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Our clients include integrated oil companies, major mining multinationals, as well as several of the world's largest global electric utilities and power-generation firms. In addition, we work closely with the Global Markets group by supporting energy and commodity trading and sector analysis/portfolio management groups within financial institutions. We also collaborate with the other client services teams on a variety of strategic research projects and thematic workshops.
- Must be able to handle dogs of all sizes and cats
- Must enjoy working with both people and pets
- Must have the stamina to walk energetic dogs as well as ensure our pet resort looks inviting and clean
- Must have a flexible work schedule where you can work during the week, as well as, on the weekends and holiday time frames.
- Must be able to follow directions and comply with processes and procedures
- Must have a keen sense of observation when observing the pets
- CAN NOT BE ALLERGIC TO DOGS OR CATS
- CSRs: Must be able to multi-task and handle large phone call volumes and walk in tours
- CSRs: Must have a positive, upbeat phone voice and personality
?Direct advisory services: We offer quarterly in-person commodity outlook presentations, tailored to client interests within our broad suite of thematic coverage. In addition, clients have full access to Eurasia Group's research platform of directors and senior analysts via phone and email.
?Regional and thematic research products: Our group's flagship product is Energy Trendwatch, which is distributed to clients on a weekly basis. Our clients also receive Eurasia Group's suite of daily, weekly, and monthly publications, ranging from event-driven notes to forward-looking regional and global outlooks.
?Tailored projects & consulting: We provide a variety of bespoke services in conjunction with Eurasia Group's regional research groups, including market-entry analysis, executive briefings, monitoring services, strategic planning, country studies, and sector-focused comparative risk modeling.
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Animal Technician I,Bumc Lab Animal Science Center
Tracking Code 8808/E1717 Job Description Ensure quality animal care for all research animals. Maintain proper sanitation of all animal equipment, research facility and materials.
Strictly follow all institutional, local, state, federal regulations, policies and procedures to assure proper animal health and welfare. Responsible for basic animal husbandry for common rodent laboratory species, both conventional and barrier settings, and/or aquatics. Also responsible for basic cleaning and sanitation of any/all equipment, research facilities.
Required Skills High school diploma or equivalent required. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor. Job Location Boston, Massachusetts, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular
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Animal Care Technician-Intermediate
Job Description Provide care and treatment of laboratory animals, monitor animal health, assist in experimental procedures and surgical operations on animals. # Preferred Qualifications At least 3 years experience with animals in a work setting. ALAT certification through AALAS is preferred.
Job Duties Job Duty Prepare animals for experimental procedures to include aseptic surgery
, monitor animal health, and provide post-procedural care of the animals such as administration of medication, suture removal, dressing of surgical site(s), and veterinary technical support for multiple imaging modalities. Percentage Of Time 55 Job Duty Maintains large animal records and administers prescribed treatments.
Percentage Of Time 15 Job Duty Assist in the Pathology lab to include blood analyzer operation, fecal testing, and other lab procedures. Percentage Of Time 5 Job Duty Cleans and maintains procedure and treatment rooms in order to ensure sanitary conditions. Percentage Of Time 20 Job Duty Trains research staff on how to perform basic handling and surgical procedures on laboratory animals for research purposes. Percentage Of Time 5 # EEO Statement We are an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer which includes protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Salary: Competitive Required Qualifications: High school diploma or GED, with three (3) years of experience.
Career Family: Research Job Title: Animal Care Technician-Intermediate Work Location: Medical Center (North Campus, surrounding offices and clinics) Benefits Eligible?: Yes Work Schedule: Monday – Friday; 8:00 am – 5:00 pm; with some weekends and holidays Number of hours per week: 40 Is this position required to drive a UT vehicle?: Yes Combination of Relevant Education and Experience accepted: Yes Requisition Number: 20162771 Type of Recruitment: Open Recruitment (open to UTHSCSA and non-UTHSCSA employees) Security Sensitive Statement: All positions are security sensitive and will require criminal background checks.
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Animal Care Technician
Position Summary An entry level position that provides the employee the necessary training and experience to provide husbandry to laboratory animals; to understand the basics of animal health and disease; and to clean sterilize caging and associated equipment required for laboratory animal housing and care. This entry-level position assumes increasing competence through on-the-job and classroom training, and work experience.
Incumbent will work under the direction of the Facility Supervisor, Assistant Manager or Manager. After acquiring the skills to provide this apprenticeship and attaining the certification level of Assistant Laboratory Animal Technician (ALAT) provided by the American Association of Laboratory Animal Science, this apprentice is promoted to Senior Animal Care Technician. Works in facilities maintained at WCMC and occasionally MSKCC.
Position Activities Dirty Side Cage Wash: Under direction from cage wash lead, processes dirty caging and equipment in preparation for sanitization in cage washing equipment.
Sanitizes caging and related equipment in automated cage washing equipment and sterilizers. Performs routine cleaning on equipment. Dissembles and washes Thoren units.
Other duties as required. Clean Side Cage Wash: Assembles caging for use by other Animal Care Technicians.
Operates automated cage wash equipment and sterilizers. Prepares acidified water bottles using automated bottle filler. Receives, transports, stores, and labels animal feed and bedding.
Reassembles Thoren units.
Other duties as required. Animal Husbandry:
Learns skills necessary to provide husbandry to all major species in conventional and specialized animal holding rooms/suites. Husbandry includes changing cages and feeding and watering animals utilizing specialized techniques and equipment. Develops skills necessary to handle various species of animals.
Implements various RARC policies and procedures including animal health checks, sentinel animal, environmental monitoring inadequate cage card, overcrowded cages and dead animals as described in standard operating procedures. Other duties as required. Facility Maintenance:
Reports all facility-related problems to supervisor(s). Learns to recognize and reports conditions of animal health and welfare that are at variance from normal for the species. Cleans work area, washes and waxes flooring, walls, ceiling, and lighting fixtures in the animal holding rooms, cage wash areas, and associated corridors. Assesses condition of caging equipment and makes recommendations for equipment replacement and or repair.
Documentation: Records information as required for job duties. Develops an understanding of RARC's recharge system and takes weekly cage animal census utilizing scanners and the EnCoMPass application. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Minimum Requirements High School diploma, or GED Work assignments may include weekends and holidays. Lifting, pushing, pulling and carry heavy animals (dogs, pigs, sheep, Non-human primates), equipment and supplies.
Visual concentration; manual dexterity; eye-hand coordination; and standing for extended periods. Hours may vary from 6 AM to 8 PM. Participates in on-the-job training required to develop new skills, learn new techniques, and implement new policies. Detail oriented.
Skill and Abilities Ability to follow oral and written instructions. Ability to communicate instructions and observations effectively verbally and in writing. Ability to lift and carry 50 pounds. Ability to climb and work from ladders and platforms. Working Conditions/Physical Demands Physical Demands Lifting, pushing, pulling, and carrying heavy animals (dogs, pigs, sheep, non-human primates, equipment, and supplies.
Visual concentration; manual dexterity; eye-hand coordination; and standing for extended periods. Work Conditions Protective equipment including uniforms, steel toed shoes, masks, aprons, gloves, and head covers are provided and required for specific activities. Work assignments may include weekends and holidays. Employee may be exposed to dust, dirt, unpleasant odors, laboratory animals, animal excreta, and hot and humid surroundings. Potential exposure to animal bites and scratches, needles and other sharp instruments, infectious agents, radioisotopes, toxic chemicals, and radiation. No relocation assistance is provided for this position. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. Weill Cornell Medicine is committed to excellence in patient care, scientific discovery and the education of future physicians in New York City and around the world. The doctors and scientists of Weill Cornell Medicine—faculty from Weill Cornell Medical College, Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences, and Weill Cornell Physician Organization—are engaged in world-class clinical care and cutting-edge research that connect patients to the latest treatment innovations and prevention strategies. Located in the heart of the Upper East Side's scientific corridor, Weill Cornell Medicine's powerful network of collaborators extends to its parent university Cornell University; to Qatar, where an international campus offers a U.S. medical degree; and to programs in Tanzania, Haiti, Brazil, Austria and Turkey. Weill Cornell Medicine faculty provide comprehensive patient care at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, NewYork-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital and NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens. Weill Cornell Medicine is also affiliated with Houston Methodist.EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled
Organization:Research Animal Resource Center
Title:Animal Care Technician
Location:New York City
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Animal Caretaker, Layers
Position Overview:Essential Functions:
- Commit and adhere to Daybreak Foods industry leading Animal Welfare practices and standards. Develop a complete understanding of how a layer house is operated.
*Ensure that chickens have a proper supply of the following: Feed, light, air, water.
- Ensure the security of chickens and the premises by keeping all facility doors locked to protect birds from predators, external climate and unauthorized personnel.
*Monitor automated "Fancom" environmental computer and its control: *Report deviations to Production Supervisor or adjust as directed. Monitor cage complexes and remove mortality.
*Monitor egg conveyors for blockage.
*Perform daily feed bin inventory readings.
*Monitor, clean, and maintain the ventilation system inside and outside of buildings.
*Clean feeding and egg collection equipment as trained following all safety procedures.
*Walk basement where manure is stored daily and check for problems.
*Sweep and clean different areas of the buildings and hallways.
*Perform and assist with regular preventive maintenance such as repairing, oiling, greasing, and timing of equipment.
*Assist with tasks associated with moving birds in and out of houses.
*Assist in the cleaning of houses between flocks.
*Operate skid loader as directed.
*On call for emergency assistance with alarms.
*Document completed tasks on a daily and weekly basis.
*Perform other responsibilities as assigned.Experience: *1 Year experience in the poultry industry or production agriculture preferred.
*Basic Preventive Maintenance Experience preferred.
*Basic mechanical knowledge.
*Working knowledge of agricultural operations preferred. Skills: *Basic mechanical skills.
*Good communication skills.
*Basic computer operating skills.
*Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite applications helpful.
*Strong organizational and time management skills.Abilities: *Mechanical aptitude.
*Ability to read, calculate and understand basic production statistics such as: Percent production, lbs. feed per 100 birds, case weight, other measurements as required.
*Ability to operate basic farm machinery preferred: Tractors, skid steers.
*Ability to collaborate cross-functionally to achieve objectives.
*Ability to interact with individuals from diverse ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds.
*Stand, walk; use hands to handle tools, objects or controls; reach with hands and arms; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
*The employee is occasionally required to sit, climb or balance, and talk or hear.
*The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
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Animal Attendant (Husbandry)
Job Title Animal Attendant (Husbandry) Employment Status Full Time Laboratory / Department Comparative Bioscience Center Department Description The Comparative Bioscience Center provides a comprehensive program of animal care in support of the University's in vivo research.
The goal of our staff is to provide investigators with the highest level of research support at the lowest cost while ensuring the welfare of the animals used in the research.
The center is fully accredited by the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care International (AAALAC). Detailed Description The Animal Attendant will provide the daily care for laboratory animals using established policies and procedures as prescribed by federal and state laws and regulations. Will perform multiple assignments including cage changing, general care, monitoring, and reporting of animal health. The Animal Attendant must also maintain and report on facility equipment, cleaning assigned rooms, performing animal receiving procedures, and maintaining consumable supplies (food, water, bedding) in assigned rooms.
In addition, the attendant will be responsible for animal room records, and notification of appropriate personnel concerning irregularities in animal health and the environment. The Animal Attendant will report to the Floor Supervisor and be overseen by a Group Leader. Job Requirements High School diploma or equivalent required; certification at the Assistant Laboratory Animal Technician (ALAT) level is preferred.
One year of experience in a research facility is preferred, although a two year college degree can be substituted for one year of work experience. Must be knowledgeable of federal and state laws regulating animal use in research, familiar with standard operating procedures, and able to handle and restrain animals. Additional Details Must be able to push/pull carts on weight-bearing wheels weighing a minimum of 500 pounds, lift supplies weighing up to 50 pounds, and tolerate a significant amount of standing, bending, and walking. Must not be allergic to animals, waste products, or bedding.
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CMP Research Animal Technician I
Position Information Position Title CMP Research Animal Technician I Posting Title CMP Research Animal Technician I System Member Institution/Agency TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY (TAMU) Department COMPARATIVE MEDICINE PROGRAM / 02-134312 Posting Number S00744FY17 Salary $11.13 Pay Basis Hourly Job Close Date Geographic Location College Station Budget Type Budgeted/Benefits - Full-Time Is this position restricted by the Patriot Act? No Is this position D.O.T. regulated?
No EEO AA Statement The Texas A&M System is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer committed to diversity. Position Summary Information Job Summary The CMP Research Animal Technician I, under general supervision, performs routine husbandry duties for laboratory animals. Sanitizes animal holding rooms and maintains other assigned support areas.
Required Education and Experience High school diploma or equivalent combination of education and experience. Six months of related experience in laboratory animal care. Preferred Education and Experience Successful completion of CMP Laboratory Animal Science Course.
Required Licenses, Certifications, or Registrations Preferred Licenses, Certifications, or Registrations American Association of Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) Assistant Laboratory Animal Technician (ALAT) certification. Valid driver’s license and good driving record. Required Special Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills Successful completion of any CMP Laboratory Animal Science Course within first year in position.
Oral and written communication skills. Organizational skills. Preferred Special Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills Other Requirements or Other Factors Availability to work outside of normal business hours; such as a Tuesday thru Saturday shift or a Sunday thru Thursday shift.
Work weekends and Holidays as required. Ability to multi-task and work cooperatively with others. Preferred Other Requirements or Other Factors Detailed Job Duties Duties Performed Performs husbandry duties for assigned conventional and specific pathogen free research animal colonies.
Follows established protocols and procedures and ensures compliance with applicable federal, state and local laws, regulation and guidelines concerning quality assurance and laboratory animal care and use. Duties Performed Observes all laboratory animals in assigned work areas and reports any sick, injured or distressed animals. Records accurate daily observation of animals and environmental parameters.
Duties Performed Cleans and maintains laboratory animal care areas and cage wash area and documents sanitation and maintenance of assigned areas. Operates cage washers and autoclaves, including reporting any malfunctioning equipment and documenting daily equipment performance. Transports animals, caging equipment, bulk feed, and bedding materials.
Duties Performed Participates in training and continued education activities as required by federal guidelines and accreditation standards. Interacts and communicates effectively with Texas A&M University research staff and Comparative Medicine Program (CMP) staff. Attend meetings as required. Duties Performed Performs other duties as assigned.
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Animal Care Technician I
Position Information Posting Number NONAC1023 Job Title Animal Care Technician I Position Title Animal Care Technician I Position Type Non-Faculty Pay Rate Up to $28,200 Department Ctr For Lab Animal Research (CLAR) Position Summary Provide daily care for research animals in accordance with federal, state and institutional requirements. Position Accountabilities and Essential Functions: -Feeds, changes cages & racks, and waters animals daily to maintain quality support for research projects.
Sanitizes animal facility and equipment such as racks and cages by spraying with liquid chemical detergents and place in washer in order to maintain a healthy living environment for animal species.
Autoclaves biohazard materials, equipment and all bedding to ensure freedom from germs.
Maintains room by monitoring environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, air exchanges), Also by sweeping, mopping, maintaining assigned rooms to ensure neatness and cleanliness.
Maintains accurate daily records of animal population.
Maintains cage processing in the cage wash area. The above statements describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this classification. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required of personnel so classified. Minimum Qualifications Education: High School Diploma and 0-1 year of related experience. Experience: 0-1 year of related experience. Must have a valid Georgia Driver’s License and an insurable driving record. NOTE: As a condition of continued employment, all Animal Technician I, II positions must obtain Laboratory Animal Technician (LAT) certification by the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) within two (2) years from date of employment Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities: -Knowledge of federal, state and local regulations pertaining to laboratory animals.
Ability to recognize obvious signs of illness, discomfort, and irregularities, such as abnormal food and water consumption, abnormal stool, unusual behavior, death, malocclusion, ear mites, nails abscesses and wounds, in all species of laboratory animals.
Ability to perform duties related to the care and sanitation of laboratory animals and equipment according to instructions and established guidelines.
Ability to handle and restrain all identify sex common laboratory animals.
Ability to work with individuals at all levels.
Ability to lift up to 50lbs. Preferred Qualifications Posting Date 05/25/2017 Closing Date Open Until Filled No Special Instructions to Applicants As a condition of continued employment, all Animal Technician positions must be certified by the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) within 2 years from date of employment.
Laboratory Animal Technician
Laboratory Animal Technician
- Requisition ID:WD119982 + Position:Full time + Open date:May 15, 2017 6:12 PM + Functional area:Technicians + Location: Collegeville, Pennsylvania + Required degrees:Diploma + Experience required:2 years + Relocation:No Email a friend Basic qualifications:• High School Diploma with minimum of 2 years relevant animal related experience Preferred qualifications:• AALAS certification required to appropriate levels as per job role • Associate degree or BS degree in relevant animal or life sciences Specialized Knowledge: • Knowledge and experience in the field of Laboratory Animal Science • Knowledge of federal, state and local Animal Welfare legislation and sound judgment how to balance optimal animal care, research goals and regulatory compliance • Demonstrates ability to perform tissue sample collection, set up mating pairs, wean animals and track data in various software applications • Positive interpersonal skills and the ability to work with a diverse group of scientific customers • Ability to plan and organize effectively • Ability to work independently and to work as a matrix team member Details:The Laboratory Animal Technician is a professional animal care specialist who, in accordance with standard operating procedures and regulatory requirement performs a wide variety of duties necessary to ensure the care, welfare, enrichment and well being of all laboratory animals entrusted to their care.
They will ensure all country and local regulatory and compliance requirements as well as AAALAC accreditation is maintained. Key Responsibilities: • Responsible for daily laboratory animal husbandry and care including enrichment and well being practices for all animals assigned to their responsibility. • Perform the duties required for the daily care of various research animals including feeding, watering, cleaning, and cage sanitation as well as the moving and transferring of animals as needed • Make daily observations related to the condition and health of animals and report any irregularities in the animal colony, including the recording and reporting of ill or abnormal animals and conditions to the supervisory and veterinary staff in a timely fashion • Maintain animal rooms and facilities in a hospital-clean state of sanitation at all times • Responsible for reviewing, learning and following all department protocols, Standard Operating Procedures and safety practices • Demonstrate high accuracy with record keeping and documentation required including AREA forms and other required documentation practices • Perform authorized routine maintenance and repairs of assigned equipment and report all broken or malfunctioning equipment to the supervisor • Participate in the department’s Level 1 Management Monitoring program by evaluating audit feedback on their areas of responsibility and ensuring a continuous improvement plan is robustly implemented to correct all findings quickly • Ensure compliance with all safety practices and appropriate use of all personal protective equipment at all times • Perform after hours, weekend and holiday work as required to meet the operational needs of the department Contact information: You may apply for this position online by selecting the Apply now button.
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Animal TechBoston, Massachusetts Apply Save Type:Contract-to-Hire Category:Scientific & Clinical Standard Hours:40 Job ID:115567 Date Posted:03/24/2017 Responsibilities for Animal Technician: + Perform animal husbandry tasks + Provide research support services + Evaluate animal’s health and assess animals for behavioral problems + Provide facility maintenance and sanitation Requirements for Animal Technician: + HSD with 2+ years animal care experience + ALAT certification; AS/BS in Animal Science with 1+ year of animal care experience + Experience in a research animal care facility Apply Save
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