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Coordinates and performs the safe and successful transport of research specimens and assists department/study staff in the implementation of program policies and procedures. Carries-out special assignments or projects in addition to performing clerical responsibilities.
The incumbent works with some independence and is expected to use judgment in carrying-out duties within the framework of department/study policies and procedures.
May perform some or all of the following responsibilities:
High school graduation or GED. May require BA/BS in related field of study. Special skills and required background to be determined by each department/study where job exists. Skills generally necessary will include: organizational skills, general office skills (i.e. typing, filing, phone skills), word processing/computer skills, and written and oral communication skills. Ability to walk during most of a 8-10 hours shift required. Ability to lift up to 30 pounds is required.