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||Student Laboratory Assistant
||Timmins Public Health Laboratory
||Public Health Ontario (PHO) is a Crown corporation dedicated to protecting and promoting the health of all Ontarians and reducing inequities in health. As a hub organization, OAHPP links public health practitioners, front-line health workers and researchers to the best scientific intelligence and knowledge from around the world.
PHO provides expert scientific and technical support relating to infection prevention and control; surveillance and epidemiology; health promotion, chronic disease and injury prevention; environmental and occupational health; health emergency preparedness; and public health laboratory services to support health providers, the public health system and partner ministries in making informed decisions and taking informed action to improve the health and security of Ontarians. For more information about OAHPP, visit www.oahpp.ca.
||Position Title: Student Laboratory Assistant
Department: Timmins Public Health Laboratory
Duration: Temporary – 19 week placement
Location: 67 Wilson Avenue, Timmins
Compensation Group: OPSEU
Position Status: OPEN
Job Code: Student Level 1
Salary: $10.25 per hour
Job ID: 13-0010
Posting Date: April 11, 2013
Closing Date: April 24, 2013
||Public Health Ontario’s Timmins Public Health Laboratory requires a Student Laboratory Assistant to perform laboratory attendant duties:
• Handling and processing water samples for environmental bacteriology.
• Receiving and sorting of lab specimens.
• Receiving and sorting of supply orders.
• Miscellaneous duties as directed.
|Knowledge and Skills
• Preference will be given to students currently enrolled in a post-secondary program which focuses on public health, microbiology, bacteriology, life sciences, and/or laboratory technologist/technician program.
• Good knowledge of laboratory terminology.
• Knowledge of laboratory safety.
• Ability to identify problems with equipment and refer for appropriate action.
• Ability to follow instructions and procedures related to the handling of biological hazards.