Laboratory Director

LABS, Inc.
Job Location
401 N 3rd St.
Philadephia, PA 19123

LABS, Inc. offers great benefits to our employees including medical, dental, vision insurance, life insurance, short term and long term disability, AD&D insurance, and 401K which includes an excellent company match.  

Job Description


Under the direction of the President/Chief Executive Officer and the Chief Operating Officer, the laboratory director will qualify and hold licenses in jurisdictions in which the laboratory operates and may be deemed the laboratory director for any/all of the following: CLIA, CAP, ASHI, AABB, and/or any applicable state or other regulatory or accrediting agency.  The laboratory director will assist the corporate medical/laboratory director in directing the technical performance and scientific activities of the staff. Will perform all duties of a laboratory director as required by applicable laws, regulations and accreditation standards.  Additionally, the laboratory director will be readily available for personal, telephone or electronic consultation to the laboratory’s staff and clients. 


Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Meets the requirements for personal licensure as a Clinical Laboratory Director for CLIA, CAP, ASHI, AABB and any applicable state, as applicable, and as well as, for the laboratory licensure and accreditation by all regulatory agencies, which have jurisdiction over the laboratory.

  • Provides effective and efficient technical and scientific direction of the laboratory

  • Oversees the proper performance, interpretation, review and reporting of laboratory procedures

  • Provides consultation to referring clients and physicians

  • Ensures that reports of test results include pertinent information required for specific patient and/or donor interpretation

  • Ensures that the laboratory is enrolled in an approved proficiency testing program

  • Participates and supports other duties and projects as needed or assigned by the Corporate Medical / Laboratory Director, President/CEO and/or Chief Operations Officer

  • Miscellaneous duties (duties are not limited to the tasks above; others will be assigned as needed). For a list of Laboratory Director responsibilities refer to Clinical Laboratory Improvements Amendments, Appendix C, Regulations and Interpretive Guidelines for Laboratory and Laboratory Services, Subpart M-Personnel for Nonwaived Testing, Laboratories performing high complexity testing, §493.1445 Standard; Laboratory director responsibilities. Additional requirements are located in specific state regulations such as New York, CA, FL, etc. as well as regulatory and accrediting agencies such as ASHI, AABB, CAP, etc.


Minimum Qualifications:

  • Doctoral degree

  • Meet the minimum requirements of regulatory and accrediting agencies

  • Must be qualified as Laboratory Director in NY, CA, MD, and FL.

  • Must hold a Certificate of Qualification for State of New York commensurate with the categories needed by LABS.


Preferred Experience:

  • A thorough knowledge of tissue transplant medicine and the industry.

  • HLA typing or high complexity testing

How to Apply

To APPLY:  Please send resumes to

About Our Organization

LABS, Inc. is an independent, full-service laboratory in Centennial, Colorado. With over 30 years of experience, LABS, Inc. provides donor screening and eligibility testing that includes, but is not limited to histocompatibility, serology, nucleic acid, confirmatory, microbiology, molecular biology and cell biology.  LABS, Inc. has become one of the premier transplant medicine reference laboratories in the country.   


All candidates must clear a background check and pre-employment drug test prior to starting with Labs, Inc.





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