Laboratory Screening Analyst (2nd. Shift)
The Laboratory Analyst is responsible for the testing and processing of clinical/forensic toxicology samples.
At a minimum, this position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Science.
Specific Lab Experience required includes
- Experience operating an immunoassay analyzer and reviewing data.
- Manage controlled work flow in a fast paced testing environment.
- Assist in troubleshooting of laboratory instruments.
- Schedule routine and emergency service of instrument fleet including immunoassay analyzers.
- Oversight of consumable inventory.
- Use effective written and verbal communication skills to cooperatively work with customers and staff; communicate regularly and effectively with laboratory and operations staff.
- Highly dedicated person, who loves to work in teams and is a natural leader;
- Dedicated to applied science, and motivated by using science to help people;
- Ability to handle a fast-paced and demanding lab environment;
- Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with management, staff and clients both orally and in writing;
- Strong reasoning ability in the identification of problems and the ability to draw conclusions and make responsible decisions;
- The ability to utilize and/or develop connections within the scientific community and utilize these resources in the resolution of issues in the laboratory;
The Analyst may be required to work weekends, holidays and be on-call as business needs dictate. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be exposed to infectious and hazardous chemicals as outlined in the Laboratory Safety Manual.
All job requirements listed indicate the minimum level of knowledge, skills, and/or ability deemed necessary to perform the job proficiently.