Apr 11, 2019👁️ 33 33 Views
EVIO Labs is an industry leader working to protect public health and safety while supporting local cannabis producers and processors with analytical testing, product formulation, and educational services. Not only do we know chemistry, we know the cannabis industry. Our team consists of an ever-evolving and expanding group of scientists, researchers, engineers, educators, business owners and experienced cannabis industry veterans. Our labs already serve thousands of cultivators, product manufacturers and dispensaries and retailers across Oregon, California, Colorado, Massachusetts, Florida and Canada.
We pride ourselves in maintaining a collaborative environment where our teams support and work together cohesively. We work hard, but we believe in having a good time doing it! This is a unique opportunity to join an ancillary services company at the front lines of the changing cannabis industry and contribute to the ability of consumers to receive safe, clean cannabis. Be part of the EVIO family, a group of talented people who are driven, embrace change, and our mission to improving quality of life through passion, science & innovation.
We are looking for dedicated individuals with a positive and friendly attitude to join our team. This position will require someone who is professional, comfortable working around Cannabis, and is a team player. This is your chance to build your career in the fastest-growing industry.
Reporting to the Laboratory Director, Laboratory Testing Analysts prepare and analyze samples of plant, concentrate, and edible products. Analytical work involves data interpretation for purposes of determining cannabinoid potency, presence of residual solvents, microbiological contamination, moisture content, heavy metal contamination and presence of mycotoxins. Analysts will be required to interpret analytical data, prepare and review reports, work with the Laboratory Director to perform experiments and method validations.
Duties and Responsibilities
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements
Sufficient motor function to perform a variety of routine laboratory testing, move freely and safely from one location to another in the laboratory; sufficient upper body muscle coordination to collect appropriate clinical specimens safely and accurately; dexterity to manipulate tools, instruments, and small equipment, including keyboards or other data input tools in a manner consistent with standards of clinical laboratory practice; lift and move objects of at least 20 pounds.
May be required to work with a variety of hazardous materials. This job may include some extended work hours or weekend work during harvest and other busy seasons. Requires work in a laboratory environment with some exposure to noxious fumes. May require long periods of standing.