Associate’s degree in an appropriate field; OR two years of experience performing tests and procedures in a laboratory or clinical setting.
Training in organic analysis techniques, specifically experience with solid phase extraction techniques and operating LC-MS/MS and/or GC-MS/MS instruments. Experience analyzing environmental chemicals in biological specimens.
The Laboratory Technician, under the supervision of doctoral-level laboratory staff, will be responsible for organic analysis techniques including the preliminary preparation of samples, sample extraction using various methods, sample preparation for instrumental analysis, and instrumental and preliminary data analysis. In addition, the incumbent will be responsible for the operation and basic maintenance of instruments used for analysis, and will assist in the development and documentation of new methods. The Laboratory Technician will also be responsible for maintaining sample log books and tracking the supplies needed for sample extraction and instrumental analysis.
Grant funded position. Compliance with funding requirements such as time and effort reporting, grant deliverables, and contract deliverables, is required.
Since exposure to potentially hazardous substances may be involved with this position, the selected candidate may be required to wear personal protective clothing and equipment and may receive specific immunizations.
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