[ES_JOBS_NET] Lab Technician/Project Manager
jbrahney at gmail.com
Sat Nov 3 15:59:36 MDT 2018
*Laboratory Technician/Project Manager Environmental Biogeochemistry
<https://janicebrahney.weebly.com/>**) in the Watershed Sciences Department
at Utah State University*
*Responsibilities:* The successful candidate will assist with ongoing
research projects by providing both lab and field support. Laboratory
duties may consist of preparing and analyzing water samples for major
cations and anions, nutrients, and other physical properties, processing
sediment or soils samples, as well as general lab maintenance. Field duties
are needed to assist graduate students and faculty working locally.
- Analytical laboratory experience
- Ability to conduct fieldwork
- Strong interest and experience in biogeochemistry
- Proficiency in statistical computing software
- Experience with analytical procedures in the following areas, major
nutrients, anions, and cations in freshwaters, sediment core analyses, and
extraction of organic contaminants from environmental samples
The successful candidate will start at an hourly wage that corresponds to
experience level. Opportunities for raises are available depending on
*How to Apply*
Please send all applications materials to Janice.brahney at usu.edu, including
a cover letter, an unofficial transcript, and your CV.
*About Logan and Utah State University*
Utah State University is located in the city of Logan, Utah, a town with
approximately 50,000 residents. Situated in a valley between the Wellsville
and Bear River mountain ranges, Logan offers numerous opportunities for
outdoor activities including local ski resorts, biking, and hiking trails.
Logan is just a short drive to Salt Lake City, as well as many National
Parks, Monuments, and Conservation Areas. The low cost of living makes this
area an attractive place to live, play, and work.
Precisely because we're in the same boat, we should be glad that not
everyone is standing on the same side
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