Environmental Monitoring Laboratory Technician
Environmental Monitoring Laboratory TechnicianDivision:
Research & Economic Dev (Adm)Work Unit:
Research Protections & IntegrityWork Location:
BioinformaticsVacancy Open To:
All CandidatesPosition Designation:
Non-Student TemporaryEmployment Type:
Temporary - Full-timeHours per week:
40/hr per weekWork Schedule:
Varied 8:00 am-5:00 pm
At least one year of experience working in a molecular biology laboratoryDepartmental Preferred Experience, Skills, Training/Education::
•At least one year of PCR and nucleic acid extraction experience.
•Strong computer skills.
•Excellent organizational skills
•Follow established laboratory procedures for specimen labeling, handling, preparation
•Process report results to appropriate areas.
•Record all data and results in specified forms (paper and electronic) with accuracy and responsibility and maintain laboratory documentation.
•Maintain equipment and assist in ordering laboratory supplies.
•Ensure that all safety guidelines are followed strictly at all times and maintain a clean and orderly environment.
•Communicate effectively with laboratory management and other staff members.
•Perform instrument maintenance and troubleshooting.
•Conduct quality control and quality assurance testing.
•Perform manual and automated RNA extraction from various sample types.
•Perform Real-Time PCR on extracted samples.
N/ANecessary Licenses or Certifications:
N/AProposed Hire Date:
10/25/2020Expected Length of Assignment:
6-12 monthsPosting Open Date:
10/12/2020Posting Close Date:
12/31/2020Special Notes to Applicants:
We also have part-time positions open. Looking to fill positions immediately.
Full-time temporary positions do not offer healthcare benefits, leave accrual (paid time off), or retirement entitlement (state service). Full-time temporary positions do not offer leave accrual (paid time off), or retirement entitlement (state service) benefits. However, full-time temporary employees are eligible to participate in a High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP).
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