Laboratory Assistant (2-3 Month Contract)
· $16 an hour
· Full-time, contract position with regular overtime
· Chance to make a great income while learning new skills
· No experience necessary
· Multiple positions available
We at Ian Martin are hiring for our client Corteva—an industry leader in agricultural science. Their mission is to enrich the lives of those who produce and those who consume food, ensuring agricultural progress for years to come.
They need your help in that mission—that’s why we’re hiring multiple laboratory assistants for 2-3 month contracts right now. It’s an amazing opportunity to get practical lab experience and make a great income with a short commitment.
Under supervision from the senior lab team, you’ll assist technical personnel in conducting scientific research.
You’ll spend much of your time supporting the lab’s operations by helping with routine tasks: things like gathering and delivering materials, reports and information.
All necessary training will be provided, mostly during your first three weeks after hire.
This is a full-time, contract position running from September 7th to November 30th, 2021. You’ll work Monday to Friday plus occasional Saturdays, including 1 hour of overtime per day (up to 48 hours per week).
Corteva is focused on growth—in the fields, our offices, and our laboratory. When you join the team, you’ll have opportunities to grow yourself by learning new skills and the ins and outs of an important, fascinating, and ever-adapting industry.
· High school diploma
· Ability to sit/stand for extended periods
Applying with Ian Martin
Ian Martin is an established IT and engineering hiring firm with over 60 years’ experience connecting talented candidates with meaningful work. When you apply, you’ll get more than just a chance at a great job—you’ll become part of vast network of engineering and tech employers that are always changing.
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