Analytics Technician Trainee, Surat (Evening Shift)

  • Analytics Technician Trainee, Surat (Evening Shift)

    Department: Identification     Reports to: Supervisor


    Job Role: Learn to operate advanced gemological instruments and accurately collect, assess and input data. Learn to maintain instruments to ensure that they are well serviced and are reliable.


    Essential Duties:

    Learn to collect data on gem(s) in accordance with GIA protocols using advanced gemological instruments.

    Learn to evaluate the results and know when to continue with analysis or move on to other jobs.

    Help monitor and maintain instruments to ensure high reliability and provide consistent results.

    Organize visits and contact technicians to maintain equipment annually, bi-annually, or as needed.

    Assist in keepinginstrument protocols up-to-date.

    Participate in special projects, data collection, instrument testing and document filing



    Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in Geology, Earth Sciences or related fields.

    Some technical background in instrumentation preferred.

    Graduate Gemologist and/or FGA diploma


    Description of Success Factors:

    Knowledge of Analytical Chemistry, Solid State Physics, or one of the Earth Sciences and some statistical abilities
    Become properly trained to operate standard and advanced gemological instrumentation used in gemidentification and recognize the quality of data obtained.
    Ability to get along with a diverse group of individuals.
    Able to communicate professionally (communicate respectfully, listen, articulate/explain issues, use of professional tone, know when and how communicate effectively with different types of communication tools); deals with colleagues effectively and professionally under pressure
    Ability to give as well as accept and learn from constructive criticism.
    Accurate, detail-minded and good concentration skills.
    Team-oriented (works well with others)
    Desire to continually learn new information.
    Possess basic computer skills
    Language Skills-Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
    Reasoning Ability-able to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.Knows or learns when to ask questions or seek help / assistance.


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