Qualifications and Skills
3+ Years Lab Technician Experience
Able to Collect Field Samples
Familiar with Chromatography Techniques
Strong Background in Quality Assurance, including Fish & Seafood Inspection
Knowledgeable of Federal & State Regulations
Excellent Communication Skills
Able to meet Deadlines
Well Organized and Detail Oriented
Excellent Problem Solving Skills
Able to Work Independently as a Team Member
Quality Control Technician – Seafood Producers Cold Storage – Sitka, AK – 1990
Demonstrated outstanding ability to inspect fresh salmon as it was received into the plant, including completing reports and taking temperatures of the fish.
Biological Aide – Age and Growth Laboratory, National Marine Fisheries Service – Seattle, WA – 1987-1988
Met or exceeded agency standards for assessing the status of fish populations using IBM equipment to develop short term forecasting to project future abundance, including preparing technical reports for resource managers.
Laboratory Technician – Northwest Lipid Research Clinic – Seattle, WA – 1984
Conducted all aspects of bioassay of LCAT enzyme, including collecting, recording and tabulating experimental data as well as preparing buffer solutions and reagents and operating scintillation counter.
Histology Assistant – University of Washington Histopathology Laboratory – Seattle, WA – 1980
Performed most aspects of human biopsies of human renal tissue and other tissue, including sectioning methacrylate and paraffin blocks and staining sections in hematoxylin/eosin, PAS and methenamine/silver nitrate. Mounted sections onto slides; used rotary and cryostat microtomes.
Bachelor of Arts – Zoology – University of Washington – Seattle, WA