Chemical Laboratory Technician Salary in Washington, District of Columbia

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Average Salary for Chemical Laboratory Technician in Washington, District of Columbia

The average salary of a(n) Chemical Laboratory Technician in Washington, District of Columbia is $61,248.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Chemical Laboratory Technician in Washington, District of Columbia is $29.45.

The average bonus of a(n) Chemical Laboratory Technician in Washington, District of Columbia is $1,139.00.

Job Description:

Prepares and uses chemicals, related products, and equipment, working with chemists and chemical engineers. Performs research, development, testing, and other laboratory work. Assembles and operates new equipment to develop new products, monitors quality, and develops new techniques. Uses principles and theories of science to solve technical problems. Work is more limited in scope and more practically oriented than that of scientists. Conducts standard chemical and physical tests of solid materials, liquids, and gases, and analyzes test data for variety of purposes, such as research, product development, quality control, criminal investigation, and establishing standards. Performs quantitative and qualitative analyses to determine chemical and physical properties of experimental and developmental materials. Sets up equipment and instrumentation required for tests, research, or process control. Tests and analyzes products to determine strength, stability, purity, chemical content, and other characteristics. Tests and analyzes materials and substances, such as ores, minerals, gases, soil, water, and pollutants. Documents results of tests and analyses. May prepare chemical solutions for use in processing materials, following standardized formulas or experimental procedures. May test and analyze radioactive and biological materials, applying knowledge of radiochemical procedures, emission spectrometry, and related techniques. Less

Prepares and uses chemicals, related products, and equipment, working with chemists and chemical engineers. Performs research, development, testing, and other laboratory work. Assembles and operates new equipment to develop new products, monitors quality, and develops new techniques. Uses principles and... More

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