Medical Lab Scientist - Hematology/Chemistry Lead

Job Locations US-VT-Morrisville
Posted Date 2 months ago(6/9/2022 12:14 PM)
Job ID
2022-2346
# of Openings
1
Category
Clinical
Type
Full or Part-Time
Shift
Days/Varied
FLSA Status
Non-Exempt

Overview

Become a voice in your community’s health care by joining the laboratory team at Copley Hospital. We are in the process of reorganizing the lab structure where all team members play a critical role; where each opinion matters; and there is opportunity for advancement. We welcome all qualified applicants- those with many years of experience and those who are just starting their careers. 

 

Copley is a critical access rural hospital where you can utilize and hone your generalist skills in a friendly, supportive, and community-oriented facility. All three shifts available including shift differentials and competitive pay.

Enjoy the many local hiking trails in the summer and skiing in the winter on your days off!

Responsibilities

  • Records and enters results into computer accurately and according to protocol.
  • Performs required preventive maintenance and repairs as capable.
  • Performs receptionist/phlebotomist tasks as required.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.
  • Obtains specimens in a manner appropriate to the patient’s age, physical ability and intellectual development for the following patient populations: neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, geriatric.
  • Performs all determinations done by the lab. See lab skill checklist.
  • Assures that controls for each run are within acceptable limits.
  • Correlates lab results with clinical findings by chart review and consultation with nursing and medical staff.

Qualifications

  • Associate Degree in Medical Technology or equivalent.
  • Bachelor Degree in Medical Technology desired.
  • One to two years of hospital laboratory experience desired.
  • MLT (ASCP) or equivalent.

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