At Nelson Laboratories, a Sotera Health Company, our employees are part of an industry-leading, global provider of sterility assurance, medical device evaluation services and expert advisory services.
Our employees receive competitive pay, growth and learning opportunities, insurance benefits, tuition reimbursement, paid holidays, time-off and the opportunity to attend many company-sponsored employee and family events.
Nelson Labs employees play a critical role in reaching our mission of: Safeguarding Global Health.
Looking for a Development Chemist position with a wide range of experience to work in a fast paced environment. This position involves decision making in the areas of analytical chemistry, equipment maintenance, data quality, and workflow. Duties include analysis of a wide variety of samples following establish methods or standards, and supporting the development and implementation of laboratory policies and procedures.
Experience with instrumentation/equipment and software, such as gas chromatography/mass spectroscopy (GC/MS), high performance liquid chromatography/mass spectroscopy (HPLC/MS), and Inductively coupled plasma/mass spectrometry (ICP/MS). (Ideal candidate needs to have experience with least one of these instruments.)
Education and Work Experience:
Duties and Responsibilities
Every test, but also employee, matters at Nelson Laboratories. We are a leader in the industry offering a wide array of benefits to our most valuable asset, our employees. We offer a traditional health plan, an HSA value plan, dental and vision plans, Flexible Spending Accounts, and a 401k with employer match. We are proud of our ongoing training and development courses and ample advancement opportunities. We show our dedication to our employees through company events, complimentary fruit and beverages, and subsidized meals in our on-site Nelson Cafe. A free on-site gym membership and a childrens' room for employees' kids further shows that our employees come first.
This job operates in a professional laboratory environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment and lab equipment including but not limited to, computers, keyboards, computer mouse, telephones, photocopiers, file cabinets, microscopes, micropipettes, pipette aids and various hand tools.
The possibility exists for exposure to biological and chemical hazards, exposure to carcinogenic compounds and other environmental aspects which may be considered unfavorable. Employees are expected to follow Biosafety and Chemical Hygiene policies, practices and procedures.
The physical demands described here are a representation of those that must be met to perform the essential job functions: