We are seeking a Core Facility Technologist II who will be responsible for performing core facility tasks and completing routine clinical research specimen procurement, processing, shipping, while following Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) procedures in a non-research, central services core facility that supports clinical research.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities
Prepare, qualify, monitor, and maintain standard core facility equipment, including documentation of parameters on log-sheets.
Monitor inventory of core facility supplies, updating electronic inventory databases posted on shared drives and accessed by study teams, that document inventory levels of clinical research reagents/materials and shipping supplies.
Perform related core facility maintenance such as cleaning and/or purchasing equipment and supplies and working with vendors.
Understands the role of senior lab members and Management, accepts constructive guidance.
Train users in more complex equipment operation, on more sophisticated procedures, and core facility workflows.
Perform competency on select processing and shipping procedures.
Assemble, qualify, calibrate, clean, make minor repairs, document daily parameters on log-sheets, for core facility equipment. May include some routine troubleshooting working with more sophisticated instrumentation.
Track itemized service activities to create invoices to make sure clinical research study teams are charged appropriately and adhere to institutional stipulations.
Process orders, or invoices, or undertake other clerical duties under direction of administrative personnel.
Environmental health and safety office for core facility, coordinate training, monitor and ensure compliance with set guidelines.
May assist with performing monthly audits for quality assurance monitoring.
May include responsibility or coverage in more than one central service area.
Other duties as assigned by the CPC Supervisor and/or Operations Director.
Required to work on a rotating shift as assigned by management.
Scope of Responsibility
Knows the informal policies, procedures, and practices necessary to conduct the normal function of a specific section, unit, or work area.
Ensures compliance with environmental health and safety guidelines.
Is aware of the role of the position and its potential impact on the working unit.
Bachelor's Degree in Biology, Chemistry or related field.
Minimum of 1 year laboratory and/or clinical research experience performing relevant techniques.
High School Diploma/GED or AA degree with some science coursework and laboratory experience performing relevant techniques may substitute for education to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula. Certificate from technical institute or internship experience preferred.
Classified Title: Core Facility Technologist II Role/Level/Range: ACRO40/E/02/CD Starting Salary Range: Min $17.00 - Max $30.00 HRLY ($48,880 budgeted; Commensurate with experience) Employee group: Full Time Schedule: M-F, 7a-730p, 8 hr rotating shifts Exempt Status: Non-Exempt Location: School of Medicine Campus Department name: SOM Onc Specimen Accessioning and Bank Personnel area: School of Medicine
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