***This position services customers that require vaccinations to enter their premises***
Join the PCI team! We are seeking a Pipette Calibration Technician that can perform pipette (single and multi channel) calibrations as well as ship in / ship out requirements for critical instruments. This position is onsite at our client pharmaceutical, laboratory and biotech facilities in the San Francisco metro area. Please review the job description below and apply if you would like to be considered. If you have a passion for performing quality work, and are experienced working with pipettes and critical instrumentation, this position may be just for you! The Pipette Calibration Technician I reports directly to the Team Leader, Manager or Director, depending upon the organizational structure. These positions are non-exempt. Up to 30% percent travel may be required.
Pipette Technicians are expected to take a proactive role in supporting the Pipette Services Team and in providing client pipette support. The Pipette Technician is expected to build a high level of trust with internal and client personnel. This trust is developed through consistently upholding PCI Values and demonstrating Honesty, Integrity, Pride, Accountability, Teamwork, and Commitment.
Pipette Calibration Technician I
Works with basic laboratory instrumentation, as well as operates computer-based applications utilized in a laboratory environment. Further develops technical skill whenever possible through internal or external training programs.
Completes calibrations, qualifications, PMs and changes with GxP documentation in an accurate and timely manner and in accordance with PCI and Client Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
Always considers safety when executing tasks and projects. Ensures that PCI work areas are safe, neatly organized and professional on-site and in office.
Places high priority on internal and external customer service. Listens to clients’ needs and works with Tech II’s, Tech SRs, or Team Leaders/Managers to come up with effective solutions.
Displays professionalism with appearance and with written and verbal communication. Provides regular updates on projects to Tech SRs, Team Leader/Managers.
Plans in advance and is prepared with the correct supplies and equipment for each job.
Timesheets and expense reports are completed weekly with accurate labor and expense codes.
Is ethical and trusted among clients and partners. Supports and furthers the PCI Success Philosophy.
On average, 90 – 95% of work time will be utilized completing calibration and maintenance events.
Is attune to potential new opportunities for PCI when at a client site or interacting with a client and relays this lead back to Leader/Manager.
Pipette Calibration Technician I
Familiar with pipettes and laboratory instrumentation including those that are computer-based.
Ability to make independent decisions within defined scope of work, seeks clarification and direction when needed.
Understands and applies basic concepts of calibration and calibration requirements including accuracy testing requirements.
Ability to climb stairs; climb on equipment such as tanks. Moderate to heavy lifting.
Must have a valid driver’s license and good driving record.
Working knowledge of MS Office suite.
Understanding of GMP/GLP and Life Science industry regulations.
Experience & Education Required for Pipette Calibration Technician I:
A four-year degree in Life Sciences, Engineering, Electronics, or other related technical field; or a two year degree and two years of laboratory experience, or the equivalent combination of education and experience. Pharmaceutical industry or quality system experience is preferred.
PCI is proud to serve pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, and clinical research industries nationwide by providing calibration, commissioning and consulting solutions. At PCI, calibrations are performed by highly technical, cGMP/GLP-trained personnel who are knowledgeable in quality guidelines enforced by the FDA, EPA and ISO/IEC 17025:2017. PCI is an FCX Performance Company and a Subsidiary of Applied Industrial Technologies (NYSE: AIT); a leading industrial distributor that offers more than 6.5 million parts to serve the needs of MRO and OEM customers in virtually every industry.
Applied® provides engineering, design and systems integration for industrial and fluid power applications, as well as customized mechanical, fabricated rubber and fluid power shop services. Applied also offers storeroom services and inventory management solutions that provide added value to our customers.
We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, protected veteran status, marital status, medical condition or any other characteristic protected by law.