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Laboratory Director

Job Location
Baltimore, MD
Job Description

· Operations: Lead, perform and manage all necessary benchwork, as well as all policies and processes, etc.
· Management: Oversee all aspects of laboratory, including technologist assignments, scheduling, inventory, supplies, etc.
· Compliance: Ensure compliance with all applicable federal, state and local statutes, rules and regulations, including enrollment and performance of proficiency testing.
· Quality Control: Assure quality control of tests and procedures in all phases of test performance. Establish and maintain quality assurance program. Prepare and review all manuals, policies and protocols.

· Dedicated, strong work ethic
· Detail-oriented
· Strong organizational skills
· Strong interpersonal skills
· Demonstrated proactive approaches to problem-solving with strong decision-making capability
· Proven ability to handle confidential information with discretion, be adaptable to various competing demands, and demonstrate the highest level of customer/client service and response


Must hold an earned doctoral degree in a chemical, physical, biological or clinical laboratory science from an accredited institution and be certified and continue to be certified by a board approved by HHS in Clinical Cytogenetics (e.g., American Board of Medical Genetics).

· Must provide documentation of training, education and previous experience that meets CLIA Sec. 493.1443: Standard: Laboratory Director Qualifications
· Must be a Fellow of the American College of Medical Genetics
· Must possess a current license as a laboratory director issued by the State of New York (NY 
· Experience with aCGH and NGS preferred. 
Competitive salary. Benefits include medical/dental/vision coverage, SIMPLE IRA with employer match.

How to Apply

Craig Scheiblauer Founder and Principal
CSearchGroup, LLC
4915 Carpinteria Avenue, Suite C
Carpinteria, CA 93013
805-453-6583 cell
805-203-6525 office

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