Medical Technologist II MT - HLA LaboratoryJob ID 179746BR Date posted 06/22/2022
- Jacksonville, Florida
- Full Time
- Laboratory Medicine & Pathology
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Perform STAT and routine moderately and highly complex clinical laboratory testing on biological specimens, using both manual methods and automated analyzers. Reports valid and accurate patient results in a timely manner. Interacts with physicians, nurses and other allied health individuals in a manner which is helpful in coordinating testing, correlating results, and/or promotes understanding of test availability. Provides on-call coverage to support Transplant Services as indicated by assigned work area. Participates in the operational support activities necessary to maintain and optimize testing capabilities.
Bachelor's Degree (Medical Technology, Chemistry, Biology, and Lab Sciences) or Bachelor's degree with medical technology clinical internship is required. Medical Technologist/Medical Laboratory (American Society of Clinical Pathologists) certification or equivalent and Florida State Clinical Technologist license in the areas of chemistry, hematology, microbiology, serology, immunohematology, or histocompatability (certification by AHBI preferred and receives reciprocity as qualification for licensure in the specialty of histocompatability by the State of Florida) as appropriate to assigned work areas.Must have successfully completed an accredited Medical Laboratory Technologist/Technician program. Must be capable of producing accurate results under time constraints, multi-tasking, and performing in a fast-paced and changing environment. Must possess good communication skills and be able to work closely with others. Must be able to accommodate scheduling adjustments, off shifts, holiday, on-call, and weekend work assignments. One year of experience is preferred as appropriate to assigned work area.
Must have successfully completed an accredited Medical Laboratory Technologist/Technician program. Must be capable of producing accurate results under time constraints, multi-tasking, and performing in a fast-paced and changing environment. Must possess good communication skills and be able to work closely with others. Must be able to accommodate scheduling adjustments, off shifts, holiday, on-call, and weekend work assignments. One year of experience is preferred as appropriate to assigned work area.
Visa sponsorship not provided for this position
Medical Technologists are required to have working knowledge of methods, instrumentation, and principles of all testing as appropriate to assigned work areas based on individual departmental competency checklists. Must have adequate use of both hands and be able to work with arms above shoulder level. Must be able to distinguish color. Must be able to work irregular hours (rotating shifts, evening, and nights). Must be able to work around machinery with moving parts, work with lasers (Barcode Scanners), and clinical instrumentation. Must be ale to tolerate patient contact; be able to work with immunosuppressed patients (i.e., transplant program, Oncology). Must be able to tolerate occasional presence of chemical vapors from formaldehyde, acids (rarely), bases, and alcohols. Must be able to tolerate exposure to infection hazards: blood borne pathogens, microbiology, and fungal pathogens. Must be able to tolerate skin contact.
HLA/Tissue Typing or Blood Banking experience preferred, but not required.
License or certification
State of Florida Clinical Technologist license in the areas of chemistry, hematology, microbiology, serology, immunohematology, or histocompatibility, or as specified by the lab.
$27.67 - $41.55 / hour
Hours / Pay period
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