**SHIFT* Stretch of 4 - 10-hour days** experience.
Effective writing, oral communication, interpersonal and organizational skills are highly desirable.
A Laboratory Technician is responsible for critical laboratory procedures and duties in the production of veterinary products.
Technicians may work with a variety of technical equipment while completing cell culture processes throughout the manufacturing cycle.
At all times technicians adhere to following Good Manufacturing Practices and Standard Operating Procedures and adhere to all safety and company policies, perform duties assigned by department supervision.
Perform procedures including aseptic work, media preparation, antigen inoculation and harvest, tissue culture preparation and harvest, filling vaccines, etc.
Maintain accurate and reliable record keeping including charts, logbooks, and all pertinent documentation.
Communicate any unusual and/or non-routine occurrences when performing task.
Cleaning work areas, prepare, clean, and sterilize glassware and equipment for use.
Equipment setup and operation.
Note - Embryonic eggs are utilized for virus propagation.