Laboratory Assistant at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana

Posted in Other 9 days ago.





Job Description:

Department

GENOMICS AND BIOINFORMATICS (BL-CGBI-IUBLA)

Job Summary

This position will be responsible for performing laboratory tasks to assist laboratory personnel including office staff, technologists, supervisors and the laboratory manager in completing diagnostic testing in a CLIA-certified clinical laboratory.

Required Qualifications

Fifteen hours of college course work in biology, chemistry, or a relevant scientific field and one year of work experience in a laboratory environment.

Good mathematical and English language skills. Ability to perform accurate measurements and data recording. Proficient computer skills with a basic understanding of Microsoft Office Word and Excel.

Working Conditions / Demands

Mobility to move about easily in the lab. May require long hours remaining stationary at lab bench. Requires shift work that may include early morning or evening work hours.

Work Location

Bloomington, Indiana

Job Classification

Salary Plan: SS

Salary Grade: 0E

FLSA: Nonexempt

Job Function: Research

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