Provides day-to-day technical supervision of testing personnel ensuring the proper performance of all laboratory procedures and report of test results. Performs duties to provide the highest level of patient care and maximize patient satisfaction. Promotes standardization through collaboration and coordination within a specialty.
Performs duties to support the goals and objectives of the GHS in its efforts to provide quality patient care and patient satisfaction.
Directly accountable to the Doctoral Director(s) and under the administrative direction of the Operations Director, Manager, Supervisor or Team Leader.
COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS:
Demonstrates good organizational skills and effective communication skills.
Possesses basic PC navigation skills and is able to access applicable computer applications as needed for job functionality.
Knows and abides by GHS and GML policies and procedures including compliance policies.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor's degree in Medical Technology required or three years of college and completion of one year CAHEA accredited school of medical technology required, or Bachelor of Science in chemistry, biological or physical sciences plus one year of experience/training in the specialty/subspecialty in which the tests are performed required, or three years of accredited college course work and completion date in compliance with Pennsylvania clinical laboratory regulation required, or performed duties of a medical technologist prior to June 14, 1974, and with continuous (full- or part-time) pertinent, clinically related laboratory employment since that date required, or passed proficiency exam given by the HHS (formerly HEW) with designation as a clinical laboratory technologist required.
Requires five years laboratory experience, which includes three years in the pertinent technical specialty.
WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Work is typically performed in a clinical environment.
Possible exposure to infection from disease bearing specimens. Exposure to odorous chemicals and specimens. Must comply with applicable safety procedures. Physical demands: Standing: Remaining on one's feet in an upright position. Handling: Seizing, holding, grasping, or otherwise working with hands. Fingering: Picking, pinching, or otherwise working with fingers. Vision requirements: Able to pass standardized color vision test. Protective Equipment (as required by procedure performed): Eye protection, face protection, lab coat, non-sterile medical gloves.
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*Domestic partner benefits not applicable at Geisinger Holy Spirit.
Internal Number: 65695
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