LabTemps is seeking an Analytical Trace Metals Scientist for a direct-hire opportunity with our client in central Washington State.  This role offers outstanding compensation, relocation assistance, and benefits. The company is a major leading supplier of high-purity, high-performance chemicals to all segments of the flat panel and semiconductor industries.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develop plans and experiments to assess trace metals analytical methods and trace metals levels in complex matrices.
  • Identify, develop, and execute continuous improvement strategies for trace metals analysis methods including identifying and executing replacement strategies for end-of-life or outdated analytical equipment qualifying new equipment and demonstrating performance improvements, assessing accuracy, repeatability, linearity of response, identifying bias offsets as needed.
  • Support metals leads and analysts with technical expertise for troubleshooting, SPC investigations, 8D investigations, and escalations as needed.
  • Mentor analysts to develop technical understanding of trace metals methods and support interpretation of data as needed.
  • Perform hands-on laboratory experiments and/or coordinate with metals area lead(s) to work with metals analysts to accomplish project goals for the implementation of new or enhanced methods using well-established good lab practices.
  • Prepare a weekly summary of specific activities, projects, and priorities including needs and risks for achievement of objectives to established standards and timelines.
  • Draft, review, and submit new or revised metrology standard operating procedures, equipment maintenance procedures, response flow checklists, OCAPS, or other documents applying the company’s document control procedures as assigned.
  • Support troubleshooting using Response-Flow-Checklists (RFCs) and Out of Control Action Plans (OCAPS) and support the development or documentation of RFCs and OCAPs, as assigned.
  • Complete literature research to determine known or analogous analytical methods for target molecules and develop safe and plausible strategies for improvement of trace metals analytical measurements.
  • Analyze data appropriately including generating graphical representations, applying mathematical concepts, modeling, and relevant statistical analysis using software tools such as MS Excel, JMP, Origin, ChemDraw, or other data analysis software.
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Scientist Analytical Trace Metals | Direct Hire

Greater Spokane Area, WA

LabTemps is seeking an Analytical Trace Metals Scientist for a direct-hire opportunity with our client in central Washington State.  This role offers outstanding compensation, relocation assistance, and benefits. The company is a major leading supplier of high-purity, high-performance chemicals to all segments of the flat panel and semiconductor industries.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develop plans and experiments to assess trace metals analytical methods and trace metals levels in complex matrices.
  • Identify, develop, and execute continuous improvement strategies for trace metals analysis methods including identifying and executing replacement strategies for end-of-life or outdated analytical equipment qualifying new equipment and demonstrating performance improvements, assessing accuracy, repeatability, linearity of response, identifying bias offsets as needed.
  • Support metals leads and analysts with technical expertise for troubleshooting, SPC investigations, 8D investigations, and escalations as needed.
  • Mentor analysts to develop technical understanding of trace metals methods and support interpretation of data as needed.
  • Perform hands-on laboratory experiments and/or coordinate with metals area lead(s) to work with metals analysts to accomplish project goals for the implementation of new or enhanced methods using well-established good lab practices.
  • Prepare a weekly summary of specific activities, projects, and priorities including needs and risks for achievement of objectives to established standards and timelines.
  • Draft, review, and submit new or revised metrology standard operating procedures, equipment maintenance procedures, response flow checklists, OCAPS, or other documents applying the company’s document control procedures as assigned.
  • Support troubleshooting using Response-Flow-Checklists (RFCs) and Out of Control Action Plans (OCAPS) and support the development or documentation of RFCs and OCAPs, as assigned.
  • Complete literature research to determine known or analogous analytical methods for target molecules and develop safe and plausible strategies for improvement of trace metals analytical measurements.
  • Analyze data appropriately including generating graphical representations, applying mathematical concepts, modeling, and relevant statistical analysis using software tools such as MS Excel, JMP, Origin, ChemDraw, or other data analysis software.

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Taylor Johnson

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tjohnson@messinagroupinc.com

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