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Quality Lab Lead - Syracuse, NY

We are currently recruiting for Quality Lab Lead in the Syracuse, NY area Contract to direct hire position Coordinates, schedules and overseas the daily lab testing activites.
Experienced with quality testing and equipment Possible overtime on Saturdays if needed Immediate need Knowledge of testing equipment and how to maintain and calibrate Knowledge of protocols coming from national/international standards.
Proficient in Microsoft Office and specialized laboratory software.
2 year degree preferred.
Pay Rates - $22 to 24hr //// 40 plus hour work week.
Please let me know if you are interested in hearing more about these opportunities.
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