Laboratory Intern (Senior) - Part-Time

The objective for this internship is to gain understanding of basic laboratory procedures and conduct. In supporting research teams, the candidate will gain experience in underlying concepts and responsibilities found in any biologic or chemical laboratory. Candidate will also learn about various pieces of laboratory equipment and their applications and maintenance.
Candidate will be responsible for general laboratory maintenance and support for multiple departments including Technical Operations, Preclinical Programs, and Discovery research.
Washing/ drying laboratory glassware and distributing the cleaned items to the appropriate locations
Sterilization of lab instruments using an autoclave
Buffer and media preparation using sterile technique
Biohazard and chemical waste removal from laboratory
Daily laboratory maintenance including supply stocking, organizing/cleaning lab and equipment maintenance
Maintaining laboratory supply inventory
Establish and maintain a work environment that fosters learning, respect, open communication, collaboration, integration, and teamwork.
Other duties as assigned.
College student majoring in the life sciences, or recent AA/AS graduate in life science or biotechnology.
Must have basic knowledge of chemistry, biology, sterile technique and laboratory procedures.
Excellent written communication skills and follow through. Ability and desire for problem solving and decision making in a cross-functional team setting.
Dependable, possessing high attention to detail, excellent organizational skills, and ability to work on multiple projects with tight deadlines.
An effective leader who will work proactively to drive results.
Flexible, high level of integrity, action- and goal-oriented.
Enjoys a fast-paced, team-oriented, and collaborative environment.
Proven ability to establish collaborative working relationships; team-oriented, but able to work independently.
Ability to lift 40 pounds and work in a standing position over an extended period

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