Laboratory Technician / Analyst

Apr 5, 2019🔗👁️ 80 80 Views

🏢 CanMedLabs 📍 Los Angeles, CA

💰 DOE 🗓️ Part-time 🏷️ Testing 📛 No license required

About our company

CanMedLabs is comprised of a group of toxicology professionals. CanMedLabs possess’ collective subject matter expertise, best practices, relevant knowledge in technology and thought leadership in behavioral health sciences. The group uses this basis to enter the emerging cannabis industry.

This team understands how to compete and thrive in a highly regulated, ever-evolving growth market of cannabis analytical testing services. CanMedLabs is extremely familiar with the necessary ISO Accreditation procedures and how to quickly achieve and maintain such standards.

Through the research assessment of where and how to rapidly penetrate the cannabis industry. The team has identified unique business value of a decade’s worth of experience in a relevant industry to exploit known business model issues. The group accomplishes this by attaching their knowledge as a cannabis industry solution.

Job description

Experience in cannabis or cannabis-related field. Strong leadership, troubleshooting instrumentation, work with vendors, take direction from management, be organized and prepared, understand and meet timelines.

Scientific writing for reporting, data management reporting, and ability to follow standard operating procedures a must.

Chemical extraction, sample preparation and analysis for cannabis using LCMS/MS, GC-MS/MS, HPLC, GCMS, ICPMS as well as Microbiological analyses (must know one or more of these processes preferably on Shimadzu).

Willingness to follow internal quality system requirements. Ensuring SOP’s are written or up-to-date for laboratory processes.

Familiar with California State regulations for cannabis.

Implements and maintains appropriate quality control processes and procedures to guarantee accuracy of analysis and quality of results.

Performs review of reported data and associated quality control and preparing reports for delivery to client.

Responsibilities may include general instrument troubleshooting.

Responsible for ensuring that inventory is properly maintained and ordered on time to meet production demands.

Familiar with GLP standards.

To apply: Send resume and cover letter in PDF format with salary expectations. Your resume should include educational and work experience. MUST HAVE: Minimum Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Analytical Chemistry or related Chemistry field.