19 Mar 2023
Full-Time Digital Lab Technician – Talakag
Lab Technicians help lab workers. Lab Technicians do more jobs over time. Lab technicians examine and supervise procedures for quality assurance. They set up lab equipment and prepare chemical solutions under the supervision of chemists and other team members. They perform tests, evaluate and analyze data, assemble findings, and generate reports.
Job Title : Digital Lab Technician
Location : Talakag, Bukidnon Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 25.09 per hour.
Company : ICONMA, LLC
Job Type : Full-Time
- A full understanding of the Lab Scope, as well as all applicable lab documentation and procedures, must be ensured via the lab work queue.
- Participates in the assessment and presentation of outcomes in both official and informal settings, making suggestions as needed. With minimum supervision, analyzes and provides findings.
- Includes established criteria for competence and workstation operation to help train and orient new workers, students, and residents. This role is in charge of keeping track of and making sure there are enough supplies for the tasks it has been given. It also makes sure that the materials and chemicals it uses are as cheap as they can be.
- Performs High Complexity testing only under the supervision of a technologist or with results reviewed by a Supervisor or Manager, Recognizes important, abnormal, and unsatisfactory test findings and follows up in accordance with established standards.
- Possible additions to the list of tasks include chromatography column packing, cycle studies, stability studies, material production, and some analytical help (HPLC, ELISA, SDS-PAGE).
- As part of the technician’s duties, they include anything from buffer preparation to equipment maintenance to basic lab upkeep to inventorying common items and coordinating these activities with other technicians.
- Ensures that all work programs have the right safety attitudes, procedures, and housekeeping, and does work in a way that protects self, coworkers, the environment, and the safety of the community.
- Has the capacity to operate effectively both with others and on their own. Maintains lab equipment and does other tasks as required.
- Sample prep, weighing, and combustion, then results Help with lab set-up, spiking, sample preparation, and analysis.
- Create and evaluate product mixes to aid in batch changes, root cause investigations, or new product assessments. Use contemporary analytical testing procedures on raw materials, in-process materials, and completed products.
- Hands are often used to touch, handle, or feel items, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; communicate or listen; and taste or smell. Typically, the employee is asked to stand, walk, and sit. The employee must lift and/or move up to 25 pounds on a daily basis.
- Gaining the ability to do addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with tens, hundreds, and two-digit numbers. Use of American currency as well as weight, volume, and distance measurement to perform these tasks.
- 1-2 years of closely comparable experience, particularly in a manufacturing context, Four-year bachelor’s degree in chemistry or comparable discipline
- or a General Equivalency Diploma (GED), Completion of at least twelve semester units in chemistry or bacteriology, with the former being strongly desired. Laboratory testing and analysis experience over a period of one year.
- Ability to read a limited number of two- and three-syllable words, as well as notice similarities and differences between words and numbers. The ability to read and write basic sentences.