Salary: $34,798.40 - $42,307.20 Annually
Final Filing Date: June 26, 2018
The County of San Luis Obispo's Sheriff's Office is seeking a highly qualified Part-Time Laboratory Assistant to be part of the County's Crime Lab.
As a Laboratory Assistant you will be responsible for a variety of well-defined technical procedures involving biological, chemical or related methods in preparing and processing laboratory specimens, material or supplies for testing. The individual will be required to operate and maintain laboratory equipment including forensic related computer systems and software. Additionally, you will gather, log and store evidence from crime scenes and keep detailed records of your research findings and investigative methods. You will be required to write detailed reports on the results of your findings. In this role you may be required to testify in court as to crime lab processes, analytical results and experience.
Cleans and sterilizes laboratory supplies, materials and equipment using specialized mechanical equipment or manual methods; prepares media, reagents, stains, and sterile solutions; instructs patients regarding specimen collection and routing; processes biological specimens in preparation for analysis -involving proper labeling, centrifugation, separation, sorting and appropriate packaging and shipping; performs non-diagnostic analytic procedures on human specimens under the supervision of a Microbiologist; performs analytic procedures on environmental water and shellfish specimens under the supervision of a Microbiologist; applies appropriate charges and batches charges for billing; retrieves confidential patient information from the laboratory's computer system; maintains a safe and clean environment; may assist professional staff in performing examinations; may perform phlebotomy (obtaining blood specimens through venipuncture or skin puncture).
Requirements:The Ideal Candidate
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Posted: June 12, 2018
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