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Perform laboratory tests in order to produce reliable and precise data to support scientific investigations. Observe and maintain safety requirements.
Perform non-routine lab analyses as required.
Carry out routine tasks associated with a laboratory environment accurately and while following strict methodologies.
Observe proper lab housekeeping practices.
Make basic titration solutions.
Change utility gases.
Maintain lab samples and properly dispose of waste in a safe and effective manner.
Maintain and operate standard laboratory equipment:
Sample cylinders (cleaning, purging, replacing quick connects and valves)
Use analytical techniques and instrumentations:
Gas chromatographs (GCs) with liquid and gas sample valves
GCs with autosamplers
GCs with manual injection
Total nitrogen and sulfur analyzers
Basic understanding on analytical chemistry.
Mechanically inclined with strong troubleshooting skills.
Strong organizational and multi-tasking skills together with the ability to effectively manage project deliverables.
Math and statistical analysis.
Computer skills – Chromatography Data System (CDS), laboratory information management systems (LIMS), spreadsheets, word processing, graphic presentation generation.
Excellent interpersonal communication skills (verbal and written).
Ability to work independently or in a team based environment.
Persuasive communication skills.
Effective email/vocal communication.
Minimum 2 year Technical Associate Science Degree required.
Must have working knowledge of GCs.
Must have knowledge of standardized methodology – ASTM, UOP, IFP, etc.
Able to learn new analytical instrumentation as necessary.
Ability to work shift schedules.
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