Technical Specialist - Immunology - Feigin Center (9a - 6p)
Employment Type: Full-Time
We are searching for a Technical Specialist- Immunology – someone who works well in a fast-paced setting. In this position, you will perform specimen testing and quality assurance duties in the laboratory section of your responsibility and contributes to daily workflow. You may also participate in the lab specific projects and the training of new employees for the section.
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Responsibilities : Performs specimen testing, quality control, instrument maintenance and troubleshooting and of the associated specimen testing processes, procedures, and documentation Validates specimen identification per hospital and departmental policies and procedures and appropriateness of sample type and size; processes according to specimen handling protocols defined in standard operating procedures Manages special projects and performs tests Manages projects in collaboration with medical staff and other personnel as negotiated by Medical Director Performs and documents quality control procedures Assists with the performance of proficiency studies and surveys, ensuring that materials are processed, tested, and reported accurately; investigates problems or unacceptable results and completes necessary documentation Performs instrument function checks, calibration, maintenance, and evaluation Performs or supervises performance and documentation of scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on the instruments and equipment in the section; maintains record keeping system Participates in the teaching of other personnel; MT and MLT internship programs; participates in continuing education Demonstrates theoretical and practical knowledge of procedures and instrumentation, maintains expertise in specialty area, and exhibits enthusiasm while teaching students, new employees, and others in a clear communication style Takes inventory and orders supplies in Material Management’s system; monitors expiration dates. Assists with troubleshooting backorders and related problems Performs other essential job-related functions Performs laboratory in-charge duties on weekends and holidays in the absence of supervisorial or administrative personnel
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in clinical laboratory science, chemical, physical, or biological science required Master’s degree (or higher) in biological, chemistry, or laboratory science may substitute for one year of the required experience BB-ASCP, C-ASP, CLSP-NCA, G-ASCP, HT-ASCP, HTL-ASCP, M-ASCP, MB-ASCP, MLS-ASCP, MP-ASCP, MT-AMT, MT-ASCP, MT-NCA, or MT-STATE certification preferred One of the above certifications may substitute for one year of the required experience 3 years’ experience in a laboratory setting applicable to their area of responsibility required
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