AHMC Healthcare

Clinical Laboratory Scientist III

Posted Date 2 months ago(5/9/2024 7:59 PM)
Requisition ID
req22421
Facility
San Gabriel Valley Medical Center
# of Openings
1
Shift
Nights
Category
Laboratory
Position Type
PerDiem

Overview

Under general supervision and medical direction, ensures prompt, efficient and accurate performance of laboratory testing services within assigned laboratory section. Responsible for one department /shift of the laboratory. Directs activity and reporting of test results performed by non-licensed personnel. Is capable of performing all the duties of a Medical Technologist II. Consults personnel for technical errors in the department/shift he/she is responsible for.

Responsibilities

• Analyze clinical laboratory specimens following the standard methods and procedures.
• Perform tests calibrations and runs Quality Control materials at appropriate intervals, and evaluate results to decide whether tests should be reported.
• Determines the acceptability of specimens for testing according to established criteria.
• Evaluates the acceptability of analysis prior to releasing patient results.
• Responsible for scheduled preventative maintenance and laboratory equipment calibration.
• Accurately performs and record proficiency testing
• Review monthly QC and Levy Jennings as applicable.
• Review monthly log sheets results as applicable.
• Perform and review bi-annual correlation and linearity as applicable.
• Review and revise/update policy and procedures annually and/or as needed.
• Inventory of supply and reagent of the department.
• Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Education/Training/Experience

 

Six years experience as a Clinical Laboratory Technologist preferred

Three years hospital Blood Bank experience preferred

Previous supervisory experience preferred

Six Months of hospital Microbiology experience required (for those specializing in Micro)

 

Licenses/Certifications

Current CA License as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist

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