ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST - PATHOLOGY SUPPORT - NIGHT SHIFT Req #:202962Department:ANATOMIC PATHOLOGYJob Location: UW Medical Center - Montlake Job Location Detail:UW MEDICAL CENTER - MONTLAKE Posting Date:05/04/2022 Closing Info:Open Until Filled Salary: $3,644.00 TO $5,217.00 OR $4,231.00 TO $6,058.00 PER MONTH Union Position:YesShift:Permanent Night Shift Notes:SCHEDULE/SHIFT:
•8.5 hours shift between 3pm and 8am (for example 3pm-1130pm, 8pm to 430am, MN-830am)
•Sunday to Thursday or Monday to Friday
As an employee you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs. For detailed information on Benefits for this position, click here.
Join our award-winning team at UW Medical Center - Montlake
. Among the top medical centers in the United States as rated by U.S. News & World Report 2019-2020 "America's Best Hospitals", UW Medical Center - Montlake prides itself on compassionate patient care as well as its pioneering medical advances. UW Medical Center - Montlake has again earned U.S. News & World Report’s No. 1 hospital ranking in Washington State and in the Seattle metropolitan area. It is the seventh consecutive year that UW Medical Center - Montlake has achieved both distinctions.Excellence. Exploration. Education.
Become part of our team, and join our mission to make life healthier for everyone in our community.UW MEDICAL CENTER - MONTLAKE PATHOLOGY SUPPORT
has an outstanding opportunity for a NIGHT SHIFT ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST/TRAINEE at UW MEDICAL CENTER - MONTLAKERESPONSIBILITIES:
The ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY TECHNICIAN/TRAINEE
will: Cut and embed various types of biopsy and surgical tissues
Perform simple immunohistochemistry procedures
Perform special stains via automated stainer and or manual staining
Prepare laboratory solutions as needed in procedures
Assist in Fine Needle Aspiration collection
Use, care, and maintain histology instruments
Adhere to quality control and quality assurance requirements and perform low to medium complexity research projects
Independently monitor reagent use and prepare appropriate volumes needed, record daily instrument temperatures and perform preventative maintenance on instruments according to prescribed protocols
Successfully navigate the network computer to accession clinical and research cases, order simple lab tests, review work lists and provide case status to inquiring pathologists and clinicians
ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY TECHNICIAN TRAINEE
High school graduation AND 6 semester hours (9 quarter hours) of biological and physical science
ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY TECHNICIAN
Certified, or certified within two years from the date of hire, at the Technician level by a nationally recognized certifying agency such as the American Society of Clinical Pathologists, the American Society of Clinical Laboratory Scientists or the Microscopy Society of America, or:
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