Quality Control Analyst Position
Location: Bloomington, IN
Pay: $18-19 per hour
Duration: 12 Month Contract
This position will report through the QA Engineering department and focus on gathering data specific to biological, chemical and physical analyses on pharmaceutical products (biologics and drugs) and medical devices through all stages of the manufacturing process from incoming raw materials to finished goods, and may include environmental monitoring programs. This data will then be used to build test methods for the new Corporate LIMS system. Continue reading “Recent graduates: Quality Control Analyst position open at Baxter in Bloomington!”
The College Undergraduate Academic Affairs Office is looking for highly motivated, reliable, and mature student workers for Summer 2017 and beyond. We need assistance during our office hours of 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday. We are looking for dependable, flexible, detail-oriented students with the ability to maintain confidentiality of records. Communication skills and the ability to work with the public are essential. Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Adobe Suite is preferred. Primary duties consist of: data entry, preparing computer work, filing, copying, sorting mail, running errands, answering phones, directing visitors, and miscellaneous tasks. This is not a work-study position.
For consideration, please submit your résumé and cover letter directly to Ms. Erin McDaniel (Owen Hall 102) or Ms. Rebekka Potter (Owen Hall 104). For questions, please contact our office at email@example.com.
On April 20, at 7:00 PM at La Casa (715 E. 7th Street, Bloomington), SACNAS welcomes special guest from IUPUI Barbara McGahey Frain to speak about the Cytotechnology Program at IUPUI. The Clinical Assistant Professor and Education Coordinator for the Indiana University Cytotechnology Program will discuss what the program is, how it is set up, and her recent trip to Peru.
This program is for students who are stuck between healthcare and science fields, making the Cytotechnology Program perfect for those who want the “sciencey” aspect in healthcare. Food and refreshments will be provided. For any additional information and inquiries, please contact Fabiola Aguilera at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hamilton County Health Department has summer positions open for college-aged students interested in Vector Control or Water Quality Technicians.
WORK SCHEDULE: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., M – F SALARY: $10.00 for 27.5 hour workweeks.
SEASONAL: May to August STATUS: Part – Time.
Please go to the Hamilton County website Employment Opportunities sections to see the job descriptions: http://www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov/jobs.aspx.
Vector Control Specialist
Hamilton County Health Department
18030 Foundation Dr. Suite A
Noblesville, IN 46060
The Winter Career and Internship Fair is just around the corner! This event provides students the opportunity to network with 100+ employers from a wide range of industries looking to fill full-time positions and internships. In addition to the fair, we will be hosting a number of prep sessions and events around the fair – all students are welcome. Learn more by clicking on the titles below:
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The Center for the Business of Life Sciences will be hosting its fall student recruitment and networking reception on Thursday, October 13th. Several representatives from Johnson & Johnson will be there.
Please see the attached invitation: fall-2016-cbls-reception-invite
Want to RSVP? Have questions? Please contact email@example.com.
More information about the Center for the Business of Life Sciences: https://kelley.iu.edu/CBLS/news/page51487.html
Attention: Biology majors who have graduated (and perhaps those who will graduate in December 2016?):
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Agricultural Research Service (ARS), Cell Wall Biology & Utilization Research Unit in Madison, Wisconsin, is seeking a full time Research Geneticist/ Biologist (Computational) for a permanent appointment. The incumbent in consultation with their supervisor will define specific job goals related to genomics and bioinformatics. Applies appropriate molecular technique, contemporary sequencing technologies and quality control procedure to generate reliable and accurate genomic data related to dairy animal performance and forage crop production. The incumbent must have a working knowledge of bioinformatics and must be able to apply bioinformatics tools to develop and customize pipelines for automation of data processing into meaningful summaries. Advanced computational skills, programming and analytical tool development are strongly preferred. Vacant research positions may be filled at one of two grade levels (GS 9/11) depending upon scientific impact of the selected person. Citizenship restrictions apply.
Continue reading “Recent graduates: Full-time research job with USDA to be posted soon”