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Laboratory Technician (Part-Time)
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Life Science


Support Functions


Entry level

Applications are considered on a rolling basis

Location: Stockholm

Workspace type: On-site

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Contact Person
Xiang Jiao

Job Description

We are looking for a responsible and talented laboratory technician to join our team and assist the scientists to make the lab work as efficient and effective as possible. You will work with managing lab supplies, preparing reagents, processing samples, and keeping documentations. The successful candidate will have confidence in lab-related tasks and desire to be part of a rapidly evolving multi-disciplinary organization, which requires real-time communication, flexibility, and willingness to learn new techniques. The position is planned to start with approx. 50% activity and has the potential to be extended to full-time employment.


  • Preparing chemical reagents for various experiments.
  • Managing lab inventory for reagents and consumables.
  • Following good laboratory practices, including keeping complete and accurate laboratory documentation.
  • Assisting with procurement of lab supplies and logistics.
  • Maintaining laboratory instrument.
Skills & Requirements
  • BSc or MSc in Biology, Chemistry, or similar field with 2+ years of hands-on experience in a molecular biology-related laboratory.
  • Proficiency in commonly used software e.g., Microsoft Office.
  • Independence in carrying out lab-related tasks and good prioritization skills.
  • Good analytical skills and attention to detail.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.
  • Experience in procurement and/or quality assurance is a plus.
About the company

Founded in 2014, Single Technologies is a Stockholm-based deep tech company aiming to transform the data generation in sequencing completely through our patented 3-D sequencing, a truly disruptive technology. Our strong multidisciplinary team is pushing the limits of what the industry assumes is possible when it comes to sequencing and Big Data generation.

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