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B. Management of Biology Stockroom
Bl. Organize and maintain records of chemicals, supplies, materials and equipment. Ensure receipt and file current Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).
B2. Maintain inventory of current and future laboratory equipment.
B3. Monitor and reorder chemicals and expendable laboratory materials when stock is low.
B4. Keep records of expenditures for each course/laboratory taught. Prepare written report at conclusion of each academic year for department co-chairs.
B5. Maintain basic inventory of supplies, chemicals and growth media.
B6. Complete and submit required forms to the federal government for renewal of permits to purchase and issue alcohol.
B7. Dispense supplies, solutions, chemicals and equipment.
B8. Interview and recommend for hire student employees to work in Stockroom. Train and establish work schedules; evaluate work for correctness and completion.
C. Responsibilities for Handling and Disposal of Hazardous Waste
Cl. Independently or, when needed, consult with Environmental Health & Safety Officer and ensure the proper handling, storage, removal and disposal of hazardous waste materials.
C2. Maintain appropriate inventory records for the handling of hazardous materials.
C Preventive Maintenance and Supply of Laboratory Equipment.
C1. Perform simple minor equipment lab equipment repairs and routine preventive maintenance on laboratory equipment.
C2. Coordinate repair of laboratory equipment with university personnel or for more specialized repairs coordinate repair with outside agencies.
A. Management of Departmental Budget and Purchasing Functions for Laboratory Supplies and Equipment.
Al. Consult with the department chair(s) regarding stockroom operations, inventory levels, supply needs and budget. A2. Determine inventory levels and re-order supplies when necessary.
A3. Prepare purchase orders and associated paperwork for supplies and equipment.
A4. Maintain records of requisitions, purchase orders, invoices and billings. Expedite orders.
A5. Inspect all materials and equipment received for correctness, specifications and charges. Resolve discrepancies. A6. Pick up and deliver supplies and live animals (fish) purchased from local vendors as needed.
A7. Prepare and arrange shipment of items for return to vendor.
A8. Arrange field trip transportation; contact bus company to set up departure/arrival schedules; prepare all necessary paperwork.
A9. Monitor and reconcile monthly budget printouts to determine appropriate charges. Take action to correct discrepancies.
Al0. Meet periodically (at least monthly) with the chair(s) for the purpose of updating on-budget expenditure and status.
E. Miscellaneous Duties
E1. Clean out cadaver tanks. Add alcohol solution for the preservation of cadavers.
E2. Notify Facilities Management of necessary building repairs; prepare work orders if required.
E3. Determine need for and schedule maintenance of the departmental van.
E4. Other duties as assigned by chair(s).
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