinarian.

EDUCATION:     High School diploma or GED equivalent


EXPERIENCE:    
No experience required.


SKILLS:


Required:        Must be able to read and follow written and verbal orders from supervisor and Veterinarian.

Must be able to write legibly and record health data and some research data.  Must have valid driver’s license and meet Texas Biomed driving standards.


POTENTIAL HAZARDS:
Employee’s work will involve working with chimpanzees.  Employee will be in direct contact with animals.

Employee will be exposed to unpleasant odors and animal wastes.

Hazardous chemicals include Enviro-B, Super Blue, AD-1, Bleach and Descaler, C.F.C.

Infectious agents include Herpes B Virus and Simian Retrovirus, HIV, Hepatitis B & C.

Other occupational hazards include bites, scratches and lifting.
Employee must routinely lift 50+ pounds (feed, animals, and water hoses) and carry for short distances without assistance.

Participation in a medical monitoring and surveillance program is required. Immunization for Hepatitis B is required unless waived by the employee.

Employee will drive Texas Biomed vehicles on Texas Biomed business.

Safety Training and protective clothing, equipment, and supplies will be provided to the employee.

OTHER: This is a full-time hourly paid position.  Employee will normally work 7:00am to 4:00pm.  Some weekend and holiday work will be required.  Texas Biomed is committed to a drug-free workplace.  Pre-employment drug screen is required.

 

**All new hires must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and able to provide vaccination record

 

 

 

 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT – TB & COVID Labs
The research assistant will assist Staff Scientists, Postdocs and other members of the TB team with day to day tasks that may include performing research and data management.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Performing and assisting team members in molecular biology experiments, including isolation and purification of DNA, RNA and PCR and quantitative RT-PCR.
Performing and assisting in immunology experiments including tissue culture, blood processing, isolation of lymphocytes and macrophages etc.
Assisting in the laboratory work by preparing various biochemical reagents, maintaining and stocking the laboratory, keeping inventory for various studies, assisting with shipping and receiving non-infectious and/or biohazard material to various collaborators and government institutions, etc, as advised by the PI or other senior members of the laboratory. Performing and assisting in microbiological experiments, including preparation of media and bacterial culturing and modification.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
Requires a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with major course work relative to the field of assignment.  General working knowledge of Biosafety level 2 (BSL2) bio containment principles and protocols for animal and laboratory space.  Prior Biosafety level 3 (BSL3) experience is desired, but not required for employment.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT:
Working conditions involve the requirement to follow basic safety precautions in a BSL2 and BSL3 facility and performs work on various strains of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (TB), Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), and Simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV).  Physical demands include moderate physical activity that includes prolonged standing and/or walking, handling moderate weight objects and/or using or carrying equipment.  Individuals may be offered or in some cases required to have vaccinations against the relevant agents.  Participation in medical monitoring and surveillance program is required.  Safety training and protective clothing will be provided.

OTHER:
This is a full time position hourly position.  Business hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm and nights and weekends may be required.

Telephone: (210) 258-9400

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 760549
San Antonio, TX 78245-0549

Shipping Address:
8715 W. Military Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78227-5302

https://www.txbiomed.org/

https://txbiomed.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home?c=txbiomed

 

 


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