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Dycon provides Biomedical Research, Operational and Program Management support to the Department of Defense, Government and Municipal customers.
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Job Title: GC/MS & MS/MS Operator Work Location: Edison, New Jersey
BS in Physical sciences and 3-8 years of EPA sampling and analyses experience using GC/MS for the analysis of Volatile organic compounds in Liquids and air samples. (EPA Methods 8260, TO-14 and TO-15) Must have both hands on analysis, trouble shooting and maintenance experience with GC’s and Mass Spectrometers. Must be able to travel at least 25% of the time sometimes with little notice. Must be able to work both independently and as part of a larger team. Must have excellent Communications skills both Verbal and written.
Must be able to pass and maintain a DOT Physical Exam with drug test
Must be able to pass and maintain a Government Background Investigation
Must be able to work independently and as a team member
Must be able to lift in excess of 50 lbs
Be able to stand for long periods of time
Be able/willing to travel to job sites throughout the United States and occassionally on short notice
Advanced degree in Chemistry, 40 Hour HAZwoper training, Experience with Triple Stage Quadrupole Mass spectrometers operated in the (MS/MS) mode, Extensive EPA analyses background, NELAC certification experience.
Duties will include:
Provide analyses of Air samples supporting Vapor Intrusion studies for the EPA using a Mobile platform (Bus) deployed to sites. And provide emergency responses will be utilizing three Instruments a triple stage quadrupole Mass Spectrometer operated in the (MS/MS) mode directly sampling air, a GC/MS sampling Tedlar bags and a Fixed Gas GC. In addition, will perform R&D studies to enhance the capabilities of the mobile facility in support of EPA superfund analyses.
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