Under the supervision of the Clinical Lab Lead Hand; the Finishes Goods Quality Control Laboratory Technician is responsible for: Duties and Responsibilities•Testing of cards •Testing of Readers •Testing of Capillary tubes•Routine performance checks including Adaptive Process Control, linearity, lifetimes, and validations •Assistance with testing requirements for Process Engineering, Test Engineering and R&D experimentsAssisting in routine upkeep and operational tasks related to the Clinical Lab ADVANTAGESKey tasks and activities will be completed with guidance and supervision from a higher-level technician or team leader:•Testing for various purposes (using written instructions) of card lots/readers/capillary tubes coming from the assembly departments. •Carries out routine maintenance and basic troubleshooting of clinical lab testing equipment and records these activities in maintenance logs with assistance and guidance form a higher-level technician.•Ability to track inventory of clinical lab supplies and replace what is in house and communicate to responsible personnel reorder points.•Participates in testing process and equipment improvement efforts, including experimental testing. Maintains appropriate records for testing.Percent of TimeFrequencyActivity50DailyProduction card Lot, Reader and Capillary tube testing, Analysis45DailyExperimental Lot Testing5Daily / WeeklyTest Equipment Maintenance / PhlebotomyRESPONSIBILITIESDemands•Routine, detailed nature of testing•Flexibility required for varied nature of testing•Regular and reoccurring exposure to blood from screened donors•Flexibility with adjusting work hours to follow up with overnight shifts as scheduled•Attention to detail is vital•Proven ability to work and communicate effectively in a team environment while satisfying personal responsibilities•Ability to function in a fast-paced environment•Ability to organize and prioritize responsibilities and multi-task•Ability to assess and troubleshoot computers, software applications and equipment•Ready to speak up about concerns•Satisfaction derived from solid completion of tasks •Clear understanding of health and safety in a lab environment•PhysicaloManual dexterity oAbility to distinguish between coloursoCombination of sitting and standingoExtended periods of detailed visual inspectionoInvolves regular and recurring exposure to blood from screened donorsoWork involves inventorying and processing cards, which requires walking, bending, stretching and occasionally lifting boxes of up to 20lbsQUALIFICATIONSSkills & Qualifications (Education and Experience)•Post-secondary education in a field of Science or related field, and/or combination of education and technical experience acceptable to Epocal•Proficient in using MS Office Suite (i.e. Excel, Word, PowerPoint) and capable in troubleshooting basic technological issues•Clinical laboratory experience such as blood testing, use of pipettes, centrifuges, and table-top analyzers is an asset•Some working knowledge of GMP and Good lab practices•Knowledge of basic statistics is preferred•Trained phlebotomist is considered an assetSUMMARYIf this role sounds like a good fit for you please APPLY ONLINE or submit your resume directly to Ariel at firstname.lastname@example.orgThank you for applying to the role. We’ll review your application and connect shortly if you meet all the requirements.Good luck!