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SoCal SETAC is excited to announce that the 2022 Annual Meeting has been scheduled for Monday April 25 – Tuesday April 26, 2021. We look forward to seeing you soon!

An updated program including the Special Session themes and schedule will be announced soon on the website, please stay tuned.

  • Leslie Nanninga

Senior Biologist

City of San Diego


Senior Biologist positions coordinate, direct and supervise the work activities of a biology and/or microbiology laboratory (sections/work groups: drinking water quality sampling and microbiology, toxicology, marine biology, molecular biology, marine microbiology or reservoir biology); evaluate and rate the work performance of subordinates; advise management on technical issues relating to Drinking Water regulatory requirements, wastewater and reclaimed water regulations, microbiology, toxicology, molecular biology, bio-assessment, reservoir limnology and/or watershed management; design and coordinate special studies as needed; coordinate with other agencies on solutions to common problems and to improve procedures and interagency consistency relating to microbiology, toxicology, molecular biology, limnology, watershed management and bio-assessment; review technical publications and regulatory documents and coordinate procedural and regulatory changes; review quality assurance program data; coordinate lab permits and certifications; review and approve analytical reports prior to submission; respond to lab customer service inquiries; review and implement employee training plans; develop service level agreements and MOUs and invoice for services; assess lab cost efficiency and develop efficiency programs; review purchasing records; review and recommend program staffing and equipment needs; and prepare written reports; and perform other duties as assigned.

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Laboratory Technician - Aquatic Toxicology

Enthalpy Analytical


The Enthalpy San Diego Aquatic Toxicology Lab is currently seeking a Full-Time Laboratory Technician to join their team. Laboratory Technicians are responsible for conducting freshwater, marine, and sediment toxicity testing utilizing a variety of aquatic organisms (fish, cladocerans, sea urchins, polychaete worms, molluscs, crustacea, freshwater algae, giant kelp, etc.). Please see job posting for details. Entry level applicants welcome!

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