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We don’t just like what we do at Aerobiology, we love it! We are looking for the type of Environmental Bacteriologist who loves analyzing bacteria as much as we do. Someone who loves the challenge of finding it, identifying it, and going the extra mile to help our customers understand why in the world it is in their space. Spend one day with our amazing staff and you will see that not only do they love what they do, but they enjoy teaching and training others that have the drive to learn more. Come and reap the rewards with a company that is the gold standard in environmental analysis.
This Environmental Bacteriologist job is open to candidates with bacteriology experience in reading traditional cultures of skin, respiratory and wound cultures, however, we prefer to have someone with experience in analysis of environmental water, surface, and air samples. The candidate must be proficient in the setup of samples using standard SOPs, including serial dilutions, concentrating of samples, and plating. The individual should be familiar with pathogens such as Staphylococcus aureus, coliforms, E. coli, Legionella pneumophila and other clinically significant bacteria and fungi. Having experience in analyzing viable and non-viable fungal samples is an added plus. This individual may also be involved in providing clients with meaningful information and resource sites to assist them in understanding laboratory analysis and may participate in proficiency testing programs to demonstrate the ability to produce accurate results.
NOTE: It is not necessary to know how to analyze all of the samples types above, but experience in basic analysis of bacterial cultures in an environmental or clinical laboratory is necessary. This must be reflected in your work experience.
Responsibilities and Duties
Qualifications and Skills
The Bacteriologist will provide documented 3 to 6 months on-the-job training set up and analysis of bacterial and/or fungal cultures. Training records for this individual will include documentation of ability to identify genus/species of bacteria, yeast and filamentous molds. Training records to document training of relevant diagnostic procedures, e.g., gram stain, oxidase, biochemical reactions, morphological identification of fungi must be available We will accept previous training and work experience with demonstration of mastered skills.
Job Type: Full-time