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Location Calabasas, California Job ID 20-82523 We are seeking a Lab Assistant to join our team in Calabasas Hills, CA The Lab Assistant works in a high volume, production based environment performing a vital component of clinical lab science. Responsibilities: Monitors daily temperatures of freezers, refrigerators, water baths and incubators. Reports out of specification values to appropriate individuals. Monitors safety equipment, such as eyewashes, fume hoods, and safety showers. Reports out of specification observations to the Safety Officer. Performs periodic maintenance of laboratory equipment and instruments. Cleans durable laboratory equipment and glassware as directed. Prepares tubes and glassware for use in assays and reagent preparation. Monitors testing areas for radiation, swipes areas as directed and reports abnormal readings to management. Prepares reagents, solvents, and other items to be used in assays. Retrieves and removes hazardous waste materials including biohazardous, flammable, toxic, corrosive, and radioactive wastes. Assists with stocking and organizing supplies and communicates needs to management. Provides general clean-up for the laboratories including changing absorbent paper, filling towel and soap dispensers, cleaning refrigerators and freezers, sweeping walk-ins and vacuuming filters. Performs sample management tasks such as volumization, labeling, storage, and preparation for disposal. Assists in locating missing samples. Adheres to the standard operating procedures and safety requirements of Esoterix, CLIA, CAP and other regulatory bodies. Documents all quality assurance activities as necessary including preventative maintenance logs, instrument function checks, troubleshooting, and quality control to ensure regulatory compliance.
Requirements High school diploma or equivalent, or Associates Degree Previous medical/lab or production experience preferred Basic computer knowledge and ability to pass a data entry test Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks Ability to work in a fast paced production environment and meet established turn-around times Strong attention to detail Ability to sit and/or stand for extended periods of time Flexibility to work overtime as needed Ability to accurately identify specimens Comfortability with handling biological specimens If you're looking for a career with an industry leader that offers opportunity for growth, continual development, professional challenge and the chance to make a real difference, apply today!
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