Utilities Laboratory Technicia

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Utilities Laboratory Technician Application Deadline: Tuesday, August 3, 2021 at 5 p.m. Hours: Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Rate of Pay: $21.6077 Hourly Characteristics of the Job Under direction of the Water Laboratory Chemist, performs technical laboratory work in the analysis of water or wastewater; responsible for conducting a variety of technical laboratory analyses to ensure quality standards are being met and to identify and determine the characteristics of source, treatment plant, finished and distribution water, industrial, commercial and institutional waste in the sewage system; interprets test results; informs appropriate personnel of abnormal test results. Examples of Duties Other duties may be assigned. Perform chemical, physical and biological analysis as required by federal and state regulations, city ordinance and department policies and procedures and record results. Perform required analysis in and around the laboratory and sample collection sites that are related to lab and treatment plant operations. Secure representative samples from residential, industrial, commercial and institutional establishments and perform laboratory analyses as directed. Conduct routine and special tests to ascertain the characteristics of materials likely to require special treatment. Maintain laboratory quality assurance records and test results using various forms and computer spreadsheets and databases. Maintain proper operation, quality assurance and calibration of laboratory related equipment. Assist manager in analyzing test results that are abnormal according to standard operating procedures and assist in corrective actions. Maintain laboratory inventory and notify manager of needed supplies. Prepare chemical solutions and reagents as directed. Clean and sterilize glassware and other laboratory equipment. Implement new laboratory procedures as directed. Required Training and Experience High school diploma or GED equivalent supplemented by college level course work in chemistry, biology, microbiology and related sciences; one (1) year progressively responsible experience in water or wastewater plant operations, wet chemistry or microbiological laboratory operations; or any equivalent combination of t
Utilities Laboratory Technician Application Deadline: Tuesday, August 3, 2021 at 5 p.m. Hours: Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Rate of Pay: $21.6077 Hourly Characteristics of the Job Under direction of the Water Laboratory Chemist, performs technical laboratory work in the analysis of water or wastewater; responsible for conducting a variety of technical laboratory analyses to ensure quality standards are being met and to identify and determine the characteristics of source, treatment plant, finished and distribution water, industrial, commercial and institutional waste in the sewage system; interprets test results; informs appropriate personnel of abnormal test results. Examples of Duties Other duties may be assigned. Perform chemical, physical and biological analysis as required by federal and state regulations, city ordinance and department policies and procedures and record results. Perform required analysis in and around the laboratory and sample collection sites that are related to lab and treatment plant operations. Secure representative samples from residential, industrial, commercial and institutional establishments and perform laboratory analyses as directed. Conduct routine and special tests to ascertain the characteristics of materials likely to require special treatment. Maintain laboratory quality assurance records and test results using various forms and computer spreadsheets and databases. Maintain proper operation, quality assurance and calibration of laboratory related equipment. Assist manager in analyzing test results that are abnormal according to standard operating procedures and assist in corrective actions. Maintain laboratory inventory and notify manager of needed supplies. Prepare chemical solutions and reagents as directed. Clean and sterilize glassware and other laboratory equipment. Implement new laboratory procedures as directed. Required Training and Experience High school diploma or GED equivalent supplemented by college level course work in chemistry, biology, microbiology and related sciences; one (1) year progressively responsible experience in water or wastewater plant operations, wet chemistry or microbiological laboratory operations; or any equivalent combination of t
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