Lab Associate-biocoat/reagents Area Job In Bedford, Massachusetts, Iconma, Llc

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
ID #1178482326
Lab Associate-biocoat/reagents Area Job In Bedford, Massachusetts, Iconma, Llc
United States, Massachusetts, Bedford,
Published September 22, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Lab associate-biocoat/reagents area

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Work in Bio coat and Reagents areas.

Helps Bio coat package and label product 2-3 days per week and the other 2 days help in Reagents with manual labeling of -20-degree Celsius product.

Interacts with Quality Assurance to identify non-conformance issues.

Use ETQ to print proper SOPs.

Assembles kits

Participates in other plant activities including Kaizens and 5S blitzes.

Work in clean rooms, general lab, and cold room ranging from 2 to minus 20 degrees Celsius, where specified PPE for each area is required.

Frequently lifts and/or moves material and/or objects up to 50 pounds.



Highschool diploma or GED.

Hard-working attitude.


Attention to detail.

Team Player.

No degree or science knowledge required.

Very basic skill set to label and package and help around the labs.

Good working conditions.


As an equal opportunity employer, ICONMA prides itself on creating an employment environment that supports and encourages the abilities of all persons regardless of race, color, gender, age, sexual orientation, citizenship, or disability

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