About the job
The Laboratory Technician will report to the Lab director of Zeta Corporation.
Job Overview: The Laboratory Technician is responsible for performing various activities to ensure smooth operations daily and plays a vital role in monitoring the overall safety of the lab. Laboratory Technician is involved in several aspects of the lab, including but not limited to scheduling instrument & equipment PMs, inventory management, SOPs, and compliance.
• Perform all tasks required for daily order fulfillment, including but not limited to receiving and processing orders, pipetting, vialing, antibody manufacturing, label generation, packing/shipping, returns/complaint handling, and general support.
• Ensure all reagents and supplies are well-stocked and available.
• Maintain laboratory equipment performance by establishing and following quality standards, certifying instrument performance, and arranging equipment replacement, PMs, and repair services.
• Manage product inventories & chemical inventories.
• Observe laboratory safety and ensure that the laboratory complies with all local, state, and federal regulations. In cases where non-compliance is found, document the instances as well as how they were abated
• Recommend new procedures, equipment, and process improvements
• Review and update laboratory protocols and procedures (SOPs) to ensure compliance with the latest requirements.
• Ensure that the laboratory is cleaned & sanitized, and kept orderly.
• Provide administrative and technical support to other staff as needed
Skills and Qualifications
• Associates Degree in biological science or related field
• 2+ years of experience in basic research, clinical, or industry laboratory work (benchtop experience is required)
• Effective data trending, documentation control, and technical bench skills
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
• Solid understanding of the scientific principles
• Excellent problem-solving, team-building, time-management, and multi-tasking ability
• Solid understanding of the regulatory requirements
• Ability to lift > 20 lbs