The Equipment Administrator (EA) is responsible for creating and maintaining equipment records for all new clinical laboratory instrumentation. The EA is also responsible for coordination and scheduling of service activities for all equipment in the laboratory. Service activities to be coordinated include installation, qualification, maintenance, calibration, and service/repair. The individual in this role will work directly with the service technicians/engineers to ensure service activities are performed as scheduled. The EA will also work with Operations, Accounting, Purchasing, and 3rd Party Vendors in performing the expected duties of this position.
The hours are Monday - Friday 3:00pm - 12:00am.
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