We at CBSET are committed to providing exceptional animal care and this can only be achieved through hiring exceptional technical talent. By working as a Research Technician I/II/III, you will be part of a collaborative effort with our clients to advance biomedical research through innovative, high-quality services. In addition, CBSET is proud to offer a generous benefits package, which includes health, dental and vision plans, life insurance, short-term and long-term disability, and an opportunity to participate in a 401(k) plan. Company FAQ SUMMARY A mid-technical level with the expectations of semi-independent functionality, demonstrating a comfortable level of technical skills in the Technical Operations Department. Press Kit ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Handle and restrain multiple species of animals, perform and record daily clinical observations, perform anesthetic management, pre and post-operative nursing care, perform dose administration and sample collection. Generate quality data in compliance with GLP guidelines, document deviations and incidents with supervision, submit data in a timely manner. Perform data collection and quality control on assigned studies in addition to maintaining study books, ensuring proper documentation, coordination of sample collection and processing, and test article control. Train and assist junior technicians performing the above tasks. Must have effective oral and written communication skills and work effectively as a team member. Perform other related duties as required. QUALIFICATIONS: Education: High school or GED required. Bacheloru2019s degree (BS) in science and/or certified veterinary technician (CVT) preferred. Education: Experience: Minimum of one year experience in a regulatory pre-clinical environment with involvement in the conduct of GLP studies. Exceptional experience in related preclinical and/or advanced education could substitute. Experience: Certification/Licensure: Driveru2019s license; ALAT and/or LAT preferred. Certification/Licensure: PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must be able to perform laboratory procedures, which require talking, hearing, standing or sitting for long periods of time, entering data into a computer, using appropriate instruments, reaching with hands and arms, working in narrow spaces, and wearing safety equipment (Personal Protective Equipment) according to OSHA regulations and company standards. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Ability to consistently lift and move at least 50 pounds. WORK ENVIRONMENT: Animal facility and laboratories with moderate noise possible. Exposure to potential zoonotic agents, hazardous/noxious devices (e.g., needles, scalpel blades, etc.), chemicals (e.g., anesthetic gases, formalin, alcohols, xylenes, etc.) and/or radiation. Office working environment with quiet noise conditions. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: This position may require occasional domestic travel or duties on weekends and/or holidays.