Laboratory Manager

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


The Laboratory Manager is responsible for the overall function of all operations of the Satellite Northeast Laboratory at LABS, Inc. in accordance with Good Manufacturing Practices and Human Resource guidelines.  This includes all testing areas within the laboratory and personnel.  The Northeast laboratory testing includes serologic and molecular evaluation for infectious disease and molecular evaluation of HLA typing for potential organ donors.  This position is responsible for the safety, compliance and productivity of the laboratory operations as well as the timely release of test results. The Northeast Laboratory Manager is also accountable for financial and budgetary oversight of the laboratory.  This position will interact with all departments to ensure the necessary steps are taken to provide accurate, timely results in a cost effective manner.

As an active member of the LABS Management Team, work collaboratively with Team members to develop long and short term planning tactics, strategies and goals in conjunction with overall company mission, strategic business plan and corporate goals.  Continuously support and enhance LABS Value-based culture in all practices and programs.  Communicate the management philosophy to all employees.  Implement and modify plans as necessary.  Manage the daily operations to ensure defined processes resulting in compliant, accurate, and time test results.



Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Drive continuous improvement and implement positive changes to processes, equipment, facility and supplies.
  • Manage personnel and develop a successful, professional team by mentoring, coaching, staff training, recruitment, and performance management.
  • Direct adherence to quality processes and scheduling efficiency while maximizing the utilization of resources to satisfy testing requirements and demand.
  • Initiate and manage cost savings opportunities across the company. Utilize lean principles to reduce or eliminate waste to obtain the most efficient ultimate cost to meet company’s business objectives while simultaneously maintaining effective service to all clients
  • Participate and support other duties and projects as needed or assigned by Executive Leadership Team and/or President/CEO.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in chemical, physical, biological science, or clinical laboratory science from accredited institution or equivalent. MT, MBA, MS, or PhD preferred
  • Certified Histocapability Technologist (CHT) or Certified Histocapability Specialist (CHS) Certification Required
  • Minimum of five years’ experience in a regulated industry. Knowledge of cGXP compliance and requirements of a regulatory environment and/or Seven years laboratory experience preferred
How to Apply

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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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