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Suitable jobs for experienced Trainee in High Power Laboratory?


Am 2012 passed out electrical engineer i got trained in CPRI as trainee in high power laboratory from last 8 months if any suitable job is there please inform me.




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Default Re: Suitable jobs for experienced Trainee in High Power Laboratory?

Given your experience as a trainee in a high power laboratory, here are some suitable job options you can explore:

Research Associate: You can work as a research associate involved in conducting tests, experiments and research studies under the guidance of senior scientists and researchers. Key responsibilities would include setting up equipment, collecting and analyzing samples, documenting results, assisting researchers, etc. This will allow you to further strengthen and utilize your laboratory skills.
Quality Analyst: As a quality analyst, you can evaluate quality standards and ensure compliance through audits and inspections in the laboratory. You will need to check processes, equipment, materials, staff competencies and final test results meet quality objectives. This suits well for someone with laboratory experience and an analytical mindset.
Lab Technician: You can work as a lab technician providing technical support to scientists, engineers and other professionals in the laboratory. Responsibilities would include setting up equipment, calibrating instruments, preparing samples, conducting tests, troubleshooting issues, maintaining documentation, ordering supplies, etc. This provides opportunities to work hands-on with lab equipment and techniques.
Clinical Research Coordinator: If working in a medical or healthcare laboratory, you can take on the role of a clinical research coordinator. This involves coordinating various activities during clinical research studies including scheduling, data collection, recruitment, obtaining consent, medication delivery, patient monitoring, adverse event reporting, etc. Strong organizational, interpersonal and compliance skills will be required for this position.


Assistant Lab Manager: With sufficient experience, you can progress to working as an assistant lab manager providing oversight to other technicians and coordinators. Key responsibilities would include supervising staff, ensuring quality work and safety standards, monitoring schedules and key performance indicators, resolving issues, purchasing equipment and materials, maintaining facilities, developing processes and procedures, adhering to policies, budgeting and more. This higher management role suits someone looking to take on additional leadership responsibilities.

The most suitable option for you will depend on your interests, strengths, career goals and what new opportunities the high power laboratory environment has to offer. Discuss with your mentors or managers to understand possibilities and then you can explore openings on company websites or job portals, update your resume, build relevant experience and skills to apply for promising roles that match your interests.
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