Genomic Process Laboratory Supervisor

Providence Health & Services
Job Location
Portland, OR 97213
Job Description

Providence is calling a full-time Genomic Process Laboratory Supervisor for a day shift position in Providence Office Park in Portland, OR.
In this position, you will:
• Enable biomarker diagnostic and genomic testing and research for clinical cancer specimens collected from various pathology groups within and outside the Providence Health System.
• Support biomarker specimen collection activities by enabling the administrative and non-scientific flow of information and documentation to regulatory and operational completion using the LIMS system and order Platform and sample tracking as the primary repository of information across the continuum of testing and reporting locations.
• Work closely with the My’Omics call center to obtain patient information, reports and associated specimens for submission into the Providence/Nantomics Genomic Sequencing program.
• Manage and track information and subsequent barcoded specimens and associated results through LIMS from the acquisition point through biobanking.


Required qualifications for this position include:
• Bachelor’s degree
• Certification or Registry (Medical Technology (MT), Histotechnichian (HT), Clinical Laboratory Science (CLS)) from a government agency or nationally recognized professional organization (eg. American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP), National Credentialing Agency (NCA), etc.)
• 10+ years experience in clinical research or pharmaceutical industry
• Prior lab management in a Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) environment

Preferred qualifications for this position include:
• Background in biomarker research, project management, and/or similar job function

How to Apply

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Providence Health & Services is an equal opportunity employer who provides competitive benefits, a drug-free workplace and supports work/life balance.

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