Clearwater, FL – The award winning Pure Air Control Services/EDLab has immediate openings for Microbiologist/Mycologist/Aerobiologist in their AIHA accredited CDC ELITE environmental microbiology laboratory in their Clearwater, FL headquarters’. Applicants send your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Cyndy Bailey, Operations Manager at 1-800-422-7873 ext 602.
The Microbiologist/ Mycologist /Aerobiologist responsibilities include:
· Assist with day-to-day laboratory operations.
· Perform Lab assays in Microbiology, Immunochemistry & Microscopy:
· Preparation of bioaerosol and microbial samples for fungal analysis
· Culture of fungi from environmental samples using sterile techniques
· Bio-aerosol and microbial analysis of samples for fungi and bacteria
· Preparation of sample media
· Maintenance of laboratory supplies, equipment and laboratory reagents
· Data entry
Degree in a life sciences area is required, with a degree in microbiology preferred. One or two years experience preferred. Competent in the identification of aerbiota. Computer knowledge required. Each employee is required to be knowledgeable, thorough, independent, and efficient in his/her duties while working in a team based environment.
The Environmental Diagnostics Laboratory (EDLab) at Pure Air Control Services (PACS) offers complete and comprehensive indoor environmental laboratory services. They include: microbiology, aerobiology, allergen assays and microscopy designed to meet all your indoor air needs. The EDLab supports IEQ investigations by assisting with strategic sampling plan development and supplying media collection equipment while performing a wide range of environmental analyses. EDLab has analyzed over 400,000 samples since 1992.
All EDLab microbiological reports are prepared with a glossary describing each organism at both the genus and species level. The EDL at Pure Air Control Services, Inc., is a participant in the American Industrial Hygiene Association Laboratory Accreditation Program (AIHA LAP, LLC) (#102795).
The fundamental purpose of Pure Air Control Services, Inc. is to provide professional environmental consulting, engineering and evaluation through building diagnostics protocols, laboratory support services and building/HVAC system remediation services.
Pure Air Control Services, Inc. provides solutions to indoor air quality while permitting both its clients and employees to grow, develop and share in the firms success. Pure Air Control Services, Inc. is a medically disciplined, solution oriented, indoor air environment diagnostic and remediation firm with more than 500 million square feet of home and building environment experience.
About Environmental Diagnostics Laboratory (EDLab):
The Environmental Diagnostics Laboratory (EDLab) (established in 1992) at Pure Air Control Services (PACS) is an AIHA accredited environmental lab # EMLAP 102795 offering complete and comprehensive indoor environmental microbiology laboratory services. They include: microbiology, aerobiology, chemistry, allergen assays and microscopy designed to meet all your indoor air needs. EDLab supports IAQ investigations by assisting with strategic sampling plan development and supplying media collection equipment while performing a wide range of environmental analyses.
The company’s expanding client roster includes the General Services Administration (GSA);US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Allstate Insurance; Carrier Air Conditioning; US Naval Air Warfare Center, Orlando; and Naval Air Station - King's Bay, Georgia, and many other Fortune 500 companies, school boards, and city, state, and county governments, making Pure Air Control Services/EDLab the reliable industry leader in IAQ.
For more information on EDLab at Pure Air Services, Inc. please contact Dr. Rajiv Sahay or Alan Wozniak at (800) 422-7873 301 or 802 respectively, or visit www.edlab.org
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