Medical Laboratory Scientist

Omniseq, LLC
Job Location
700 Ellicott Street
Buffalo, NY 14203
Job Description


Performs simple and complex laboratory test procedures in a timely manner as assigned; obtains and interprets data for diagnosis and treatment of disease; performs related laboratory technology duties. Provides technical supervision and training to subordinate-level staff members.

Essential Functions:

  • Focuses on skill (test competencies) and knowledge development
  • Demonstrates entry level scientist competencies
  • Adheres to quality systems protocols
  • Involved in education of student clinical laboratory technicians/scientists
  • Consults with more experienced team members when necessary
  • Exhibits knowledge of laboratory tests and standards.
  • Exhibits basic knowledge of professional ethics, laws and regulations
  • Disseminates laboratory test information in a timely manner
  • Offers suggestions for improvement in operations
  • Monitors accuracy and precision of laboratory testing
  • Maintains, files, and stores relevant laboratory documentation in accordance with relevant regulatory standards.
  • Attends meetings as required.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned or requested

Qualifications/Educational Requirements:

  • BS in MT/CLS, or related fields
  • NYS licensed Clinical Laboratory Technologist (CLT) or eligible for NYS CLT molecular restricted license
  • Must be eligible to work in the U.S. as sponsorship is NOT available.


NOTE: Required degrees must have been granted by an accredited college or university or one recognized by OmniSeq LLC as following acceptable educational practices.

How to Apply

To apply, please email resume to:

Colleen Scharf, VP, Operations,

About Our Organization

OmnSeq's vision is to find the right drug or the right clinical trial for every patient. founded in 2015, our mission is to deliver superior results by improving access to better cancer treatment options through comprehensive molecular profiling.

OmniSeq is a subsidiary of Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI) in Buffalo, New York. The company emerged from the RPCI Center of Personalized Medicine.RPCI was the first institution to focus exclusively on cancer research and continues to be at the center of groundbreaking cancer research for more than a century. This includes initiating the first experiments in chemotherapy in 1904, becoming America's First Comprehensive Cancer Center and providing the source - RP11 (RP stands for Roswell Park) - for much of the BAC clone library used in the Human Genome Project. The breakthrough research, scientific expertise, and commitment to improving patient care is the foundation of OmniSeq today.

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