SGS North America
Login Technician
At a glance
Location: US-NY-Syracuse Map
Posted: 01/28/2020
Closing: 02/27/2020
Degree: High School
Type: Full-Time
Experience: Not Specified
SGS North America
Job description

SUMMARY
The Sample Login Technician’s primary responsibility is to enter sample IDs and required tests from the chains of custody (COCs) into LIMS in a complete and accurate manner.
The Sample Login Technician will receive and document samples and chains of custody (COCs) to check integrity of all aspects of the sample receipt. Then will provide numbers to COCs according to a sequential job numbering system and designate sample ID numbers to each individual sample or sample set. From there they will assign and relocate samples to specific shelf locations in the appropriate cold storage (walk-in refrigerators) or ambient locations by analysis and department. Computer generated bottle records with volumes, workgroups, preservatives and locations are created, including bar code identifiers.
The COCs will be distributed to the appropriate management staff in the case of rush jobs or short holding time projects.
REPORTING LINE
Directly reports to Sample Management Manager

JOB FUNCTIONS
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • Receive sample coolers and containers and document the receipt
  • Some sample containers of various sizes (250ml, 500ml, 1000ml, etc.) will be required to be opened and checked for adequate preservation. Note: Preservation check is for aqueous samples only. No solvents, liquids, or malodorous samples are tested in this fashion.
  • Create bottle records, generate bottle labels, and label samples.
  • Transfer samples to and from cold or ambient storage areas.
  • Maintain all required documentation with accuracy and clarity.
  • Remove historical samples from completed jobs and assign samples for disposal.
  • Provide communications regarding sample information to laboratory departments.
  • Communicate with clients regarding requests.
  • Adheres to internal standards, policies and procedures.
  • May be required to answer telephone inquiries or requests for bottleware, volumes, and courier pickups.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


Job requirements
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Required:
  • High School Diploma

Preferred:
  • Associates/Bachelors degree in a science field.
  • Laboratory experience

LICENSES / CERTIFICATIONS
Describe any licenses or certifications that are either required or helpful for performing the job. Designate when required.

KNOWLEDGE / SKILLS / ABILITIES
  • Language Skills: English
  • Mathematical Skills:Intermediate
  • Reasoning Skills/Abilities: Intermediate
  • Computer Skills: Knowledge of Outlook, Excel, Word and Adobe as well as navigating software.

TRAVEL
  • No travel required.

EQUIPMENT

PHYSICAL DEMANDS OF THE JOB
Physical/Sensory Demands Frequency Requirements:
  • Stand - Constantly
  • Move or traverse - Constantly
  • Sit - Occasionally
  • Use hands - Constantly
  • Reach with hands and arms - Constantly
  • Climb or balance - Frequently
  • Stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl - Occasionally
  • Talk/hear - Frequently
  • Taste/Smell - Occasionally
  • Lift/carry/push or pull - Constantly
  • Lift/carry/push or pull 50lbs.

Vision Requirement:
  • Close vision (clear vision at 20 inches/50 centimeters or less)
  • Distance vision (clear vision at 20 feet/6 meters or more)
  • Peripheral vision (ability to observe an area that can be seen up and down or to the left and right while eyes are fixed on a given point)
  • Depth perception (three-dimension vision, ability to judge distance and three-dimensional relationships)
  • Ability to adjust focus (ability to adjust the eye to bring an object into sharp focus)
  • Ability to see color

Auditory Requirements:
  • No special auditory requirements

WORK CONDITIONS / EXPOSURE TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS



Work Schedule:
For Non-Exempt roles:
  • Work schedule is outlined in the offer letter

Environmental Conditions Requirements:
  • Wet or humid (non-weather) conditions - None
  • Work near moving mechanical pats - None
  • Work in high, precarious places - None
  • Fumes or airborne particles - None
  • Toxic or caustic chemicals - Frequently
  • Outdoor weather conditions - None
  • Extreme cold (non-weather) - Occasionally
  • Extreme heat (non-weather) - None
  • Risk of electrical shock - None
  • Work with explosives - None
  • Risk of radiation - None
  • Vibration - None
  • Bio-hazard - Frequently

Noise level:
  • Moderate noise (examples: business office with computers and printers, light traffic)

Other Physical/Work Environmental Exposures:
  • Samples may be odorous, requiring placement under a fume hood.


Login Technician