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Technician I - Surgery-Multi-Species In-Life

Req ID #: 221431

Mattawan, Michigan, USA
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We are seeking a Technician 1 – Surgery Multi-species In-Life for our Surgery Team at the site located in Mattawan, MI.    A Technician 1 – Technical Operations is in training to perform and become proficient in on-boarding skills, procedures, and cooperating in a team environment. The technician is learning basic skills required to conduct a study, which may include animal handling/restraint, housing maintenance, and feeding procedures; collecting data, observing the animals for health status, and body weight measurements; administering doses by various methods, conducting euthanasia, and/or biological specimen collections for analysis. The technician is working under close supervision to gain proficiency.

We are seeking a Technician 1 – Surgery Multi-species In-Life for our Surgery Team at the site located in Mattawan, MI.
 
 A Technician 1 – Technical Operations is in training to perform and become proficient in on-boarding skills, procedures, and cooperating in a team environment. The technician is learning basic skills required to conduct a study, which may include animal handling/restraint, housing maintenance, and feeding procedures; collecting data, observing the animals for health status, and body weight measurements; administering doses by various methods, conducting euthanasia, and/or biological specimen collections for analysis. The technician is working under close supervision to gain proficiency.

  Essential Functions (The fundamental Duties & Responsibilities of the role (products and services provided/results accomplished) include, but are not limited to, those listed:

  • Ensure good welfare and humane care for all animals worked with through gentle, positive human-animal interactions.

  • Train in on-boarding skills which may include animal handling/restraint, housing maintenance, and feeding procedures; collecting data, observing the animals for health status, and body weight measurements; administering doses by various methods, conducting euthanasia, and/or biological specimen collections for analysis. Specific skills will be based on each area’s training plan and business needs.

  • Collect, document, review, and verify data on forms, or in electronic data capture systems.

  • Review documentation of functions performed as part of quality control requirements. 

  • Use and maintain instrumentation and equipment.

  • Perform all other related duties as assigned.

The pay for this position is $20.00. Please note that salaries vary within the range based on factors including, but not limited to, experience, skills, education, certifications, and location

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About Charles River

Charles River is an early-stage Contact Research Organization (CRO). Here, we are passionate about our role in improving the quality of people's lives. With 100 sites around the globe, we are strategically positioned to coordinate worldwide resources and apply multidisciplinary perspectives in resolving our clients' unique challenges. Our client base includes global pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology companies, government agencies and hospitals and academic institutions around the world.

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