Top Companies Hiring for Lab Assistant Jobs

Filter Companies

Showing 1-10 of 807 Companies sorted by relevancy

Hiring During COVID-19

Company Rating (3.5 +)

Global Company Size

Brigham Young University (BYU)

4.6
Global Company Size1001 to 5000 Employees
IndustryColleges & Universities
Description

Mormons looking for an education don't have to look far -- they can go to Brigham Young University (BYU), where they can get schooling based on the values of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (also known as the Mormons). Through 10 colleges, the Mormon-owned university offers bachelor's degrees in some 190 academic programs, master's in nearly 65, doctorates in another 25, and a juris doctorate. Its enrollment includes about 33,000 students, with more than 97% identifying themselves as Mormon; the student-teacher ratio is 21:1. BYU was founded in 1875 by Brigham Young, who led some 3,500 church members fleeing religious persecution to found their own settlement in Salt Lake City.

Continue reading

University of Michigan

4.5
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryColleges & Universities
Description

At Michigan, you are part of something greater, contributing to a mission of discovery and care. You are valued for your time and talent. You are supported with benefits to promote health, well-being, and balance. And you are challenged with opportunities to grow, personally and professionally. Be your best self at Michigan.

Continue reading

RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology)

4.4
LocationRochester, NY
Global Company Size1001 to 5000 Employees
IndustryColleges & Universities
Description

The Rochester Institute of Technology (RTI) uses its eight arms to squeeze an education into its students. The privately-endowed university has eight colleges focused on providing career oriented education to about 17,000 students. The school has a student-teacher ratio of about 17:1. RTI offers more than 90 bachelor's degree programs in art and design, business, engineering, science, and hotel management. RTI also confers master's and doctorate degrees. Its National Technical Institute for the Deaf is the largest (and the first) technological college for learners who suffer from hearing loss. RIT, which traces its roots back to 1829, counts among its alumni the CEOs of Kodak and The Associated Press.

Continue reading

UC Davis

4.4
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryColleges & Universities
Description

If you want to grow grapes and make wine in Napa Valley or Sonoma County, you might want to swing by the University of California, Davis (UC Davis) first. The school, one of 10 University of California campuses, offers a wide variety of agricultural programs; its Viticulture and Enology department provides professional education for aspiring winemakers. Located between Sacramento and San Francisco, UC Davis also has colleges and professional schools in biology, engineering, education, law, business, medicine, and veterinary medicine, and it is recognized for its research programs. UC Davis enrolls more than 30,000, including about 6,000 graduate students, and it has a student-faculty ratio of 16:1.

Continue reading

University of Texas at San Antonio

4.5
Global Company Size1001 to 5000 Employees
IndustryColleges & Universities
Description

The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) is a public research institution with more than 32,000 students across nine colleges and the Graduate School. It is the largest university in the San Antonio metropolitan region and is experiencing great momentum as an emerging world-class research institution. UTSA is committed to student success and research excellence and is focused on addressing the grand challenges facing today’s world. Due to this commitment and the university's dedication to strategic growth and innovative excellence, community leaders and industry professionals instinctively link UTSA to the success of San Antonio and its impact on the global economy. UTSA is a growing community. Its goal is to expand to more than 45,000 students by 2028. Yet like the community UTSA calls home, this major public university maintains a personal touch. UTSA provides a wide variety of high-quality programs and services designed to support student success and enrich students' learning and living experiences. Its diverse, multicultural community is driven by faculty and staff who are invested in helping students reach their educational, personal and professional aspirations with one-on-one interaction and personal instruction. Experiential (classroom-to-career) opportunities enhance the learning experience and open doors for students and alumni to achieve personal and professional success.

Continue reading

UT Dallas

4.3
Global Company Size1001 to 5000 Employees
IndustryColleges & Universities

University of California Berkeley

4.3
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryColleges & Universities
Description

The University of California at Berkeley has been organic from the beginning. UC Berkeley was created by the state's Organic Act of 1868, merging a private college and a land-grant institution. From modest East Bay beginnings came a world-class university that grew world-famous in the 1960s from the Free Speech Movement on campus, and for the social activism that still defines many of its students today. The 2,000 members of the faculty include eight Nobel laureates, four Pulitzer Prize winners, and 32 MacArthur Fellows (the "genius awards"). UC Berkeley, also known as Cal Berkeley, annually educates about 25,500 undergraduates and some 10,300 graduate students. Its student-teacher ratio is 15:1.

Continue reading

UCLA

4.3
Global Company Size1001 to 5000 Employees
IndustryColleges & Universities
Description

On a clear day, UCLA. That's an old joke, but the University of California, Los Angeles certainly qualifies as "old school," having been founded in 1919. With its 419-acre campus in the Westwood Village area of LA, UCLA has one of the largest enrollment of students among the UC schools, with roughly 40,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The university's one college and about a dozen professional schools offer 125 undergraduate and 200 graduate programs. Being so close to Hollywood, UCLA's film school is renowned for turning out aspiring movie directors and screenwriters. The UCLA faculty numbers more than 4,800 instructors, including five Nobel laureates. The school has a student-teacher ratio of about 18:1.

Continue reading

Purdue University

4.4
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryColleges & Universities
Description

Hail, hail to old Purdue! Purdue University enrolls about 74,000 undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education students at its flagship West Lafayette campus, four regional campuses, and College of Technology locations. The university offers undergraduate and graduate programs from about a dozen colleges, including agriculture, education, nursing, veterinary medicine, and family sciences; its College of Technology provides industrial courses (applicable towards associate's or bachelor's degrees) in conjunction with local communities throughout Indiana. The student-faculty ratio is 14:1. Purdue was founded in 1869 and named for local businessman John Purdue, who donated $150,000 toward its establishment.

Continue reading

UC San Diego

4.3
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryColleges & Universities
Description

Established in 1912 and a full university since 1961, the University of California at San Diego (UCSD) is a scientific powerhouse. Its faculty currently boasts six Nobel laureates, seven National Medal of Science winners, and seven MacArthur Fellows (the "genius awards"). The university is home to the San Diego Supercomputer Center, the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, and the UCSD Medical Center, among other research organizations. With an enrollment of some 29,000 students, UCSD has six undergraduate colleges as well as graduate and medical schools. The school is one of the ten campuses in the University of California System.

Continue reading