6913 Lab Technician II
The open position is with the Research group in the Metal & Contaminant Team (MC) at Global Laboratory Services.
The Metal and Contaminant teams are responsible for metals and non-metals preparation and analyses of various organic and aqueous matrices, performing wet chemistry analysis and advanced element speciation analysis.
Various analytical instrumentation used: ICP AES; ICP-MS, and hyphenated techniques such as GC-ICP-MS &, LC-ICP-MS, LA-ICP-MS, titration, wet chemistry, elemental analysis by combustion, and XRF techniques
Responsibilities for this position may include but are not limited to:
The open position requires working in the M&C team.
This is a high-volume laboratory that requires a fast turnaround time, and the capability to set different test methods in aqueous and organic media
The successful candidate will prepare samples and perform standard and non-standard analytical measurements on elemental analysis by combustion techniques, as well as wet chemistry analysis.
Reviewing large volumes of data and interpretation of quality control, applicants must have proper planning, organizing, and flexibility skills.
Effectively communicate orally and in writing with supervisors, peers, facility support people, project customers, and suppliers; document all experiments, data, and analyses in laboratory notebooks and spreadsheets; write standard operating procedures, technical reports, peer review articles, and presentations.
Exhibit all values/behaviors like integrity, trust, diversity, ingenuity, partnership, protecting people and the environment, and high performance. Having a passion for safety is essential.
More than 2 years of demonstrated experience in analytical laboratory.
BSc in Chemistry, environmental chemistry, Biochemistry or STEM-related.
Proficient with Microsoft (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.).
Hands-on on wet chemistry and elemental analysis by combustion techniques.
Verbal and written communication skills, multi-tasking, customer service skills, and interpersonal skills.
Ability to work independently and manage one’s time.
Ability to keep information organized and confidential.
Advanced degree in Chemistry desired.
Previous Chevron experience and commercial laboratory for petroleum analysis.
Excellent manual dexterity and eyesight to carry out work on tiny objects with precision tools.
Ability to maintain and troubleshoot lab apparatus is highly desirable.