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Bacteriology technicians provide technical support to biological and medical scientists, engineers and other professionals in the fields of microbiology, agriculture, animal and plant biology, environment protection, molecular biology, health sciences and resource management. As a Bacteriology Technician you conduct laboratory tests and experiments, keep detailed logs of all activities, install, maintain and calibrate laboratory and field equipment, conduct standardized biological, biochemical and microbiological tests and analyze experimental data.
A Bacteriology Technician must complete a 2 or 3 year degree program in biochemical or chemical engineering technology. Excellent analytical skills are an essential requirement for this role. You spend long hours in a laboratory conducting research, analyzing results and logging every aspect of the research they've conducted.
Prospective employers will ask you questions that are aimed at determining your analytical skills. They will want to know details of any on-the-job experience that you've had. Doing an internship under the supervision of an experienced bacteriology technician will give you valuable on the job experience. Going through bacteriology technician mock interview questions will help you get a better idea of what questions to expect at the interview so you can be more confident while replying.