Job Description - Sample Processing Tech I (19001704)
Sample Processing Tech I-(19001704)
The Sample Processing Technician is responsible for applying the techniques related to their profession in the clinical unit laboratory. · Perform full spectrum of technical activities related to their field of expertise:
o Prepare, collect and process samples originating from bioequivalence and/or Phase 1 studies
o Administer study medication, as necessary
o Insert catheters and perform venipuncture as necessary (phlebotomist).
· Prepare required buffer solutions for certain studies.
· Provide support with maintenance and calibration of laboratory materials,
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES :
Assist in purchasing supplies needed for the study. · Maintain laboratory premises.
Responsible for performing activities that are in compliance with applicable Corporate and Divisional Policies, Standard Operating Procedures and Operating Guidelines and performing other duties as assigned by management.
Note: This job description describes the principal and main elements of the job. It is a guide to the nature and main duties of the job as they currently exist, but is not intended as a wholly comprehensive or permanent representation
College diploma in biomedical analysis techniques, in medical laboratory, chemistry-biology or analytical chemistry and animal health · Relative alternate certification may be considered acceptable
Less than one year of work experience · Must demonstrate good computer skills especially in the utilization of Microsoft Word and Excel
· Excellent communication, presentation, interpersonal skills, both written and spoken, with an ability to inform, influence, convince, and persuade
For positions located in Canada
· English (level): Ability to understand simple messages and to follow elementary instructions.
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