LASP is looking for a full‐time ﴾40 hrs a week﴿ laboratory cleaning technician that can assist in the cleaning required at our world renowned science research institute. Items that are sent into space must pass stringent cleanliness levels before being assembled and tested. Also the support equipment used with flight hardware must be cleaned to these same levels. This position would be responsible for working in a lab setting cleaning parts on a daily basis following approved cleaning procedures.
- Cleaning of mechanical parts for space flight
- Cleaning of electrical harnesses and assemblies for space flight
- Wipe down of large shipping containers used to store and transport space hardware
- Following detailed instructions for cleaning processes
- Organization and reordering of supplies
- Help manage work flow in lab
- Responsible for daily room cleaning and monthly full room scrubs on clean room areas. Clean room is a class 10K clean room.
- High School graduation required.
- The ideal candidate for this position is someone that can work independently on similar repetitive tasks.
- Ideally this candidate is someone that appreciates items being very clean and organized around them.
- This candidate would be working with several college students that already currently work part‐time in this lab.
- This candidate will be required to lift parts weighing up to 40 lbs.
- This candidate must be comfortable wearing a cleaning lab smock, hair bouffant, face mask, gloves and shoe covers while at work. This position requires use of different solvents such as Ethanol, Isopropyl, Acetone and a few others.
Due to U.S. Export Control Restrictions, only U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents may apply.
- Desired experience working in a lab setting around solvents.
- Technical degree or college degree desired but not required.
Applicants must complete the Faculty/University Staff and EEO Data (application) form, and upload the following required documents: 1 – Curriculum Vitae or Resume 2 – Cover Letter.
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