Performs routine laboratory tests in various sections of the
Performs common testing procedures and reports test results.
Performs quality control testing.
Performs instrument maintenance and troubleshooting.
Maintains supplies needed for performance of tests.
Follows established policies and procedures, objectives, safety
standards, and sensitivity to confidential information.
Willing and able to demonstrate appropriate core competencies
annually or as requested.
Performs and determines accuracy of technical lab procedures
Maintains records of procedures performed, the patient results
and the quality control required for all procedures performed.
Performs quality control procedures outlined by the manufacturer
or departmental procedure for each procedure or piece of
Maintains accurate and complete records of all quality control
Assures that all out-of-control procedures are followed and that
there is documentation of remedial actions taken.
Reads and understands all procedure manuals on an annual
Performs quality assurance studies as assigned.
Collects biological specimens.
Prepares and forwards biological specimens to appropriate
reference laboratory according to departmental procedures.
Provides instruction to students/new employees with regard to
procedures and departmental policies.
Contributes to a positive work climate and to the overall team
approach to the laboratory.
Maintains confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA
Support the culture of service excellence throughout the
Actively seek ways to demonstrate a commitment to continuous
improvement and participate in professional development
Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.
Completes annual educational requirements.
Understands and adheres to Bell's compliance standards as they
appear in Bell's Corporate Compliance Policy, Code of Conduct and
Conflict of Interest Policy.
Computer and/or keyboarding skills required. Excellent human
relations and/or written communication. Excellent organizational
abilities. Demonstrates teamwork skills. Ability to deal with
change. Demonstrates a positive attitude toward initiating
continuous improvement. Ability to respond appropriately even in
challenging situations. Ability to work without direct
Minimum Education Associate degree in Medical Technology or
Clinical Laboratory Science Preferred X Required
Required Skills Requires critical thinking skills, decisive
judgment and the ability to work with minimal supervision. Must be
able to work in a stressful environment and take appropriate
Licenses: ASCP Certification or eligibility required. Primary
Source Verification: American Society for Clinical Pathology.