Job Openings Quality Control Technician

About the job Quality Control Technician

Gentis Solutions is seeking a Quality Control Technician to join our team. This contract position is with one of our clients interested in full-time consultants. The ideal candidates will have the required skills listed below and will be eligible and open to being hired by our client at the end of the project's duration. If you are qualified, make sure you apply below.

Requirements

  • Bachelor's Degree required in applied science or related field (e.g. Biology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, etc.).
  • Attendance and punctuality are required
  • Committed to working the shift, including weekends and holidays, and willing to work overtime when necessary
  • 2+ years of work experience in a Quality Lab preferred
  • Strong attention to detail and organizational skills
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Excellent communication skills and willingness to learn new responsibilities
  • Capable of working individually and with a team
  • Adaptable to a fast-paced environment

Working Conditions

  • Employees in this position working at this location may be exposed to various potential biological, chemical and food allergens due to the nature of our business and the requirements of the job
    • Procedures must be adhered to, to minimize/eliminate exposure
    • If there is any reason such exposure would interfere with your ability to perform this role or work at the location, please notify the hiring manager

Typical Duties

  • Prepare and handle samples, perform microbiological testing following laboratory procedures, interpret, and report results in a timely manner
  • Prepare media, reagents, and solutions for a variety of microbiological tests (Pour Plate, Streak Plate, Molecular, and Rapid tests, etc.)
  • Demonstrate a general understanding of microbiological techniques
  • Follow appropriate GLPs and aseptic techniques
  • Perform training to junior level team members as necessary
  • Troubleshoot and perform basic maintenance on lab instrumentation (MDS, pH meter, auto-pipettes, analytical balances, etc.)
  • Demonstrate ability to utilize lab systems (e.g. including computers, applications, and software)
  • Maintain awareness and adhere to all applicable FDA, GMP, USP, Biosafety, OSHA and employer standards and guidelines
  • Follow laboratory standards and maintain compliance with ISO 17025:2017