Lead Histotechnologist

Organization
Florida Digestive Health Specialists Lab
Job Location
11505 Palmbrush Trl Ste 120
Lakewood Ranch, FL 34202
Salary
Negotiable
Benefits

401k

Payroll Deducted Health/Dental/Vision

PTO

Job Description

This position reports to directly to the histology supervisor. This individual will bring theoretical and practical expertise to support the operations of a busy histology laboratory. The incumbent may be asked to assist with short-term and long-term strategic operational decisions and planning of a busy histology laboratory. They must demonstrate behavioral skills that contribute to a productive work environment and provide excellent customer service to improve patient outcomes.

Performs all duties of a lead histotechnologist in the histology laboratory.  Assumes responsibilities, as delegated by the direct supervisor: prepares tissues and stained slides of a high quality, troubleshooting technical, processing, staining issues, prepares readiness of laboratory and participating in laboratory inspections, assists with the development of new procedures, assists with the maintenance of an adequate inventory\supplies for the day to day running of the laboratory. Assists with maintenance and data entry into the LIS computer system.

Requirements

Associates in Science or Bachelors in Science

7+ years of bench/technical experience

ASCP Certified

Florida Laboratory Supervisor License

How to Apply

Email resume to pathlab@fdhs.com.

About Our Organization

The laboratory of Florida Digestive Health Specialists functions with highly trained, specialized laboratory technologists. These Histotechnologists and laboratory assistants collectively bring over 40 years of experience to our laboratory. Routine histology, special stains and immunohistochemical methods are utilized in the histology laboratory to bring the latest methods in testing to the pathologist’s microscope.

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