Chemical Laboratory Technician Job Description Sample
Chemical Laboratory Technician
A Chemical Laboratory Technician job in Muscatine, IA is currently available through Belcan. To be considered for this role, you will have an Associates degree in Chemistry or related scientific field.
Bachelors (BS or BA) degree preferred. In this role, you will be supporting production units in a chemical manufacturing facility working around agricultural chemicals and laboratory equipment.
Chemical Laboratory Technician job duties:
Prepare reagents, solutions, and standards.
Maintain instruments, and apparatus according to established procedures to support testing activities of the unit
Conduct lab analyses and communicate with customers in a professional
Troubleshooting and maintenance of laboratory equipment
Associates degree in Chemistry or related scientific field.
Bachelors (BS or BA) degree preferred.
Chromatography, LIMS and CDS experience
Experience with GC, LC, IC, and Mass Spec instrumentation
Ability to interpret, modify, and integrate chromatograms
Rotating shift work is required, as the Lab is staffed continuously 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
If you are interested in this Chemical Laboratory Technician job in Muscatine, IA, please apply via the apply now link provided. Belcan is a leading provider of qualified personnel to many of the world's most respected enterprises.
We offer excellent opportunities for contract/temporary, temp-to-hire, and direct assignments in the engineering, IT, and professional fields. We are the employer of choice for thousands worldwide. Our overriding goal is to provide quality staffing solutions that help people, organizations, and communities succeed.
Belcan is a team-driven Equal Opportunity Employer committed to workforce diversity. For more information, please visit our website at http://www.belcan.com.
Chemical Laboratory Technician
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US - California - Thousand Oaks
When you're part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you'll do important work, like helping customers in finding cures for cancer, protecting the environment or making sure our food is safe. Your work will have real-world impact, and you'll be supported in achieving your career goals.
This position is focused on service delivery excellence for UnityTM Lab Services. This position will utilize the basic functionality of systems and applications relevant to the job function. Strong communication skills are also required.
Follows well defined procedures as outlined by Best Practices, SOP's & work instructions. Take direction from Supervisor/Manager regarding daily duties.
Makes decisions and utilizes available resources to meet customer requirements, independently.
Analyzes/maintains/reconciles various customer and Thermo Fisher reports to ensure customer and Thermo Fisher requirements are met.
Communicates with supervisor/manager any customer issues or potential problems.
Promotes personal growth and development by staying abreast of new policies and enhancements without the presence of site trainer and management team.
Listens to customer concerns, effectively diffuses dissatisfaction, and quickly identifies course of action with a goal of first call resolution within established turnaround times.
Works effectively with a diverse cross-functional team.
Embraces Practical Process Improvement (PPI) methodologies.
Utilizes systems as required by job function.
Represents Thermo Fisher Scientific at all times throughout customer locations, professionally and positively.
Performs other duties as assigned by management.
Adhere to safety requirements.
Job-Specific Duties may include:
Coordinate among facilities and laboratory team leads
Install, maintain, and troubleshoot equipment and instruments
Execute Installation Operational Verification
Evaluate and document performance and reliability of equipment
Coordinate with onsite and external vendors for maintenance/calibration of equipment and instruments (reactors, glovebox, chillers, HMI, etc)
Facilitate the change out of burst disks and pressure relief valves
Coordinate scheduled preventative maintenances and calibrations
Maintain lab equipment and order broken or missing parts as needed
Setup and change out of 5L/10L jacketed reactor for medium scale reactions and clean vessels once completed
Facilities and metrology contact for the lab
Ensure general tidiness of lab and adherence to 5S principles
Initiate work orders when necessary to remove unnecessary clutter or equipment
Clean/Decontaminate/Sanitize equipment and hood surfaces contaminated with hazardous materials
Manage solid and liquid waste within lab
Assist with Processing
Project-specific set up and functionality test of equipment and reactors
Monitoring of chemical reaction and processing steps
Troubleshooting equipment set-up
Cleaning of equipment including tear-down
Sampling for IPT/FIO
Ensure operating staff are using appropriate PPE and that the PPE is functional
Maintain virtual inventory list for the development labs
Cleaning and storage
Handle incoming/outgoing shipments of tools, ancillary processing equipment and consumables to remote client sites
Partner with safety and facilities teams to address compliance and safety concerns
High School diploma or GED and 2 years' experience in laboratory or manufacturing setting OR an Associate's degree and 1 year experience in a regulated environment
Strong mechanical aptitude; attention to detail; technical problem solving skills; and ability to multi-task
Trained in basic laboratory safety
Ability to assessable/disassemble, operate and understand equipment per procedures
Ability to perform basic computer operations, such as ability to navigate in MS office, use email, and complete training using Computer Based Training (CBT)
Ability and willingness to work infrequent overtime hours in support of operations
Ability to perform manual labor
Displays a high level of confidentiality for both customer and Thermo Fisher Scientific
Must maintain Thermo Fisher Scientifics' Four-I Values
Proven excellence in customer service skills
Must possess a strong desire to serve the customer, and the interpersonal skills to deal with various levels of personnel at the customer site.
Must possess strong communication skills and customer focus to deliver excellent customer service including maintaining a professional appearance at all times.
Familiarity with 5S or Operational Efficiency systems
Familiarity with Maximo
Working knowledge of small scale pressure reactor systems
Works primarily at customer locations, in office environment to include cubicles and/or in and around shipping/receiving docks, stock rooms, storage locations and laboratory environments
May be required to work independently within customer location
Extensive walking/standing may be required for 75-85% of the day
Must possess motor skills appropriate to the task
Must be able to lift, push and pull 30-40 pounds consistently; may be required to lift 50 lbs.
Depending on area of building, personal protective equipment may be worn to include lab coats, coveralls, hood, facemask, hairnets and/or safety gloves
Some areas require steel toe shoes, bump hats and/or safety glasses
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not an exhaustive list of all of the duties and responsibilities associated with it.
At Thermo Fisher Scientific, each one of our 65,000 extraordinary minds has a unique story to tell. Join us and contribute to our singular mission—enabling our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer.
Thermo Fisher Scientific is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.
Chemical Laboratory Technician
CHEMICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
ROLE SYNOPSIS –
This position is responsible for learning and performing routine and non-routine chemical and instrumental analyses. The person in this role will provide analytical support and will be responsible for interpretation of results and reporting results to key stakeholders. The Chemical Laboratory Technician must enjoy a team-oriented, fast-changing work environment and have advanced problem-solving skills.
Working safely at all times.
Responsible for picking up samples from process area and receiving them in LIMS/Sample Manager.
Performing accurate analysis following appropriate Standard Test Methods, Special Instructions, or Procedure Briefs, as it applies, and reporting data in timely manner.
Properly recording data in logbooks, clipboard sheets, and/or LIMS/Sample Manager.
Making certain that all equipment is calibrated and in specification before analyzing samples.
Following instrument and equipment check procedures, troubleshooting when needed, and reporting any equipment problem as soon as possible.
Exercising good housekeeping, including replenishing supplies, cleaning bench area, checking and ensuring labware cleanness and readiness for use.
Ensuring proper storage or disposal of samples after analysis, as well as proper waste handling.
- Bachelor's degree in Chemistry or related field strongly preferred OR associate's degree plus 2-4 years of experience in analytical chemistry laboratory.
2-4 years of relevant experience in analytical chemistry laboratory. Hands-on experience with titration, ICP, GC, TOC, LC is highly desirable.
Experience in a manufacturing environment is definitely advantageous.
Demonstrated problem-solving ability.
Demonstrated ability to be flexible and adapt to changing demands.
Demonstrated ability to prioritize and execute work to meet needs and timelines.
Ability to read charts, graphs, Standard Test Methods, Special Instructions, and Procedure Briefs.
Fundamental understanding of chemistry such as chemical names, reactions, chemical equations, the periodic table, weighing, pipetting, titrations, etc.
Advanced mathematical skills and ability to calculate averages, percentages, ratios, and metric conversions.
Familiarity with computers with demonstrated capability with Microsoft Office applications, especially Word and Excel. In addition, must have the ability to learn and use LIMS/Sample Manager.
Attention to detail
Strong interpersonal skills
Confidence to make suggestions
Driven for results
Essential Physical Requirements:
Use of hands to fingers
Standing for long periods of time
Lifting up to 50 pounds
Climbing of stairs and ladders as may be required
Analyst - Chemical Laboratory (20120362)
This position involves analyzing the chemical components of various materials (e.g., agrominerals, soil samples, plant tissues, fertilizers). Duties may include:
- Performing analyses of various materials related to fertilizers (e.g., splitting, grinding, drying and preparing samples for analysis; labeling, weighing and chemically treating samples; determining the sample compounds using various instruments; analyzing quantitative and qualitative methods of isotopic and non-isotopic fertilizer materials; interpreting data)
- Assisting in setting-up, conducting and monitoring various experiments under the supervision of the senior analyst or scientist (e.g., assisting with initiating and harvesting greenhouse experiments, performing quality control and process control analyses for researchers in bench-scale and pilot plant operations, assisting in experiments for the nitrogen program)
- Calculating, tabulating and maintaining record of analytical determinations (e.g., entering data into excel and sigmaplot worksheets, preparing quarterly activity reports)
- Maintaining a neat, clean and safe working environment (e.g., keeping records of waste materials, assisting in disposal of waste chemicals and samples, conducting/attending safety meetings on safe work practices, cleaning glassware used in analyses)
- Performing a variety of related minor duties as required (e.g., procuring and preparing chemical reagents used in analysis, developing BASIC programs for the PC, assisting in training programs)
Chemical Safety Technician
This Chemical Safety Technician position will assist the Laboratory Chemical Hygiene Officer (LCHO) with facilitating a safe and compliant work environment for University researchers. Applicants should expect to perform the following duties in support of the Laboratory Chemical Safety Program (LCSP): laboratory inspections, workplace sampling and monitoring, detection equipment maintenance, hazardous waste packing assistance, hazardous material transport/shipment, chemical safety training, chemical safety committee support, chemical safety record/database maintenance, program development and other duties, as required, in support of the LCSP.
Research Laboratory & Safety Services (RLSS) is a unit of the Office of Research & Discovery which is responsible for the oversight and management of biological, chemical, and radiation safety. With more than $622 million in research and development dollars from federal, state, and private sources, the University of Arizona currently ranks #23 among public universities in the US in overall research expenditures and #6 in physical science research. With world class faculty in fields as diverse as astronomy and space exploration, plant science, biomedical science and biotechnology, anthropology, Native peoples, business, law, philosophy, music, and dance, the UA is one of only 62 members in the Association of American Universities.
The University's main campus is situated in the heart of Tucson. Surrounded by mountains and the high Sonoran Desert, Tucson boasts a distinctive southwestern feel and enjoys more than 300 days of sunshine each year. The UA today has over 43,000 students, and nearly 15,600 employees.
The main campus has grown from its original 40 acres to more than 350 acres, and boasts the oldest continually maintained green space in Arizona. The University of Arizona offers a broad range of educational programs and support services that attract an excellent and diverse student body. Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state retirement plan; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!
The University of Arizona has been listed by Forbes as one of America's Best Employers in the United States and WorldatWork and the Arizona Department of Health Services have recognized us for our innovative work-life programs. For more information about working at the University of Arizona, please click here.
Chemical Analysis Technician C
Thisis a Test Evaluation and Support Team contract position (TEST2) at the NASA –White Sands Test Facility.
1.Be able to apply basicworking technical knowledge to perform routine laboratory analyses, followingdetailed instructions that cover specific tasks.
2.Be able to work safelywith hazardous chemicals (including compressed gases and cryogenicliquids). Operate equipment orinstruments including microscopes and balances for particulate and residuedeterminations, routine water analysis equipment, high performance liquidchromatographs (HPLCs), ion chromatographs (ICs), pH meters, atomic absorption(AA), and gas chromatographs or other instrumentation with various detectors(such as flame ionization detectors, thermal conductivity detectors, and with
Fourier transform infrared (FTIR).
3.Perform basic materialsand nondestructive tests, including hardness, metallographic specimenpreparation, heat treatment, liquid penetrant, ultrasonic thickness andradiographic film processing.
4.Must understand andfollow safety rules and understand a chemical hygiene plan, (Material) SafetyData Sheets (MSDSs), basic schematics, manuals, and other written guidance andverbal instruction as required to perform assigned tasks.
5.Candidate must havebasic knowledge of the following: identification/utilization of chemistrylaboratory glassware and associated equipment and supplies, pipets and othervolumetric devices, and analytical balances, qualitative vs. quantitativeanalyses, dilution techniques, familiarization with the periodic table of theelements, common chemistry nomenclature, basic computer skills, and math skills(i.e., algebra, statistics, and significant figures, rounding) sufficient toperform basic calculations to prepare solutions and to reduce analytical data.
6.Develop additionalanalytical skills such as the ability to work more independently while underthe supervision of scientists and senior technicians.
7.Be able to work with limited supervision ortechnical guidance.
8.Performs work and maintains work area in aneat, orderly, and safe manner that includes adherence to WSTF hazardous wastemanagement and environmental protocols consistent with the training that isprovided.
9.Perform related dutiesas required.
1.Candidate must have aminimum of one of the following:
Two (2) years ofexperience working with hazardous chemicals in a chemistry laboratory.
One (1) year ofexperience working with hazardous chemicals in a chemistry laboratory and asuccessful completion of one (1) year of college level chemistry courseworkthat includes lab work (the college level course work must include one year (2college semesters) of Principles of Chemistry or an equivalent (chemistry forscience majors)
Two (2) years of collegelevel chemistry coursework with passing grades within the past five (5)years. The college level course workmust include one year (2 college semesters) of Principles of Chemistry or anequivalent (chemistry for science majors) and a second year (2 collegesemesters) of more advanced college chemistry courses.
2.Candidate must be ableto pass a physical examination as determined by the White Sands Test Facility(WSTF) and Jacobs Engineering.
3.Be able to meetqualification requirements as applicable and as specified in the White SandsTraining Database (WSTD). Meet andobtain the following qualification within the 60-day probation period,requirements are detailed in the Training Database. The following specific qualifications are aminimum:
ChemistryLaboratory: Clean Room Support Analyst, Compressed Gas Handling, CryogenicSafety (Chemistry Laboratory), LN2 Dewar Filler, Special Process/WSTF Stnd.–Particle Counting. (Note that personnelqualification and training requirements may vary due to program supportrequirements – necessary qualifications will be designated by Section Supervision).
4.A basic written examwill be administered to evaluate proficiency within a chemical and materialslaboratory.
Position involves extended periods of sitting or standing.Physical requirements are: sitting, walking, standing, use of stairs, andaccess to remote structures. Typicallyrequired to lift and hold up to 30 pounds. Position is located on a hazardous testing facility; must be able toquickly evacuate buildings in the event of an emergency.
Desk/office work and test area work. As necessary, must be able to travel to otherwork areas, be aware of safety requirements for those areas, and work withinthose constraints (e.g. access procedures and proper PPE). Walking on uneventerrain including paved areas, gravel/rocks, and dirt/sand is required toaccess various locations on the facility. All work must be completed in a safe manner in accordance with NASA and
Company safety standards.
Equipment and Machines:
Computer work required. Use of calculator, printer, fax, scanner, telephone, filing cabinets,and other standard office equipment is required.
Attendance and punctuality are essential in this highlycollaborative environment. Overtime workmay be required in support of test project schedules or other priorityassignments as determined by management.
Other Essential Functions:
Must be able to communicate effectively with individuals atall levels of the organization. Mustwork well under pressure to meet deadline requirements.
Dress must be appropriate for the positionand not pose a safety risk or hazard to the employee or others in accordancewith NASA and Company policies. Must be a U.S Citizen. Must possess a valid state driver's license.Must pass a Federal background investigation.
Must be able to pass a physical examination as determined by the NASAWhite Sands Test Facility and the Company for the job classification. Must submit to pre-employment drug testing.Must maintain site access to NASA facilities and computer systems.
Chemical - Process Technician - Thin Film/Led #2900T
This is a contract job which may lead to a regular full-time position depending on business needs.
In this role, you will be actively involved in the development of our next generation LED project where you will be a part of a team that creates novel light emissive devices that will use quantum dots as emitters. Responsibilities in this role include but are not limited to: reproducibly executing the important steps of substrate preparation and cleaning, thin film fabrication (from solution coating and vacuum thermal evaporation), as well as encapsulation and electrical & optical testing.
The majority of the work will be done inside an air-free glovebox in a cleanroom environment.
Summary of essential job functions:
Work with the project team to develop and execute new fabrication techniques and processes to produce quantum dot based LEDs.
Operate the following tools; spin coater, wet cleaner, plasma cleaner, hot plate, thermal evaporator, epoxy dispenser, UV curing system, etc.
Prepare and clean glass substrates.
Test devices for optical and electrical characteristics in both manual and automated formats.
Follow Standard Operating Procedures for each step in the processes.
Process monitoring and cleanroom environment monitoring.
Maintain the laboratory and related equipment, order supplies.
Desired Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Experience: fabricating small devices such as solution-processed or polymer OLEDs, solution – processed solar cells, coin-cell batteries, optoelectronic assemblies or thin films while working in an air-free glovebox.
Experience with manual-dispense spin-coating and other manual solution-deposition methods, as well as R&D level vacuum film techniques (thermal evaporation, sputtering, etc.).
Familiarity with basic laboratory equipment such as pipettes, vials and syringes and be comfortable handling small quantities of solvents, acids, bases, etc.
Experience using hot plates, and plasma cleaners.
Experience with thin film metrology, and spectrophotometers.
Testing LEDs, solar cells or batteries for current-voltage characteristics.
Excellent collaboration and interpersonal skills and the ability to work with cross-disciplinary groups.
Solid mechanical problem-solving skills.
Education & Experience:
An associate degree in materials science/chemistry/ engineering.
Relevant industrial experience in electronics or optics research and development in a laboratory environment.
Excellent manual dexterity and the ability to work in a glovebox while manipulating small objects/devices.
Experience in air free glovebox is a plus.
Physical Demands & Work Environment:
The physical demands and work environment described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Physical Demands include: walking, standing, sitting, use of hands or fingers to handle or feel, reach with hands and arms, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, talk and hear, lift up to 40 pounds, close vision (clear vision at 20 inches or less), distant vision (clear vision at 20 feet or more), color vision (ability to identify and distinguish colors), peripheral vision (ability to observe an area that can be seen up and down or to the left and right while eyes are fixed on a given point), Depth perception (three-dimensional vision, ability to judge distances and spatial relationships), ability to adjust focus (ability to adjust the eye to bring an object into sharp focus). Must be capable of climbing step stool to reach items at heights above 7 feet. Must be able to physically stand for up to one hour. Must be able to safely wear necessary personal protective equipment in designated areas i.e. lab coat, safety glasses. Must be able to respond to visual and audible alarms.
Work is mainly performed in a laboratory environment. The noise level in the environment is usually moderate. While performing the duties of this job, the employee will work with toxic or caustic chemicals.
Please submit your resume online at: https://home.eease.com/recruit/?id=15648781
Chemical Pilot Plant Technician
Our client in Webster, NY has an immediate opening for a Pilot Plant Technican for a long term contract.
This position pays: $18.31 an hr, Sorry no Holiday, no vacation pay
Hours are: Standard schedule is Mon-Fri, 7:00-3:30. OT is sometimes available
For more info. please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Essential job functions:
Provide processing support, for the production of Pilot Scale electrophotography developers, for product development teams.
Assignments may encompass one or more of a wide range of Pilot Plant activities including operation of laboratory material characterization equipment and / or pilot scale production equipment.
Characterization activities may include conducting tests, experiments, data recording, analytical test equipment setup and operation.
Pilot Scale process unit operations include: reactor setup and operation, washing/drying, compounding, size reduction, classification, coating, blending and screening.
Activities supporting Product Delivery may include managing material inventory, material submissions for characterization, and collecting and analyzing data
Flexibility, teamwork, and safe work habits.
Good written, verbal, and interpersonal skills.
Good PC skills (Word/Excel)
Quick Study, willing to learn new skills.
Familiar with Chemical and/or Conventional toner manufacturing and characterization.
Education: AAS degree in a technical curriculum or equivalent work experience. Chemical preferred.
Client required criminal background check, drug screen and education
CTG (NASDAQ: CTG) provides industry-specific IT services and solutions that address the business needs and challenges of clients in high-growth industries in North America and Western Europe. CTG also provides strategic staffing services for major technology companies and large corporations. Backed by more than 50 years of experience and proprietary methodologies, CTG has a proven track record of reliably delivering high-value, industry-specific staffing services and solutions to its clients. CTG has operations in North America, Western Europe, and India.
CTG's greatest asset is its people, and as such, we are committed to providing employees programs and processes to support their performance, hone their skills, and advance in their careers. This commitment is reflected by CTG being named a Best Places to Work in Healthcare company by Modern Healthcare (2013-2016) in North America, and a Best Workplace in the United Kingdom (2013), Belgium (since 2007), and Luxembourg (since 2011).
CTG will consider for employment all qualified applicants including those with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of all applicable local, state, and federal laws.
CTG is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and strong advocate of workforce diversity. Minority/Female/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Disability/Veteran.
Chemical Process Technician
Hawkins, Inc. is a formulator, manufacturer, blender, distributor, and sales agent for thousands of industrial chemicals and reagent grade laboratory chemicals sold to municipalities and businesses throughout the Central United States. Thousands of organizations across a variety of industries have depended on Hawkins for the chemical products they need since 1938.
ABOUT THE JOB
Hawkins is looking for a Chemical Process Technician to join our team at our Centraila, IL facility. The position monitors and controls all production processes of the specific manufacturing facility in food grade production, to ensure that products are manufactured within the required specifications for quantity, quality and time, with due observance of the regulations.
Responsible for the production processes on the basis of the standard operating procedures, regulations, customer specifications and additional instructions of the manager.
Transport of raw and auxiliary materials to process equipment by means of forklift truck and hoisting devices.
Perform tank transfers, bulk, truck or railcar /loading unloading, container filling, sampling, pump drums, dump drums, and super sacks
Inspection of incoming materials, giving directions to drivers, unloading raw materials (bulk) into storage tanks or receiving areas and entering receiving in the computer system.
Utilizing Hawkins ERP system to close out work orders. Compliance with environmental, OSHA, GMP, SQF, and company regulations and ensuring that these regulations are observed by all persons in the production areas.
Minimum of 6 months experience as a chemical operator or equivalent experience required
Effective communication and interpersonal skills required
Ability to communicate (both written and verbal) complex and/or technical operations and procedures in terms easily understood by non-technical operators required.
Ability to safely operate an industrial fork truck required
Ability to comply with all mandatory Environmental, Health, & Safety and process specific training and participate as a member of the Emergency Response Team in Level A PPE required.
Ability to achieve and maintain 40 Hour HAZWOPER certification required
Basic computer skills and knowledge of MS Office required.
Minimum of 6 months of previous MRP or ERP experience preferred; prior JD Edwards experience strongly preferred.
Ability to lift 50-100 lb. sacks and supersacks on a regular basis required.
Ability to lift and carry up to 75 lbs. for 10 to 20 feet up to 10 times/day; ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds, frequently.
Must be able to pull/push equipment and/or piping weighing up to 100 pounds into position for 1 -2 minutes up to 40 times a day.
Ability to sit, stand, and climb stairs for up to 12 hours per day.
Able to climb ladders and work at heights up to 50 feet, on occasion.
Ability to work in a warehouse facility where temperatures may range from 45 up to 105 degrees Fahrenheit; as well as work outside in all weather conditions.
Able to perform manual dexterity tasks.
Occasional turning, twisting, stooping, bending, and reaching.
No exposed jewelry in body piercings when in a GMP production area.
Ability to wear a respirator for up to 4 hours a day. Please refer to SOP for facial hair guidelines.
Able to work in a non-smoking, tobacco-free site.
WORK FOR THE BEST
Hawkins offers a competitive compensation and benefit package and is an award-winning employer and organization! Learn more about us at www.hawkinsinc.com . (NASDAQ: HWKN)
R&T Chemical Technician
Become a part of the “strength within.” Hexcel is currently seeking an R&T Chemical Technician for our (Decatur, AL USA) location. The selected individuals will be responsible for but not limited to the following obligations: Support synthetic efforts of R&T Scientists in development of novel materials for various applications from precursor fiber, to carbon fiber, to composite materials Support development of new chemical and physical analysis methods for analysis of precursor fiber and downstream carbon and composite materials Support implementation of developed methods and techniques into developmental and production carbon fiber programs Support other departmental programs as required, including as-needed backup support/operation of R&T pilot facilities Maintenance of laboratory and analytical equipment
Bachelor of Science degree (B.S.) in Chemistry from a four-year college or university with 1-2 years of direct laboratory experience in a research environment. Experience in synthesis and analytical methods is a plus, or Associates degree (A.A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school with 5-10 years of direct laboratory experience in a research environment with emphasis on synthesis and analytical methods Must be well organized, energetic, self-motivated and a quick learner Must be able to read, analyze, and interpret professional and scientific journals, general business periodicals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Must possess the ability to write reports, technical methods, business correspondence, and procedure manuals Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public Ability to demonstrate and independently apply college-level chemical knowledge and techniques Ability to develop and implement synthetic and analytical techniques under direction of R&T Staff Scientist Ability to conduct literature research is a plus Eligible candidate must be U.S. citizen, U.S. national, a person lawfully admitted for permanent residence, a temporary resident under sections 210(a) or 245(A) of the Act, a person admitted in refugee status, a person granted asylum. Hexcel (NYSE:
HXL) is a global leader in advanced composites technology, a leading producer of carbon fiber, and the world leader in honeycomb manufacturing for the commercial aerospace industry. Hexcel is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, status as protected veteran, or any other protected class.
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