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Lab Technician 1 in Denver, CO at Volt

Date Posted: 3/15/2019

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Contingent
  • Location:
    Denver, CO
  • Job Type:
  • Duration:
    8 weeks
  • Date Posted:
    3/15/2019
  • Job ID:
    168134
  • Contact Name
    Volt Branch
  • Phone
    651-464-3988

Job Description

Lab Technician (2-month contract)
Denver, CO

$18.32/hr.

Volt is looking for a Lab Technician for a client of ours in Denver, Colorado!

Responsibilities:

• Fill out Certificates of Analysis (COAs).
• Fill out approximately 50 – 75 COAs on an average day.
• Each one takes about 3 to 5 minutes.
• Use of computer keyboard and mouse.
• Reaching at or below shoulder height while sitting.
• Stand up to retrieve printed COAs and fax to customers.
• Lab equipment calibration.
• Documenting balance calibrations, oven temperatures, and analytical equipment calibrations. 
• Data is hand-written in logs or typed in a spreadsheet on the computer.
• Standing or sitting while reading digital displays.
• Incoming Ingredient management.

Requirements:

• COAs are verified on incoming ingredients against standards and released for use.
• Sitting or standing to put records in a 3-ring binder; using a 3-hole punch.
• Miscellaneous data entry/ lab tasks.
•Perform small data entry tasks when required.
• Sitting at a computer, using a keyboard or mouse.
• May involve reaching at or below shoulder height while sitting or opening file cabinet drawers.
• Checking inventory of lab equipment and chemicals in cabinets or closets.
• Update an inventory spreadsheet in a computer.
• Preparing sample bags and documentation for special mill samples; using a logbook or 3-ring binder.
• Dusting of equipment and work spaces.
• Using “dust hands” to clean lab area.
• Standing while wiping counters or shelves at waist or shoulder height.
• Moving small items to clean under or around.
• Ingredient feeders check.
• Check ingredient feeder rates in Blend Plant.
• Place a scoop under feeder and turn start switch on panel.
• Time for 60 seconds (switch off) and measure weight (approx. 5-10 oz) using a digital scale.
• Enter data for 5-10 feeders into a spreadsheet.

Volt is an Equal Opportunity