Division/College: University Outreach - Idaho Falls
Employee Category: Exempt
Pay Range: $64,113 per year or higher depending on education and experience
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Position Summary: The role of the laboratory supervisor is to oversee lab operations of students, faculty and staff associated with University of Idaho labs throughout Idaho Falls, including laboratories at Idaho Falls Center (UI-IF), Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES), College of Eastern Idaho (CEI) and other ad hoc work sites. The Laboratory Supervisor reports to the UI-IF Center Executive Officer and serves as a member of the UI-IF leadership team, the UI ES&H committee, and the CAES ES&H committee.
Education: Bachelors degree in an experimental science or engineering field with equivalent to a Masters degree.
Experience: At least one-year work experience in a Senior Laboratory role Experience working with, shipping, receiving, storing, and inventorying radiological, biological, chemical, and/or hazardous materials. Experience with development and/or revision of safety policies and procedures. Experience solving problems and working within a group and independently.
Education: Masters in an experimental science or engineering field.
Certifications: Certified Hazardous Material Manager Certified Safety Professional Certified Industrial Hygienist Certified Laboratory Technician
Experience managing a User Facility Basic knowledge of financial record keeping methods including general accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Knowledge of NRCs and State of Idahos radiological requirements, radiological safety procedures and radiological equipment, such as alpha, beta radiation sample counters and radiation detectors; authorized user status is of special interest. Knowledge of general analytical techniques and analytical equipment; chromatography is of special interest. Experience in planning and organizing a diagnostic analytical laboratory testing program including research data acquisition, laboratory analysis and quality assurance, safety programs, and radiological materials Experience evaluating and writing project plans, standard operating procedures, job aids, and radiological work control documents
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Posting Number: SP002366P
Posting Date: 12/03/2019
Closing Date: 1/6/2020
Open Until Filled: No
Background Check: Applicants who are selected as final possible candidates must be able to pass a criminal background check.
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