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Microbiology Lab Technician - Part-Time, Weekends

Company Name:
Career Transitions, LLC
Our client, located in Elkhart, IN is looking for a Microbiology Lab Technician to test raw materials and finished products in the microbiology laboratories. Support includes, but not limited to sampling water systems according to established procedures, continually maintain stocks of media and supplies based on business needs, maintaining laboratory equipment in working order, and helping to keep the laboratory in a highly functional and orderly state.
This position will be an open ended temporary position.
Hours are Saturday and Sunday, 10-12 hours a day - 2nd shift
Essential Job Functions

Sample water according to established procedures in all water systems
Serve as an alternate to surface and air environmental microbiological testing
Work in conjunction with supervision and microbiologists to report faults in water systems
Set up water tests according to established procedure
Order supplies necessary for microbiology procedures
o Communicate with internal and external supply personnel
o Maintain log of incoming supplies
o Maintain internal and external media certificates of analysis
Maintain efficient systems of media and supplies procurement within the laboratory
Initiate and perform QC testing on incoming media per procedures to maintain readiness for use
Maintain bacterial stocks, as needed
Maintain clean glassware supplies
Record temperatures of temperature enclosures
Create and assemble laboratory record books
Data entry on reports to customers as directed by supervision
Complete applicable cGMP SOP training according to job classification

Minimum Education Requirements
Two-year vocational degree required.


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