The Lead Medical Laboratory Technician is responsible for conducting chemical analysis on lab samples from patients per provider’s requests while following protocols required by CLIA, CLSI, AAAHC, OSHA, and other JVCHC, state, or Federal regulations.
- Full-time status at 36 hours scheduled over 4 days per week
- 13 days of accrued paid time off
- 9 paid holidays
- Health insurances with employer contributions
- Associate Degree of Applied Science in Medical Laboratory Technology or Associate of Arts Degree in Medical Laboratory Technology.
- One year work experience preferred in a similar service-oriented industry.
- Two years related work experience preferred.
- Additional education may be substituted for year’s experience.
- Medical Laboratory Technician certification required, preferably ASCP.
- Responsible for daily pending labs resolution and reference lab resolution of pending test results. Notify providers of action taken.
- Review of quality control and maintenance logs for completion and trends that require further action.
- Responsible for documentation and distribution of proficiency samples for testing and collating results.
- Ensure training and competency forms for co-workers and providers are completed.
- Assist with implementation and training of new test procedures.
- Assist with daily tasks of documentation for inspections are completed, filed, and easily assessable.
- Work with Laboratory Director on quality improvement documentation, matrix, and lead improvement procedures in the daily laboratory testing.
- Conduct chemical analyses of body fluids, such as blood and urine, using microscope and automatic analyzers to detect abnormalities or diseases, and enter findings into computer.
- Perform calibrations and quality control accurately and efficiently as required. Able to evaluate calibrations and quality control results to determine the accuracy of patient results.
- Performs and reports on assigned analytical tests in a timely, efficient and accurate manner in compliance with documented laboratory procedures.
- Recognizes factors that affect measurements and results. Notifies supervisor and takes appropriate action when needed according to predetermined protocols.
- Effectively communicates with providers, supervisor or peers by providing information via telephone, in written form, e-mail, or in person.
- Sets up, adjusts, maintains and cleans medical laboratory equipment as required.
- Uses computers and computer systems (including hardware and software) to document and record data accurately and precisely.
- Follow CLIA and OSHA regulations at all times.
- Performs phlebotomy skillfully utilizing proper laboratory procedures as outlined by CLSI within minimal discomfort to the patient.
- Other duties as assigned.
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