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Laboratory Analyst 1

company information:

fairlife, LLC is a health and wellness dairy company that produces and markets premium-quality, value-added, great tasting milk products – from farmers who share your values – crafted into real food nutrition that provides you with the vitality you need to live a fulfilled life. fairlife, LLC’s patented cold filtration process filters milk to increase natural protein and minerals and decrease lactose and sugar. fairlife, LLC, produces fairlife ultra-filtered milk, a high protein, reduced sugar great-tasting milk for the whole family, Core Power, a high protein milkshake for athletes and fitness enthusiasts, and YUP!, a delicious line of flavored milks. For more information, visit, and

In 2012, Select Milk Producers entered into a partnership with The Coca-Cola Company to form fairlife, LLC. The Coca-Cola Company is the distribution partner for the products that fairlife, LLC, creates, market and sells. fairlife, LLC owns and operates its own state-of-the-art plant in Michigan.

job purpose:

the Laboratory analyst 1 provides key support for the Quality Department including: Environmental monitoring program; DMC, Raw milk testing, Finished Product testing, and Antibiotic testing, chemical titrations. Generate daily reports; data entry and collection; project assistance; filing; assist in conduct of audits, calibrations data collection, communicate with Departments; inventory supplies; assist in providing training for Quality, GMP, and HAACP to new employees and review with tenured employees.


  • Scaling in and Out Bulk Milk tankers
  • Collection of State Samples as needed
  • Calibration of FT120 with MMA samples
  • Sampling and testing of Raw Milk loads
  • Daily Thermometer Checks
  • Sampling and testing of Finished Product loads
  • Sampling and testing of Silo inventory at Midnight
  • Tanker Inspections
  • Chemical titrations for CIP verification
  • Data Entry into the plant computer system of Incoming and Outgoing loads
  • Communication of results to Supervisors, Receivers and Operators
  • Analyzing data and charting trends
  • Auditing and Maintaining:
    • Calibration Logs and Documentation for receiving equipment
    • Regulatory testing for antibiotic screening
  • Maintain Laboratory Work Instructions
  • Maintain Laboratory Methods Book for Lab
  • Aid to Lead Operator and Quality Supervisor for Quality issues and project follow-up.
  • Generate reports as necessary for Staff and Supervisors
  • Maintain security and confidentiality of information within the Quality Department
  • The collection and shipment of customer samples
  • Assist Shift Supervisor in Safety and First aid requirements
  • Additional tasks and/or duties as assigned by management
  • Report Concerns/Issues to Laboratory Manager

equipment operated:

  • ​Beta Lactam antibiotic testing equipment, computer, copy machine, fax machine, and calculator, microscope, block heater, Smart 6 + Oracle, Sprint Rapid Protein Analyzer, Phoenix Ash Oven, Foss analytical equipment, laboratory equipment as needed.
  • Any additional testing equipment purchased by the laboratory.


  • Analyst must have high school education/diploma or equivalent and familiarity with Access, Word, Excel, Outlook, and Power Point computer software
  • Knowledge of plant and processes
  • Able to prioritize projects and handle multiple projects at one time
  • Needs good organizational, time management, and written and verbal communication skills
  • Self-motivated, innovative, and team oriented
  • Initiate and determine possible opportunities for improvement
  • Able to work without direct supervision

reports to: Lab Manager

position location: Dexter, NM

fairlife, LLC is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, natural origin, gender, age, handicap or veteran status. All qualified applicants will be given equal opportunity. Selection decisions are based on job-related factors.

fairlife, LLC is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, natural origin, gender, age, handicap or veteran status. All qualified applicants will be given equal opportunity. Selection decisions are based on job-related factors.

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