Health Network Laboratories (HNL) is a multiregional medical laboratory serving the needs of the public and healthcare communities in PA and NJ. Health Network Laboratories, a leader in integrated clinical diagnostic testing and pathology services for the healthcare community, is seeking a Manager, Clinical Laboratory Operations to oversee the operations of the assigned laboratory divisions to include human resource performance management and development, billing/reimbursement, business planning, strategic planning and project management. The selected individual will desire a position in a fast paced, customer orientated, laboratory environment.
Essential duties and responsibilities include the following.
Assigns, directs, and schedules staff while overseeing performance of testing in departments of automation, chemistry, hematology, blood bank. May have oversight for related Clinical Support area.
Develops and maintains department Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) according to the Clinical Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI) guidelines.
Establishes standards, normal values and methods of control for each laboratory test performed in accordance with regulatory and accrediting agencies and in conjunction with clinical/medical leadership.
Plans, designs and implements installation of new or improved laboratory techniques. Reviews quality control data, recognizes and resolves problems as well as prepares or directs preparation of various qualitative and quantitative reports and records.
Performs ongoing departmental monitoring to improve quality, workflow, staff productivity, and employee satisfaction and is responsible for the mentoring, coaching and development of direct reports.
Prepares and administers departmental budgets and recommends purchase of capital equipment in conjunction with division Director.
Designs and administers quality control program for each testing section.
Consults on work in progress and completed work to assure accuracy.
Directs the proper storage of hazardous materials and the laboratory safety program in conjunction with the safety officer.
Demonstrates the understanding of all duties and responsibilities of those supervised and when applicable serves as a technical specialist in area of oversight.
Reviews current literature and attends meetings and seminars to keep informed of new developments in field.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution, and/or a combination of education and no less than 2 years’ experience.
HNL proudly offers its eligible employees a very comprehensive medical, dental and vision package as well as group term life insurance, paid holidays, personal time off and paid sick time. To help employees prepare for retirement HNL also has a full range of options including pension and 401(k) savings plans.