Job Openings

I haven’t completely given up on getting the stick boy job, but I’m now starting to think that maybe I should have a plan B in place. I just want a nice, part-time job that I can continue to do when I’m older and which will help pay for the RDS channel and some food.

So it made me quite excited to see a few help wanted ads in a magazine called New Scientist that Luci brought home from work. I read these and thought, hey I can do this! This is excellent, because the stick boy thing is dragging its heels and maybe I can do both if both happen to come my way.

Here are the ads, and if you beat me to them, I’m going to be really upset.

Postdoctoral Position in Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology:

The Scripps Research Institute on the Jupiter, Fl campus is looking for a postdoctoral scientist to study molecular, cellular and behavioral aspects of neuronal signaling. Experience with electrophysiological approaches and genetic mouse models is particularly desired.

And not only that, the University of Nebraska is looking for a Postdoctoral Research Associate! This position will continue studies that have identified small molecules that block fatty acid import. Expertise in mammalian cell culture and rodent handling and a working knowledge of lipid metabolism and pharmcological analysis of small molecules and how they impact metabolism are preferred.

Damn I’d like one of these cushy jobs. Almost like a holiday with pay! I wouldn’t even be surprised to see locked-out players like Brad Marchand go for one of these. And I could be wrong but didn’t Eddie Shack and Gump Worsley do these doctoral jobs when they worked during the summers?

I’m applying right away but I probably won’t get either. They just seem so easy. Surely there must be a catch.

3 thoughts on “Job Openings”

  1. Once the new Canadian hockey league with a spattering of US based teams from a few solid markets where it actually snows kicks in, the stick boy job will become a viable option once again. Don’t give up. We all know good stick boys are few and far between.

  2. Dennis, I see you being more of a movie producer type or having your own reality show. You’re too big for Science.

    You’d also need to be careful. You’d spend too much time developing all kinds of chemicals that do strange things to Hockey Commissioners and Bruins’ players.

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