Medical Laboratory Technician
As a Medical Lab Technician, your strong analysis and reporting skills ensure quality, accurate results and important observations while working with specimens.
STATUS: Full Time
LOCATION: 160 Elmgrove rd
Excellent communication and evaluation skills
Exceptional documentation skills and attention to detail
NYS License as Clinical Laboratory Technician required
Analysis & Reporting. Perform precise specimen analysis and report results accurately, following established procedures; recognize deviation from expected results, analyze and correct problems using scientific principles; complete QC Action Logs, preventative maintenance logs and pending lists daily
Training & Development. Assist with training new personnel on responsibilities in the laboratory; evaluate progress of training; make recommendations for training methods and content
Evaluation. Continuously assess work processes and make suggestions for improved work methods and ways to increase efficiency, reduce costs and solve operational problems; monitor departmental reagent inventories
AAS/Medical Laboratory Technician or AAS in a related Science and/or equivalent relevant experience as recognized by New York State Department of Education for certification as a Clinical Laboratory Technician. (NYS Dept of Education, Education Law, Title 8, Article 165, sub-parts 79-15; 9/23/8).
Previous experience in a Clinical or Pathology Laboratory a benefit, but not required.
New York State Department of Education License or Limited Permit as a Clinical Laboratory Technician.
Certification by ASCP preferred, but not required
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS M - Medium Work - Exerting 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently, and/or greater than negligible up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects; Requires frequent walking, standing or squatting.