The laboratory technologist performs tasks within a wide scope of laboratory functions. This position is responsible for the receipt, organization, testing, and reporting of daily patient specimens in a drug toxicology laboratory. The laboratory technologist will adhere to protocols and quality measures while performing sample preparation and analyzing patient results. This position is full time and includes weekends as needed to meet the demands of current work volume.
Minimum Education and/or Certification:
Physical Demands/Work Environment Requirements
Vision, hearing, speech, movements requiring the use of wrists, hands and/or fingers. Must have the ability to view a computer screen for long periods and the ability to sit for extended periods. Keen visual acuity with the ability to recognize colors and patterns.
Must have the ability to work varied hours and days required to complete the essential functions of the position, as scheduled. Mental Demands Learning, thinking, concentration and the ability to work under pressure, particularly during busy times. Must be able to pay close attention to detail and be able to work as a member of a team to ensure excellent service quality. Must have the ability to interact effectively with co-workers. Must have the ability to exercise discretion as well as appropriate judgments when necessary. Must be proactive in finding solutions.
LABORATORY TECHNICIAN ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS and BASIC DUTIES
➢ Production workflow
➢ Perform sample preparation
➢ Perform analysis and reporting of patient specimens
➢ Perform daily LCMS and analyzer operations
➢ Maintain laboratory documentation
➢ Complete projects, other tasks, and assignments as directed by management
➢ Quality Assurance/Quality Control
➢ Perform data analysis to assess quality metrics
➢ Maintain integrity of process; following and reporting QA/QC occurrences
➢ Work to ensure process is compliant
Job Type: Full-time
Job Type: Full-time