Medical Technologist II – 7txe0hl4rda3

Job ID: 7txe0hl4rda3 Bachelor’s degree 

Full-Time Onsite Position with Paid Relocation

Our client, an industry-leading organization, is seeking a highly qualified individual for a rewarding opportunity. With numerous accolades, our client is recognized for excellence in their field.

Responsibilities:

  • Perform moderate and high complexity tests after specialized training and required experience.
  • Act as a valuable resource, interpreting tests for laboratory users in compliance with regulatory agencies.
  • Prioritize both STAT and routine samples effectively.
  • Ensure precise specimen identification and labeling in line with departmental standard operating procedures.
  • Conduct instrument and equipment maintenance as defined by section policies.
  • Review patient results, identifying and resolving problems through additional testing when necessary.
  • Maintain accurate and legible records of test performance using the Laboratory Information System (LIS).
  • Utilize LIS to enhance clarity and accurate interpretation of laboratory results.
  • Participate actively in Quality Advancement/Quality Improvement activities as per departmental policies.
  • Perform specimen collection procedures when applicable, ensuring compliance with section-specific policies and procedures.
  • Attend continuing education classes and contribute to the education of Medical Technology students.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Medical Technology, Clinical Lab Science, Chemistry, Biology, or Biochemistry from an accredited university or college.
  • Relevant experience based on the degree:
    • For candidates with a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry, Biology, or Biochemistry: Two years of experience in a clinical laboratory.
    • For candidates with a Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Technology or Clinical Laboratory Science: One year of experience in a clinical laboratory.
  • Proficiency in clinical tests and standards necessary for performing highly complex tests as defined by CLIA.
  • Analytic abilities to interpret findings, perform calculations, calibrate instruments, and review complex testing.
  • Ability to maintain compliance with regulatory agency requirements (e.g., JC, CAP, FDA, AABB).
  • Manual/visual dexterity necessary for specimen preparation, solution preparation, specimen screening, and computer software operation.
  • Interpersonal and English verbal and written language skills sufficient for information exchange with physicians and interaction with other technologists.
  • Ability to perform venipuncture techniques.

Bonus:

  • Competitive bonus structure.

How to Apply: Forward resumes to the provided email address with the subject line: Job Application – 7txe0hl4rda3

Note: Please review the position requirements carefully before submitting potential candidates for consideration.

Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: Boston

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