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INDIANA GEOLOGICAL & WATER SUR (BL-GEOY-IUBLA)
The Part-Time Laboratory Technician works to support Indiana Geological & Water Survey's (IGWS) conodont biostratigraphic research. Responsibilities of the technician in the Dissolution and Disaggregation and Mineral Separation laboratories involves sample preparation, rock digestion, wet sieving, and cryogenic heavy liquid separation. The technician will also extract (pick) and mount the conodont elements for further study from the resulting residues of undigested (insoluble) material. Associated lab activities and some minor field work may be included.
This is a great position for an undergraduate with coursework in the geological or biological sciences looking for experience. Possibilities exist to expand some aspects of this work into a student research project.
Training will be provided!
High school diploma or GED.
Basic geologic knowledge. Attention to detail. Good communication skills. Ability to carry out tasks with minimal oversight.
15-20 hours per week.
Salary Plan: HR
Salary Grade: HR
Job Function: Temporary Hourly
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