To plan, schedule and perform a wide variety of procedures, processes or inspections and experiments to test process, determine the material and physical properties of ceramics, waxes, metals, alloys and/or parts. To work with technical/production Technician IV's and Engineers to devise new methods and/or procedures and outline major projects. To provide solutions to complex problems in major area and carry out projects independently.
1.Provides solutions to complex problems in major technical/production field by applying a wide variety of techniques, processes and procedures. Works independently with consultative input and periodic review by Technician IV's or Lab management.
2.Plans, schedules and completes small to medium sized projects. Determines procedures, schedules and manpower requirements. Coordinates activities with other Technicians.
3.Gathers, records, analyzes and summarizes data in various formats, prepares technical reports of results, evaluates projects, goals and processes.
4.Provides technical assistance and leadership to Technician's I & II.
5.Contacts and coordinates activities with other Technicians, Engineers and Production personnel, may act as liaison with vendors and/or customers on specific issues.
6.May be required to work with hazardous waste.
7.Other duties as assigned.
1.4-5 years prior relevant experience OR A.S. or A.A. degree and 2-3 years of specific relevant technical experience OR B.S. degree with 1-2 years of specific relevant experience OR equivalent training and experience.
2.Considerable knowledge of and familiarity with basic scientific principles and laboratory techniques and considerable theoretical knowledge of major field, awareness of relationship between major field and other disciplines.
3.Effective written and verbal communication skills.
4.Ability to apply a wide variety of technical procedures under general directions and to complete work independently.
5.Ability to plan, schedule, evaluate and coordinate designated projects.
6.May be required to complete Hazardous Waste Management training.
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