Sponsor: Rubicon Genomics
Recording Date: 2/19/2014
Recording Time: 1 hour
To perform and report various laboratory tests prescribed by physicians. Has advanced experience and or laboratory training that give this candidate the ability (advanced tech skill inventory) to perform this service in multiple or highly specialized sections of the laboratory as assigned. At the direction of the Director and Supervisor, leads projects for procedure development, product evaluation, quality monitors, regulatory compliance and other technical duties. Prepares policy and procedure manual drafts.
M.T., (ASCP), (NCA). Or related specialty certification preferred
B.S. in Medical Technology or other science related fields. A minimum of 5-7 years of experience. A demonstrated mastery of advanced tech skills inventory.
• Exhibits the ability to work with computer programs and computer controlled equipment,
• Exhibits the ability to handle and interpret data, multitask, and maintains confidential material.
• Exhibits good laboratory technique and safety practices.
• Exhibits good communication, technical and organizational skills.
• Experience and/or training in multiple laboratory sections and high complexity testing (advanced tech skill inventory)
• Exhibits the ability interpret scientific literature & regulatory compliance and apply to laboratory policy & procedure improvement or development
• Exhibits the ability to lead scientific projects towards procedure establishment and write regulatory compliant policy & procedures.
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