Clinical Laboratory Assistant
Processes requests and receives clinical laboratory/clinical research/research testing material within the department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine; accessions, processes, and routes clinical laboratory testing material to appropriate clinical testing area; transcribes, prints, sorts, mails, and faxes laboratory reports; handles requests for laboratory reports, specimen tracking, and laboratory requests via phone, email, mail, and other correspondence methods; assists with the performance of laboratory quality control, equipment maintenance, and quality assurance activities; maintains laboratory supply inventories and processes requests for supply orders.
The applicant must have an Associate’s degree in a Healthcare discipline; or an Associate’s degree and the equivalent of one year of full-time experience in a clinical or research setting requiring the use of medical/laboratory terminology; or a High School Diploma or High School Equivalency Diploma and current enrollment in an approved BS program in Clinical Laboratory Technology; or a High School Diploma or High School Equivalency Diploma and the equivalent of two years of full time experience in a clinical or research setting requiring the use of medical/laboratory terminology. The preferred candidate will have previous/current experience in a laboratory or medical office setting with knowledge of medical/pathology terminology and previous/current experience in a customer service setting.
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