$40,000-$50,000

The positions in this list have a starting salary in this range.

Environmental Health & Safety Technician

Workers in bioscience facilities and research environments can be exposed to a variety of chemical, biological or physical hazards as they perform daily tasks. Government agencies strictly enforce regulations related to workplace safety, health...

Environmental Science and Protection Technician

Environmental science and protection technicians monitor the environment and investigate sources of pollution and contamination, including those affecting health.

Environmental science and protection technicians typically inspect...

Genomics technician

Genomics technicians use a range of technologies related to determining and comparing DNA and RNA sequences.  They isolate RNA and DNA from samples.  They construct libraries, perform quality control, carry out titrations, and work with a variety...

Microbiology Quality Control (QC) Technician

Microbial contaminants can enter a biomanufacturing production system and impact the product outcomes. Microbiology Quality Control Technicians must understand, monitor and prevent these impurities. Daily team protocols must be followed to...

Quality Assurance Specialist

Quality assurance specialists are charged with managing the system and procedures that prevent mistakes and help avoid problems.

QC technicians with a bachelor’s degree and four to six years experience can be promoted to...

Technical Services Representative

Technical service representatives assist customers with instruments or reagents that they have purchased from companies that provide scientific products or services.  

The customers they work with are in both industry or the...

Validation Specialist

Validation Specialists (also known as Validation Technicians) participate in validation, temperature mapping, and calibration activities.  They measure instrument or software performance to determine if tools are performing as described.  They...

Water Quality Technician

Water quality technicians test for microbes and chemical contaminants in recreational, potable, and waste water to determine if the water meets EPA standards. 

They follow Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). They are...