Clinical Lab Scientist
Posted: November 25, 2016
Reference ID: 218773524
We're looking for experienced bay area candidates for the role of Clinical Laboratory Scientist!
The successful candidate will be responsible for:
Performing quality control and verifying that the controls are in range, while reporting discrepancies to a Senior, Reference, or Supervising Clinical Laboratory Scientist.
Calibrates assays where the calibration is part of each run.
Reviews results for accuracy and precision; repeating tests or performing confirmatory tests as appropriate.
Follows procedures while performing duties, referring questions and issues falling outside of established policies/procedures to appropriate senior staff.
Maintains supply inventory, reporting when the last (or second to the last) reagent kit or package is used.
Performs routine, regularly scheduled instrument maintenance, calibration, standardization and adjustment. Reports instrument malfunctions to senior staff. May perform simple troubleshooting.
Performs all duties in compliance with all local, State and federal regulatory agency requirements. Complies with hospital safety policies and procedures.
Interacts constructively, and positively and professionally with co-workers, management, faculty, students, hospital staff and outside clients, patients' physicians and vendors in order to support a collaborative, team oriented, customer focused laboratory environment.
Clinical Laboratory Scientist must have the following requirements:
Must have a valid California CLS license
Experience in Coagulation highly desirable
Must have good Interpersonal and language skills necessary in order to communicate effectively with physicians, nursing personnel, colleagues, both written and verbal.
Reporting Relationships: Reports to the Supervisor, Clinical Laboratory Scientist of the assigned section(s). Directly accountable to the Medical Director(s) of the department or section.
Physical Requirements/Work Environment: Physical requirements may vary from day to day, with assigned workbenches by department/section. Blood/Fluid Exposure Risk: Category I: Tasks involve exposure to blood, fluids or tissue
If your the candidate we've been looking for, submit your updated resume in word format by COB September 22nd, 2016. This will be on a first come first serve basis. One of our professional recruiters will be in contact about this great exciting opportunity!