Laboratory Medicine & Pathology
Manages the technical operation of one or more of the laboratory sub-departments, (Hematology, Chemistry, Urinalysis, Microbiology, and Blood Bank. Performs and reports laboratory procedures in an accurate and timely manner.
Will serve as a mentor on routine departmental responsibilities. Participates in process improvement and quality assurance activities. Assists with the acquisition and validation of new tests and instrumentation. Monitors other staff time and attendance. Supports the management and development of staff including competency assessment, training and day-to-day bench assignments. Collaborates in creating and editing departmental procedures documents. Assists with oversight in regulatory compliance and departmental inspection requirements. Completes special projects as assigned by the laboratory consultant, director, administrator, operations manager and/or supervisor.
Degree in Medical Technology or related field. Medical Technologist/Medical Laboratory Technician (American Society of Clinical Pathologists) certification or the equivalent. Florida State Clinical Technologist license in the areas of Chemistry and/or Hematology and/or Microbiology and Serology, and/or Immunohematology. State of Florida Laboratory Supervisor's license preferred. Minimum three years experience as a Medical Technologist.
See specific medical technologist job descriptions for technical job knowledge requirements for each sub-department of the lab. Must be able to stand for up to half of the workday. Must have adequate use of both hands, and be able to work with arms above shoulder level. Must be able to distinguish color. See attached for more detailed information.
Capable of performing under time constraints, multi-tasking, and working in a fast-paced and changing environment. Helps maintain positivity in the work environment. Demonstrates good communication skills and is able to work closely with others and/or independently at a fast pace. Communicates effectively with a wide variety of customers, as well as internal and external resources. Experience with operation and troubleshooting of Flow Cytometry immunophenotyping instrumentation, analysis software and multi-colored assays. Experience within inventory management including maintaining supply levels strongly preferred. Excellent document management skills strongly preferred.
License or certification
Florida State Clinical Technologist license in the areas of Chemistry and/or Hematology and/or Microbiology and Serology, and/or Immunohematology
Education, experience and tenure may be considered along with internal equity when job offers are extended. The minimum pay rate is $26.35 per hour.
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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