Laboratory Technician (Remote Mine Site)

The Technician is responsible for fulfilling routine Geochemistry analytical testing, analysis and basic skills of instrument operations.

  • Follow specified work instructions and laboratory quality guidelines and procedures under the direction of the area Supervisor.
  • Perform and execute laboratory techniques to carry out analyses.
  • Document information by maintaining daily logs and equipment record books.
  • Record and periodically interpret results to present to senior colleagues.
  • Keep laboratory supplies readily available by inventorying stock.
  • Assist in maintaining and operating equipment by following operating instructions, troubleshooting breakdowns and performing preventive maintenance. Record findings in logbook.
  • Carry out routine instrument checks for compliance and accurate testing results. Record findings in logbooks.
  • Assist with preparing method SOP's, validation protocols and reporting.
  • Demonstrate safe work habits and enforce a clean and organized working environment.
  • Assist the Department Supervisor in monitoring and checking for the completion of all daily H&S checks, monthly H&S meetings, emergency protocol and any incident/accident reports
  • Must be legally eligible to work for an employer in Canada without sponsorship.
  • Degree or Diploma in a Science related program (or equivalent experience or training).
  • Must have 1 - 3 years of laboratory work experience
  • Previous experience using Geochemistry instrumentation.

Please note that this position is a 3 week on / 3 weeks off schedule. Candidates need to be based in Edmonton, AB and will Fly In / Fly Out from YEG.

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Newfoundland and Labrador, Hope Bay Nunavut [CDN]