– Designs experimental plan to support project objectives.
– Executes bench experiments; makes detailed and general observations and analyzes data.
– Prepares technical reports, summaries and quantitative analyses.
– Maintains complete and accurate records.
– Normally acts independently for developing methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining results.
– Identifies and implements improvements to work processes and laboratory environment.
– Recognized expert across a wide range of techniques and their application.
– Recognizes and documents activities for publication and/or patent potential.
– May participate in scientific conferences and contribute to scientific journals.
– Works on extremely complex problems in which analysis of situations or data requires an evaluation of intangible variables.
– Exercises independent judgment in developing methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining results.
– Participates or leads cross functional technical teams such as a failure investigation or core team.
– Works well in a team environment by being a productive project team member, suggesting creative solutions to problems and providing input to project planning.
– Troubleshoots problems and institutes corrective action.
– Prepares and presents experimental procedures and results in group and project teams.
Requires Bachelor degree in Science.
6 or more years relevant experience or Masters degree; entry level.
– Knows wide range of experimental techniques and skilled in their applications.
– Acts independently to determine methods and procedures on new assignments.
– Capable with searching scientific literature to gain general and specific information.
– Skilled with use of word processing, spreadsheets, graphical and presentation.
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