-Client is seeking a Lab Technician II
-Responsible for performing entry level technical work and related activities associated with the planning, engineering, design, analysis, research, development, testing, construction, maintenance, and operation of Company equipment and facilities.
-For Laboratory Assignment: Laboratory Technicians serve in support of Transmission and Generation and third party interests, performing a variety of independent, non-routine, and more complex quantitative analyses using sophisticated laboratory instrumentation.
-The Lab Technician Associate performs the preparation oil samples prior to analysis and performs a variety of technical duties requiring limited independent analyses, organizing work, and learning to make analytical decisions based on quality control results and trends.
-The Technician Associate must have excellent computer based skills required to work with laboratory software, client's equipment asset database, and be competent in Microsoft Office.
-Receive samples for oil analysis and dissolved gas analysis, record their receipt in the log book, and store samples as required.
-Follow established laboratory processes and procedures, perform analysis of laboratory data, and document analysis results in the client's equipment asset database.
-Perform with oversight a variety of duties of a technical nature requiring some independent analysis and exhibiting fundamental understanding of lab procedures.
-Demonstrates competency in routine procedures and analytical techniques under the guidance of experienced technicians.
-Understands and practice safe laboratory procedures. Perform all tasks in a safe manner, according to company policy.
-Demonstrates competencies required for accuracy and precision of analytical data for laboratory work.
-Develops an awareness of the relationships among sample turnaround time, sample load, and internal and external customer requirements.
-Understands the importance to record and communicate unusual occurrences during the course of analytical methods and procedures.
-Ship and receive materials through pony express, UPS, and other carriers.
-Receive chemicals, compressed gas cylinders, and supplies. Record receipts and place in storage as required.
-Clean and maintain assigned areas of the laboratory and perform other housekeeping duties as may be assigned.
-Dispose of broken glassware, scrap sampling cans, sample oil, and other materials in accordance with the client's Environmental requirements.
-Assist other laboratory personnel as assigned.
-Maintain the client's Chemical Hygiene Plan (SHEMS) requirements.
-Maintain stock of supplies to assure uninterrupted lab operation.
-Operate company automotive equipment in the course of the pick-up and/or delivery of various samples, supplies, materials, etc., as assigned.
-Be available for call-out and overtime as assigned.
-Perform other duties as assigned.
-Education: Associate's degree in Science in Chemistry, Industrial Hygiene, or Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology
-Must possess a valid vehicle driver's license.
-Additional Requirement: Excellent computer based skills required to work with laboratory software, the client's equipment asset database, and be competent in Microsoft Office.