2) Organize and order laboratory supplies, reagents, chemicals and gases.
3) Maintain and check laboratory processes, safety gears, disposals, equipment, instruments and computers.
4) Perform instrument repairs and services.
5) Tune and calibrate instruments as scheduled or as needed.
6) Train and help users in using instruments and operating in the Facility.
7) Maintain user logs, instrument logs, system logs, data backups and system backups.
8) Conduct other duties signed by the Director of the Facility.
1) Self-motivated, well organized, problem solving and attention to details.
2) Multiple tasks and effectively manage priority and time.
3) Learn new research techniques or methods.
4) Follow instructions and work independently and as part of a team.
1)Bachelorâ™s degree in chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology, computer science or related fields.
1) Any GCMS, LCMS, GC, LC, TLC and MALDI experiences.
2) Computer hardware and software installation and updates including networking setup experiences.
3) Significant chemical or biological laboratory experiences.
Technical knowledge and skills
1) Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry coursework.
2) Laboratory coursework in chemistry or biochemistry.
3) Strong computer and networking skills.
4) Oral and written communication skills.
1) Curriculum Vita
2) Cover Letter
3) Contact Information of three References.
4) Complete transcripts (unofficial transcripts may be submitted).
Note: When applying, All documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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