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We are searching for a Medical Technologist – someone who works well in a fast-paced setting. In this position, you’ll perform routine and special procedures to obtain data and/or prepare products for the diagnosis and treatment of disease and the provision of quality patient care.
Think you’ve got what it takes?
· Determine the suitability of specimens and orders by verifying patient demographic information and receipt documentation, as well as recognize and troubleshoot erroneous orders
· Organize and prioritize the workload so that services are provided as needed by the medical staff
· Perform routine and special procedures accurately, evaluate the results for correctness, and recognize abnormal test results and use problem-solving procedures in a timely manner
· Respond to emergency situations and STATs quickly and work collaboratively with your team
· Communicate any quality control problems as they occur and maintain proper documentation along the way
· Order supplies as needed to maintain set inventory levels and complete patient orders
· Determine the suitability of supplies from receipt to final disposition and handle unsuitable supplies
· Perform and document quality control procedures and instrument regular maintenance
· Record the temperature and function of refrigerators and freezers
· Participate in continuing education and in-service programs by attending section meetings, workshops, vendor-sponsored workshops, and seminars
· Train new employees and other staff
· Perform the assignments of “in-charge” technologist in the absence of the supervisor or technical specialist
· Analyze specimens in proficiency testing programs to validate procedural competencies by obtaining accurate results
· Bachelor’s degree in medical technology, laboratory science, chemical, physical, or biology science required
· MT-STATE, MT-AAB, MT-AMT, CLSP, IMLS, BB-ASCP, C-ASCP, H-ASCP, MLS-ASCP, MT-ASCP, M-ASCP, MB-ASCP, or MP-ASCP license required
· Ability to operate a PC, cell washers, blood analyzers, gamma cell irradiator, microscopes, centrifuges, water baths, and agglutination viewers