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      • brisbane, queensland
      • temporary
      • full-time
      Our QLD State Government client is responsible for implementing and administering a rigorous integrity framework to the industry. Due to an increase in workload, the team are recruiting a Chemist to be involved in the provision of scientific analytical services. This includes analysis of samples, participation in Research and Development activities, maintaining and operating scientific equipment and complying with the NATA accreditation requirements. Key duties: Undertake analytical activities to screen for and confirm the presence of drugs and prohibited substances in samplesPrepare scientific data associated with screening and confirmatory analysis incorporating effective LIMS and present for quality review in line with methodologyParticipate in Research and Development activities related to drug and prohibited substance isolation, detection and associated data processing system developments, within appropriate quality standard constraints.Maintain and operate scientific equipment and develop a good working knowledge of the scientific principles that relate to analytical methods and proceduresComply with NATA/ISO 17025 accreditation requirements, including quality control procedures, assisting with preparation of procedures, completion of relevant statistics and ensuring that the samples meet forensic requirements.Assist with the implementation of new testing instrumentation and methods where required.The successful candidate will: Recently completed tertiary qualification in ChemistryDemonstrated analytical and deductive skills combined with a theoretical understanding required to extract substances from biological matricesDesired – Laboratory based experience with small molecules from blood or urine samples It is expected that the successful candidate will possess strong oral/written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will display initiative, attention to detail, and have the ability to work autonomously and unsupervised whilst contributing to the wider team's objectives. When applying, please submit a resume and covering letter outlining relevant experience as part of your application. Word format is preferred. For a confidential discussion, please do not hesitate to contact Clarissa Anderson on (07) 3031 3212 or email clarissa.anderson@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our QLD State Government client is responsible for implementing and administering a rigorous integrity framework to the industry. Due to an increase in workload, the team are recruiting a Chemist to be involved in the provision of scientific analytical services. This includes analysis of samples, participation in Research and Development activities, maintaining and operating scientific equipment and complying with the NATA accreditation requirements. Key duties: Undertake analytical activities to screen for and confirm the presence of drugs and prohibited substances in samplesPrepare scientific data associated with screening and confirmatory analysis incorporating effective LIMS and present for quality review in line with methodologyParticipate in Research and Development activities related to drug and prohibited substance isolation, detection and associated data processing system developments, within appropriate quality standard constraints.Maintain and operate scientific equipment and develop a good working knowledge of the scientific principles that relate to analytical methods and proceduresComply with NATA/ISO 17025 accreditation requirements, including quality control procedures, assisting with preparation of procedures, completion of relevant statistics and ensuring that the samples meet forensic requirements.Assist with the implementation of new testing instrumentation and methods where required.The successful candidate will: Recently completed tertiary qualification in ChemistryDemonstrated analytical and deductive skills combined with a theoretical understanding required to extract substances from biological matricesDesired – Laboratory based experience with small molecules from blood or urine samples It is expected that the successful candidate will possess strong oral/written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will display initiative, attention to detail, and have the ability to work autonomously and unsupervised whilst contributing to the wider team's objectives. When applying, please submit a resume and covering letter outlining relevant experience as part of your application. Word format is preferred. For a confidential discussion, please do not hesitate to contact Clarissa Anderson on (07) 3031 3212 or email clarissa.anderson@randstad.com.au At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • contract
      • full-time
      Our QLD State Government client is responsible for implementing and administering a rigorous integrity framework to the industry. Due to an increase in workload, the Sample Management Team is seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated Senior Laboratory Assistant to join on an initial contract basis. The role will be responsible for anti-doping analyses involving a wide range of matrices. Duties:Performing a wide range of sample receipt procedures, processing and recording data, as well as recognising trends and non-compliances in the packaging of the samplesPreparing and grouping samples for testing in the laboratory, while maintaining sample integrity and full traceability. This will include the preparation of aliquots of any samples receivedMaintaining the "Standard Operating Procedures" and proposing changes & improvements to the SOPs and/or the scope of the work instruction used within SMTComplying with quality and safety procedures, including hazard disposal and PPE The candidate:Relevant qualifications in Chemistry and/or laboratory science or related fieldExperience with laboratory quality management systems and the requirements of NATA accreditation Previous experience working in a high-throughput laboratory environmentExceptional time management and organisational skillsThe ability to learn procedures quickly and thrive under pressureA commitment to Workplace Health & Safety It is expected that the successful candidate will possess strong oral/written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will display initiative, attention to detail, and have the ability to work autonomously and unsupervised whilst contributing to the wider team's objectives. How to Apply:If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your resume. If you have any queries then please contact Clarissa Anderson on (07) 3031 3212 or clarissa.anderson@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our QLD State Government client is responsible for implementing and administering a rigorous integrity framework to the industry. Due to an increase in workload, the Sample Management Team is seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated Senior Laboratory Assistant to join on an initial contract basis. The role will be responsible for anti-doping analyses involving a wide range of matrices. Duties:Performing a wide range of sample receipt procedures, processing and recording data, as well as recognising trends and non-compliances in the packaging of the samplesPreparing and grouping samples for testing in the laboratory, while maintaining sample integrity and full traceability. This will include the preparation of aliquots of any samples receivedMaintaining the "Standard Operating Procedures" and proposing changes & improvements to the SOPs and/or the scope of the work instruction used within SMTComplying with quality and safety procedures, including hazard disposal and PPE The candidate:Relevant qualifications in Chemistry and/or laboratory science or related fieldExperience with laboratory quality management systems and the requirements of NATA accreditation Previous experience working in a high-throughput laboratory environmentExceptional time management and organisational skillsThe ability to learn procedures quickly and thrive under pressureA commitment to Workplace Health & Safety It is expected that the successful candidate will possess strong oral/written communication, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will display initiative, attention to detail, and have the ability to work autonomously and unsupervised whilst contributing to the wider team's objectives. How to Apply:If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your resume. If you have any queries then please contact Clarissa Anderson on (07) 3031 3212 or clarissa.anderson@randstad.com.auAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • brisbane, queensland
      • permanent
      • AU$112,502 - AU$120,470, per year, Total Remuneration $128,356 to $137,446
      • full-time
      Randstad is proud to partner with the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission to recruit a Principal Chemist for a permanent position in the organisation. QRIC provides authoritative advice on all functions for racing integrity to the Queensland Government, and to the relevant stakeholders and participants in the Queensland racing industry.The Principal Chemist (Operations) reports to QRIC’s Director - Analytical Services Unit (ASU) and is a key member of the Analytical Services Unit management team.This role is responsible for managing the Operations section of the NATA accredited Racing Science Centre laboratory. The Principal Chemist leads a team of 10 analytical chemists with a wide range of experience and organizational responsibilities, who analyse greyhound and equine samples for the presence of substances that are classified as prohibited under the relevant Harness, Thoroughbred, and/or Greyhound Rules of Racing.Key duties:In conjunction with the Director - ASU, effectively manage and coordinate the daily routine operations of the Analytical Services Unit to ensure that the racing chemistry and analytical services provided by the Racing Science Centre meet the requirements of the Queensland racing industry, the rules of racing across all racing codes and the Racing Integrity Act 2016.Utilise the scientific knowledge gained during post-graduate study and work experience to provide leadership, guidance and supervision to staff and undertake complex analytical activities for screening and confirming the presence of prohibited and other regulated substances in various matrices using, but not limited to, advanced techniques that include chromatography and mass spectrometry.Comply with NATA/ISO17025 accreditation requirements including performing quality control procedures, preparation of procedure manuals, and completion of relevant statistics and ensuring that the biological and legal integrity of samples and analytical data generated achieves forensic requirements.Contribute to the development and ongoing improvement of testing methodologies for a range of compounds. In conjunction with the Director- ASU, assist where required in the effective planning, acquisition, operation and maintenance of laboratory infrastructure, instrumentation and equipment to ensure service delivery requirements and key performance indicators are met. Actively lead and participate in a team environment and contribute to a positive culture, where team members enjoy coming to work, and understand the contributions their role plays in the success of business outcomes.Contribute to the safety culture of QRIC by reporting all incidents and hazards and ensuring work is undertaken in the safest way possible, following all WHS legislation, policies/procedures and guidelines relevant to the job.Demonstrate ethical behaviour and integrity as required by the Public Sector Ethics Act 1994 and the Code of Conduct for the Queensland Public Service. The successful candidate will:Possess a minimum requirement of a post-graduate degree in ChemistryProven track-record in the hands-on application of a high-level of scientific knowledge in the context of canine and/or equine prohibited substances testingHave relevant experience and a thorough understanding of how an anti-doping laboratory functions and how the Rules of Racing are appliedIn-depth knowledge of both the theoretical and practical aspects involved in extraction of small molecules from blood or urine samples How to Apply:To apply for this role, you will need to submit the following:Your current resume detailing your previous work experience including two referees who have personally observed you displaying the success capabilities required for this role.A description of two activities that you have been involved with that can demonstrate that you possess the success capabilities mentioned above.Outline how you can demonstrate that you possess these key capabilities outlined in the Workforce Capability Success Profile framework and competencies To view the position description: PO5 Principal Chemist or visit shorturl.at/glHUV Workforce Capability Success Profile framework and competenciesVision:Able to describe how their work, and the work of their team, contributes to organisational objectivesConsiders wider organisational objectives when making decisions and going about their workCan comfortably handle risk and uncertainty and has a balanced approach to managing conflicting demandsAssists the team to adapt to a changing environmentEncourages a strong customer-focus and builds understanding of customer perspectives within their teamIdentifies and implements improved ways of doing things Results:Organises the team to deliver the required work programWritten and verbal communication is clear and conciseBuilds team capability and takes responsibility for team developmentMotivates individuals and creates a climate in which people want to do their best and builds a cohesive and supportive team environment Accountability Models professional and ethical behaviourDisplays rigour in adviceApplies business management skillsCommits to personal development Submissions for this role will close on Wednesday 6th October. Additional information:The position has a minimum requirement of a Master’s degree in Chemistry and a proven track-record in the application of high-level scientific knowledge in a practical context. May be required to work on weekends and extended hours when reasonably required.Interstate and Intrastate travel may be a requirementCandidates will be subject to a criminal history check and/or probity check during the selection process. The recommended applicant will be required to disclose any previous serious disciplinary action.Employees of the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission will be required to sign a conflict of interest form. You may be precluded from consideration for this position if any private interest or relationship constitutes a conflict of interest under the Conflict of Interest Policy, guidelines and procedures that cannot be reasonably managed.Employees of the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission are precluded from betting on all sporting events within Australia throughout the period of their employment. If you have any queries, please contact Clarissa Anderson on (07) 3031 3212 for a confidential discussion. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Randstad is proud to partner with the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission to recruit a Principal Chemist for a permanent position in the organisation. QRIC provides authoritative advice on all functions for racing integrity to the Queensland Government, and to the relevant stakeholders and participants in the Queensland racing industry.The Principal Chemist (Operations) reports to QRIC’s Director - Analytical Services Unit (ASU) and is a key member of the Analytical Services Unit management team.This role is responsible for managing the Operations section of the NATA accredited Racing Science Centre laboratory. The Principal Chemist leads a team of 10 analytical chemists with a wide range of experience and organizational responsibilities, who analyse greyhound and equine samples for the presence of substances that are classified as prohibited under the relevant Harness, Thoroughbred, and/or Greyhound Rules of Racing.Key duties:In conjunction with the Director - ASU, effectively manage and coordinate the daily routine operations of the Analytical Services Unit to ensure that the racing chemistry and analytical services provided by the Racing Science Centre meet the requirements of the Queensland racing industry, the rules of racing across all racing codes and the Racing Integrity Act 2016.Utilise the scientific knowledge gained during post-graduate study and work experience to provide leadership, guidance and supervision to staff and undertake complex analytical activities for screening and confirming the presence of prohibited and other regulated substances in various matrices using, but not limited to, advanced techniques that include chromatography and mass spectrometry.Comply with NATA/ISO17025 accreditation requirements including performing quality control procedures, preparation of procedure manuals, and completion of relevant statistics and ensuring that the biological and legal integrity of samples and analytical data generated achieves forensic requirements.Contribute to the development and ongoing improvement of testing methodologies for a range of compounds. In conjunction with the Director- ASU, assist where required in the effective planning, acquisition, operation and maintenance of laboratory infrastructure, instrumentation and equipment to ensure service delivery requirements and key performance indicators are met. Actively lead and participate in a team environment and contribute to a positive culture, where team members enjoy coming to work, and understand the contributions their role plays in the success of business outcomes.Contribute to the safety culture of QRIC by reporting all incidents and hazards and ensuring work is undertaken in the safest way possible, following all WHS legislation, policies/procedures and guidelines relevant to the job.Demonstrate ethical behaviour and integrity as required by the Public Sector Ethics Act 1994 and the Code of Conduct for the Queensland Public Service. The successful candidate will:Possess a minimum requirement of a post-graduate degree in ChemistryProven track-record in the hands-on application of a high-level of scientific knowledge in the context of canine and/or equine prohibited substances testingHave relevant experience and a thorough understanding of how an anti-doping laboratory functions and how the Rules of Racing are appliedIn-depth knowledge of both the theoretical and practical aspects involved in extraction of small molecules from blood or urine samples How to Apply:To apply for this role, you will need to submit the following:Your current resume detailing your previous work experience including two referees who have personally observed you displaying the success capabilities required for this role.A description of two activities that you have been involved with that can demonstrate that you possess the success capabilities mentioned above.Outline how you can demonstrate that you possess these key capabilities outlined in the Workforce Capability Success Profile framework and competencies To view the position description: PO5 Principal Chemist or visit shorturl.at/glHUV Workforce Capability Success Profile framework and competenciesVision:Able to describe how their work, and the work of their team, contributes to organisational objectivesConsiders wider organisational objectives when making decisions and going about their workCan comfortably handle risk and uncertainty and has a balanced approach to managing conflicting demandsAssists the team to adapt to a changing environmentEncourages a strong customer-focus and builds understanding of customer perspectives within their teamIdentifies and implements improved ways of doing things Results:Organises the team to deliver the required work programWritten and verbal communication is clear and conciseBuilds team capability and takes responsibility for team developmentMotivates individuals and creates a climate in which people want to do their best and builds a cohesive and supportive team environment Accountability Models professional and ethical behaviourDisplays rigour in adviceApplies business management skillsCommits to personal development Submissions for this role will close on Wednesday 6th October. Additional information:The position has a minimum requirement of a Master’s degree in Chemistry and a proven track-record in the application of high-level scientific knowledge in a practical context. May be required to work on weekends and extended hours when reasonably required.Interstate and Intrastate travel may be a requirementCandidates will be subject to a criminal history check and/or probity check during the selection process. The recommended applicant will be required to disclose any previous serious disciplinary action.Employees of the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission will be required to sign a conflict of interest form. You may be precluded from consideration for this position if any private interest or relationship constitutes a conflict of interest under the Conflict of Interest Policy, guidelines and procedures that cannot be reasonably managed.Employees of the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission are precluded from betting on all sporting events within Australia throughout the period of their employment. If you have any queries, please contact Clarissa Anderson on (07) 3031 3212 for a confidential discussion. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      • cleveland, queensland
      • temporary
      • AU$25 - AU$27 per week
      • full-time
      Our Client base prides themselves on their quality products and is looking for someone with the passion to uphold these values. The culture is friendly, inclusive, fun and very diverse making it an ideal workplace for all. This role will be based across two locations, in the Redlands and Sunshine coast. Daily tasks include:Plant tissue culture: regeneration, micropropagationCreating new plants through cuttingsMonitoring plant growthReporting and testing on plants and cuttingsEnsuring high quality processes for optimum production Experience:Experience working in a Plant Tissue Culture laboratory or equivalent laboratory.Software and Systems: Ability to use Microsoft Excel and Word for basic data recording and reporting purposes. ImportantCertificates/Licences: First Aid Level 2 certification and full driver’s license preferable UsefulAbility to Train Others: Be able to demonstrate the capacity to guide and coach others in standard procedures and operating instructions. ImportantTeam Oriented: Work well in a team environment utilising team and individual strengths and capabilities to improve performance and efficiency output. ImportantCommunication Skills: Be able to communicate clearly and succinctly with others including in the delivery of written communication.ImportantAttention to Detail and accuracy: Ability to achieve a consistent quality standard of work applying adequate levels of accuracy and thoroughness incarrying out work tasks and processes.If you believe you are suitable for this position please hit APPLY! Please note, only successful candidates will be contacted.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
      Our Client base prides themselves on their quality products and is looking for someone with the passion to uphold these values. The culture is friendly, inclusive, fun and very diverse making it an ideal workplace for all. This role will be based across two locations, in the Redlands and Sunshine coast. Daily tasks include:Plant tissue culture: regeneration, micropropagationCreating new plants through cuttingsMonitoring plant growthReporting and testing on plants and cuttingsEnsuring high quality processes for optimum production Experience:Experience working in a Plant Tissue Culture laboratory or equivalent laboratory.Software and Systems: Ability to use Microsoft Excel and Word for basic data recording and reporting purposes. ImportantCertificates/Licences: First Aid Level 2 certification and full driver’s license preferable UsefulAbility to Train Others: Be able to demonstrate the capacity to guide and coach others in standard procedures and operating instructions. ImportantTeam Oriented: Work well in a team environment utilising team and individual strengths and capabilities to improve performance and efficiency output. ImportantCommunication Skills: Be able to communicate clearly and succinctly with others including in the delivery of written communication.ImportantAttention to Detail and accuracy: Ability to achieve a consistent quality standard of work applying adequate levels of accuracy and thoroughness incarrying out work tasks and processes.If you believe you are suitable for this position please hit APPLY! Please note, only successful candidates will be contacted.At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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