ANALYTICAL SPECIALIST (1st Shift)
Administer and coordinate technical activities in a specific segment of the Clinical Laboratories. These may include the Blood Bank, Blood Gas, Clinical Chemistry, Clinical Hematology, and Clinical Microbiology, Clinical Pediatrics and Stat Laboratories. Outreach services to ensure effective technical operation of the unit.
- Administer and coordinate the technical activities of personnel in a specific segment of the Clinical Laboratories to ensure effective technical operation of the unit in accordance with established practices; perform specialized procedures requiring advanced skill and theoretical knowledge.
- Develop and implement quality control programs to ensure reliability of testing procedures, proper function of laboratory equipment and compliance with federal regulations; prepare and maintain related records.
- Conduct proficiency evaluations of laboratory operations through preparation and distribution of unknown specimens or samples and evaluating the accuracy of solicited results.
- Assist in the development and implementation of testing methods, techniques and procedures for laboratory application; set up and evaluate new laboratory equipment and make recommendations accordingly; standardize laboratory solutions and develop reagents used in diagnostic work.
- Provide technical guidance and instruction to personnel in routine and advanced laboratory techniques; conduct formal training programs and workshops for medical technology students, faculty, staff and other interested personnel.
- Assist in planning and scheduling work for personnel ensuring proper distribution of assignments and adequate staffing, space and facilities for subsequent performance of duties.
- Prepare reports and analyses setting forth progress, adverse trends and appropriate recommendations or conclusions.
- Assist in the development and implementation of a comprehensive marketing plan that achieves laboratory budget volumes.
Bachelor's degree in Medical Technology or related field.
Three to five years of laboratory experience required to gain specific knowledge of routine and specialized procedures and tests in specified area of specialty (e.g., Serology, Special Hematology, Anaerobic Bacteriology).
Degrees, Licensure, and/or Certification
Certification in Medical Technology by a nationally recognized agency/board and/or in the specialized field of the assigned Lab. Assignment in Transfusion Service requires certification as Specialist in Blood Banking (SBB).
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Working knowledge of routine and specialized procedures and tests in specified area of specialty (e.g. Serology, Special Hematology, Anaerobic Bacteriology, Blood Banking)
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