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We are searching for a Pathology Team Leader -- someone who works well in a fast-paced setting. In this position, you will assist the department with the coordination, planning, monitoring, and performance of specimen collection, order entry, processing, and other computer and clerical functions in Pathology.
Think you’ve got what it takes?
· Performs phlebotomy and order entry procedures and directs workload among staff as needed
· Investigates, researches, troubleshoots and reconciles errors and discrepancies in phlebotomy, computer order entry and specimen processing and consistently demonstrates competent knowledge, stress management and rational judgment in analyzing and solving problems
· Monitors orders to ensure that all outpatients’ faxes, physician prescriptions/order pads, and requisitions have all required information including patient’s diagnosis, attending physician, clinic location and telephone number
· Maintains and updates the Quest catalogs for specimen requirements and processing procedures
· Assists in the review and the corrective action of Quality Control records, phlebotomy logs, bruised heel reports, and investigation of incidents in event tracking system
· Trains or assists with the training of new employees and students in all phlebotomy, specimen processing and order entry procedures
· Participates in continuing education and in-service programs by attending section meetings, managers meetings, LIS classes, workshops, and seminars; reads professional publications
· High school diploma or GED required
· Associate’s degree preferred
· PBT-ASCP from the ASCP preferred
· 3 years’ experience in a clinical laboratory as a Phlebotomist or processing technician and computer/order entry experience required
· Previous supervisory experience preferred