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Laboratory Operations Manager

Organization
Connexis Search Group
Job Location
Ft. Myers, FL
Salary
Great compensation-BOE
Job Description

The Manager of Laboratory Operations is accountable for the administrative direction of the laboratory (clinical and/or support services divisions) including all planning, implementation, operations and evaluation of programs, revenue analysis, budget management, and human resources management activities to ensure optimal turnaround times, quality and profitable growth.  Ensures compliance with all regulatory and accrediting agency standards, including CAP, CLIA, and OSHA while working closely with the Medical Director and other staff pathologists.

 

This is a senior management position responsible for the strategic oversight and leadership direction; oversees several business functions or divisions; provides leadership to department managers; may also manage first-line supervisors and/or professional staff.  This position level reports to a member of the Executive Team.

Requirements

Five (5) to Eight (8) years experience  in a clinical laboratory with progressive responsibility preferred; Three to five years experience managing staff, protocols , policies and procedures in a clinical laboratory  Travel required

How to Apply

Please send your resume to melba@connexissearch.com or call Melba at 864-528-5007

About Our Organization

We have been recruiting in the Commercial Laboratory, In‐Vitro Diagnostics, Life Sciences and Medical Device Industries for over thirty years. We have a 300,000 person database and an extensive network that allows us to quickly find and reference the appropriate candidates. Many of our senior recruiters spent the majority of their careers in the above industries, which allows Connexis Search Group to better serve our clients and candidates.

  

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