Responsible for operations and supervision of Lab. personnel. Accountable for keeping the Branch Manager all laboratory testing issues and needs, instrument status and content/accuracy of testing data and results.
- Coordinate and schedule lab assignments to lab technicians and supervisors – oversee all analytical testing work
- Receiving, compiling, and verifying the data resulting from lab testing. Responsible for documenting and maintaining accurate records for all customer samples.
- Analyzing and compiling quality control sample results to ensure operating efficiency of process and/ or testing equipment.
- Provide training to laboratory analysts. Act as liaison between laboratory technicians and Lab. Manager as well as between laboratory technicians and Operations.
- Preparing corrective and preventative action reports for all matters relating to QA/QC and keeping all records for review. Following up on non-conformances, investigative preventative action, and implement appropriate corrective actions.
- Responsible for achieving revenue and budget performance goals and for personnel staffing levels
- Perform other related duties as required and assigned.
- Bachelor’s Degree and 5 years of management experience in Petroleum Industry or an Associate’s Degree and/or 5+ years of experience in the Petroleum Industry.
- Strong managerial experience and interpersonal skills
- Technical and theoretical knowledge of laboratory operations.
- Ability to communicate with employees and outside consultants, executive management, and colleagues.
- Thorough understanding of safety and training issues.
- Ability to stand for long periods of time. Pass a drug and alcohol test specified by AmSpec, Pass an annual Pulmonary Fitness and Respirator Fit Test, Pass a physical examination by a physician designated by AmSpec Services, both before employment and at any time during employment upon request of AmSpec Services to confirm the employee’s ability to perform the essential job functions of the position.
- Ability to stand for extended periods and lift/carry boxes weighing up to 45lbs. Ability to work in the presence of odors, typical of petroleum or petrochemicals, without allergic reactions or nausea when such odors are within OSHA-designated permissible exposure limits (PELs).