Pathology Clinical Coordinator (FT) – Seacoast
Little River, SC
- Maintains a professional image and exhibits excellent customer relations to patients, visitors, physicians, and co-workers in accordance with our Service Excellence Standards and Core Values.
- Organize and perform analysis of specimens to include quality control.
- Evaluate validity of results obtained. Record and report results.
- Perform routine and pre-routine maintenance.
- Develop personal knowledge of trends, developments, and techniques through journals and trade publications, in-service programs, and continuing education.
- Collect, prepare, store and/or transport specimens using correct techniques, anticoagulants, and protocol.
- Review worksheet status, technical inquiry, uncollected tests and printed worksheets for technical and clerical accuracy and assure necessary corrections to appropriate records are made.
- When assigned coordinates and supervises daily technical activities.
- Analyze processes of highly complex testing to validate results and quality assurance.
- Coordinate teaching assignments: Precept new employee or student
- Serve as the primary technical resource and provide consultation to healthcare staff
- Clearly communicate with staff regarding technical issues.
- Oversee the inventory of supplies and reagents
- Develop and oversee verification/validation studies for instrumentation, methods, and tests.
- Review quality control, proficiency results, patient results, and method comparisons; identify and correct performance problems in these areas.
- Evaluate and make recommendations for process improvements to Lab Administration
- Assist the Administrative Director of Laboratory with the competency program to ensure that lab policies and accrediting agency requirements are followed.
- Assist with the CAP checklist and any other regulatory agency requirements.
- Accountable for the oversight of instrument maintenance and calibrations; performs advance troubleshooting when needed.
- Coordinate new employee orientation and training within the department.
- Complete 12 hours of continuing education per year required by NAACLS.
- Perform other duties assigned by the laboratory administration team.
- Minimum of twelve months training in accredited school of medical technology or equivalent work experience
- Minimum of 2 years of experience in clinical laboratory
- Preferred certification by recognized national certifying agency.
- Baccalaureate degree in Medical Technology or in appropriate biological, chemical or physical science from an accredited school or an Associate degree in Applied Science Degree in Medical Laboratory Technology
Little River, SC, United States