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We are searching for a Technical Supervisor -- someone who works well in a fast-paced setting. In this position, you will provide effective guidance and operation of the laboratory in compliance with departmental and institutional goals. This role coordinates technical procedures to ensure that high quality laboratory services and testing are provided to patients in a timely and cost-effective manner. You will also provide operational leadership to the staff within the lab via direct supervision.
Think you’ve got what it takes?
- Collaborates on the performance of routine and complex procedures
- In compliance with CAP regulations, ensures data integrity of reports (including paper and video displays) to all viewing and reporting systems throughout the IDS
- Works with the manager to develop and maintain a quality program for Hematology/Coagulation to include setting quality control performance policies, calibration/calibration verification review of quality assurance data, and equipment
- In collaboration with the manager develops and maintains a competency assessment program in compliance with the department’s quality assurance program
- Maintains integrity of system, file maintenance, report, label, and collection list printing as related to assignments and requirements for section/shift
- Develops competency and training tools (checklists, training documents; competency checklists, competency exams) for hematology/coagulation procedures
- Assists the Manager and Medical Director in the planning and implementation of a training program for new employees and for the retraining, or initial training of existing staff in the event of the introduction of new policies and procedures and/or equipment to ensure competency and compliance in the provision of services
- Monitors supply expenses and usage of consumables to stay within budget
- Provides operational leadership to the staff within the lab via direct supervision
- Being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 is required for all employees unless approved for a medical or religious exemption
- Bachelor’s degree required
- One or more of the following certifications is required: BB-ASCP, C-ASCP, CG-ASCP, CLSP-NCA, H-ASCP, HLT, M-ASCP, MB-ASCP, MLS0ASCP, MP-ASCP, MT-AMT, MT-ASCP, SBB-ASCP, SC-ASCP, or Med Tech certification from any state
- 4 years’ experience in a laboratory setting, one of which is in the area of specialization required
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