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Laboratory Materials Supervisor 161206
Laboratory Materials Supervisor
Open for Recruitment: April 18, 2017 - May 2, 2017
Announcement # 07422057620
$13.66 per hour or more depending on experience
-Plus Competitive Benefits!
Boise State University
Department of Biological Sciences
This is a 12-month, full-time position with benefits.
Prepares, stages, and maintains classrooms, equipment, and supplies for human biology, microbiology, botany and ecology laboratory courses; Including models, static and dynamic teaching tools, chemicals and reagents, and live specimens.
Prepare culture media, stains, and disinfectants for laboratory use, maintain bacterial, fungal, and yeast cultures, ensuring timely transfer of cultures for long-term viability, and operate the laboratory autoclave and other support equipment.
Some staff care for live plants and animals used in teaching applications
Provides technical support to faculty for labs under their supervision
Conducts routine repair and maintenance of classroom and laboratory equipment
Maintains materials inventory and places orders for supplies to support lab activities
Hires, schedules, and supervises work-study students
Ensures laboratory related areas are clean, organized, and safe
Plans and schedules use of laboratory facilities, supplies, and equipment
Maintains computerized and hard file copies of inventory, culture transfer history, laboratory procedures, and operational records to comply with university, state and federal regulations
Develops reports following federal and state guidelines and develops and implements a program for safe and legal disposal of laboratory waste
Advises on laboratory procedures, equipment operation, and budget related matters
Assist in building evacuation in the case of fire, chemical release, or other emergency
Good knowledge of scientific principles and laboratory practices; first aid procedures for laboratory-related accidents
Some knowledge of supervisory practices
Experience: applying purchasing and inventory control procedures and maintaining laboratory inventory including the preparation of related reports and records; operating, maintaining, and repairing biology laboratory equipment; preparing chemical reagents and media; safely handling and storage of flammable, toxic, radioactive, and explosive chemicals; using word-processing and spreadsheet software
B.S. in Microbiology, or related scientific field
1-2 years of microbiology experience
Demonstrated understanding and ability to practice principles of aseptic technique and universal precautions
Experience working in a clinical, teaching, or research laboratory setting
Some knowledge of molecular biology
Ability to self-direct and function as part of (and cross-train) a team of classified staff, faculty and students
Skills in the area of cell/molecular biology, as well as general microbiology laboratory operations, and associated equipment
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