ASSISTANT-TECHNICAL LAB

Location US-TN-MEMPHIS
Posted Date 6 months ago(3/23/2021 10:43 AM)
Position Code
4185
Day Shift
Yes
Night Shift
Yes
Rotating Shift
Yes
Evenings
Yes
Status
PRN
Department
ME PATH-CLINICAL LAB

Overview and Responsibilities

  • Job Summary
     
    Provides support to the operation of the Laboratory by assisting with pre-analytical and post-analytical processes resulting in optimal patient outcomes. Responsible for assigned shifts and subject to overtime and call back as required. Performs other duties as assigned.
    Required Population Served
     
     
    Job Responsibilties
     
     
    Job Responsibilities
     
    Performs phlebotomy and specimen collections.
     
    Assesses and maintains quality of specimens.
     
    Communicates with patients and customers.
     
    Assesses specimens.
     
    Performs urine drug screen collections and industrial screening as required.
     
    Supports life long learning
     
    Completes assigned goals.

Qualifications

Specifications
 
 
Experience
 
DescriptionMinimum RequiredPreferred/Desired 
 
 
Hospital phlebotomy experience.
 
Education
 
DescriptionMinimum RequiredPreferred/Desired 
 
Skill in communicating clearly and effectively using standard English in written, oral and verbal format to achieve high productivity and efficiency. Skill to write legibly and record information accurately as necessary to perform job duties.
 
 
Training
 
DescriptionMinimum RequiredPreferred/Desired 
 
 
Training as acquired in an approved phlebotomy training program
 
Special Skills
 
DescriptionMinimum RequiredPreferred/Desired 
Computer skills.
Basic computer literacy.
Skill in communicating clearly and effectively using standard English in written, oral and verbal format to achieve high productivity and efficiency. Skill to write legibly and record information accurately as necessary to perform job duties. Computer skills.
 
Licensure
 
DescriptionMinimum RequiredPreferred/Desired

 

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