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Location:
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Salary:
50,000-60,000
Posted:
November 24, 2018

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John (Jack) Niedbala Jr. MS

***** ***** ****** *********, ***********, New Mexico 87112

509-***-**** ac7r8q@r.postjobfree.com

Professional Summary

I am a competent scientist motivated to bring my expertise to a collective contribution to science. I have gained proficiency in biology and experienced in microbiology and organic chemistry. I have always been driven to explore and grow within a scientific community.

Skills

Experiment conception and execution

Data collection and analysis

Sample collection and storage

Surveying research sites

Team leader/ coordinator for field work and research

Training new employees

Writing conclusions/ articles

Care of laboratory animals

Work History

Chemical Analytical Technician Sep 2018 – Present

Abacus Services Corp./General Mills Inc. Albuquerque, New Mexico

Laboratory Co-Supervisor Oct 2013 – Apr 2017

USDA-ARS/ Washington State University Pullman, Washington

Research Entomologist Jul 2011 – May 2013

Washington State University Pullman, Washington

Laboratory Manager and Research Assistant Jun 2005 – Dec 2010

Particle Accelerator Laboratory, University of Oregon Eugene, Oregon

Education

Master of Science, Entomology 2013

Washington State University Pullman, Washington

Ascertained life cycle of an accidentally

imported pest species

Habitat monitoring

Compiled research from multiple

contributors into a pest report for

poplar plantation managers

Bachelor of Science, Biology 2010

University of Oregon Eugene, Oregon

Co-authored and published three times

for research contributions

Co-taught with Dr. Kenneth Doxsee, seminar

series on “Green Chemistry” techniques to

high school chemistry teachers in Thailand

Awarded Departmental Honors for my work

with leaf-cutter ants: Atta cephalotes

Math, Science, General Courses Mar 2005 – Jun 2009

Lane Community College Eugene, Oregon

Devised a series of experiments to

“Green-up” college Organic Chemistry

Nominated for the Oregon Community

College Association “Student Scholar Award”



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