These are 1st shift positions 5:30 am- 1:30pm with a pay rate of $16.00 an hour.
5:30 am -1:30 pm Monday - Friday
5:30 am - 8:30 pm every third Saturdays and Sunday.
Temp to potential Hire after 90 days +
If you have the following experience and would like to be considered for this position please call me @ 330-688-8400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Animal Resource Center is composed of approximately 95 mouse cages. Researchers perform studies on rates, guinea pigs, rabbits, cats, dogs, pigs, woodchucks and chickens.
1. Feed and water animals, change cage bedding, change animals from dirty to clean cages and disinfect animal quarters. Observe animals during this process and note and report anything unusual that may indicate problems with the animals such as health related problems, housing/caging, overcrowded conditions, food or water problems.
2. Inspect animals in assigned area daily and reports abnormalities to animal husbandry manager, team leader and/or veterinary staff.
3. Use a handheld or stationary tablet device to perform animal health observations, animal inventory and daily checklist in a data software application.
4. Perform routine housekeeping duties to maintain animal rooms. Clean and keep areas neat and free of clutter per United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care (AAALAC) guides (counters, sinks, carts, etc.).
5. Remove dead animals from cages, tag and label with identifying data, prepare death certificates, and place in post-mortem refrigerator and notify responsible veterinarian.
Cage washing technician, and some care for animals, but primary cage washing, feed and water, change bedding, maintain animal rooms, inspect animals and report abnormalities, maintain proper ID records of animals, remove dead animals and prepare death certificates, handle newly arrived animals, and many more duties surrounding working in Animal Lab.
1. Maintain compliance to ARC policies and all applicable regulations for animal research care and attend training as required.
2. Wear necessary personal protective clothing and equipment per policy; take additional precautions when assigned to special areas housing animals; e.g. in microisolators, laminar flow hoods, those under quarantine or animals used for radioisotope, carcinogen or other biohazard research. Observe special precautions for handling and the disposal of contaminated material per established protocols.
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