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Graduate Restaurant Front Office Manager with Family visa - 9818583804

Company Name Confidential

Keywords / Skills : anesthesia technologist, mlt, b.mlt, dialysis technician, microbiology lab technician, microbiology dmlt, biochemistry dmlt, biochemist, Biotechnologist, Assistant biotechnology, assistant microbiology

2 - 5 years
Posted: 2019-07-02

Industry
Hospitals/Healthcare/Diagnostics
Function
Health Care
Role
Lab Technician
Medical Coder
Education
Bachelor of Science (BSc)
Stream:
• Other
Bio-Chemistry
Bio-Technology
• Other
Posted On
2nd Jul 2019
Job Ref code
9818583804
Job Description
  • Govt visa with family status 
  • degree/masters candidates 
  • Transportation provided by company 
  • working days- 6 days/week 
  • With Family food Accommodation 
  • duty Hours 10 hours (8+2 Fixed overtime) 
  • call/whatsapp Anamma Suri 9818583804
Job Duties

Gather and prepare biological samples, such as blood, food, or bacteria cultures, for laboratory analysis

Conduct biological tests and experiments

Document their work, including procedures, observations, and results

Analyze experimental data and interpret results

Write reports that summarize their findings

Most biological technicians work on teams. Biological technicians typically are responsible for doing scientific tests, experiments, and analyses under the supervision of biologists or other scientists who direct and evaluate their work. Biological technicians use traditional laboratory instruments, advanced robotics, and automated equipment to conduct experiments. They use specialized computer software to collect, analyze, and model experimental data. Some biological technicians will need to collect samples. To do this, they may need to have certain skills, such as handling a boat so they could collect water samples.

Biological technicians work in many research areas. They may assist medical researchers by helping to develop new medicines and treatments used to prevent, treat, or cure diseases.

Biological technicians working in a microbiological context, sometimes referred to as laboratory assistants, typically study living microbes and perform techniques specific to microbiology, such as growing cultures in Petri dishes or staining specimens to aid in identification.

Technicians working in biotechnology apply the knowledge and techniques they have gained from basic research to product development.
Biological technicians also may work in private industry and assist in the study of a wide range of topics concerning mining and industrial production. They may test samples in environmental impact studies, or monitor production processes to help ensure products are not contaminated.

Biological technicians working for the U.S. Department of the Interior or other government agencies may perform biological testing to support wildlife and resource management goals.


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