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Wet Chemistry Technician 3p-11:30p

Henrietta, NY · Science/Research
Our client, a leading Environmental Testing Lab is looking for a Wet Chemistry Technician to join their team.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a recent graduate to get hands on, professional experience in the field.

Monday-Friday, 3:00p - 11:30p
Pay: $18/hr
Contract to Hire

The Wet Chemistry Tech will perform microbiology and wet chemistry analyses in accordance with prescribed methods and standard operating procedures.
Specific Responsibilities:
  • Analyze wastewater and sludge/solid samples for microbiological and wet chemistry parameters.
  • Perform all quality control requirements associated with the methods and maintain appropriate records.
  • Prioritize work by creating schedules to complete daily assignments.
  • Interpret and author SOPs, perform reagent formulation, record bench level observations, and keep records in bound and electronic notebooks.
  • Perform other duties as assigned and directed.
Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
  • Demonstrated ability to prioritize work schedules and be self-directed in completing daily assignments as well as mid-range and long-term department objectives related to training and quality assurance.
  • Previous positions required being multi-tasked, organized, detail oriented, and possess excellent problem-solving capabilities; will have good time management capabilities.
  • Have a demonstrated ability to communicate well in English, both verbal and written.
  • Desire to work in a laboratory science setting.
  • Proven ability to learn new concepts quickly.
Required Qualifications:
  • High school graduate plus college courses of a scientific nature.
  • Additional education or 1-3 years of experience working in a laboratory setting preferred, but not required.
Physical Demands:
  • The ability to stand for intervals of up to 8 hours while working. 
  • Able to speak and hear clearly while communicating with co-workers and managers.
  • Dexterity in hands and fingers to operate equipment and handle glassware.
  • Must have average vision and able to see to read reports and operate equipment.
  • Hearing and speech to communicate in person and over the telephone.
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