To perform a full range of laboratory tests, procedures, experiments, and analyses for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease. To develop, evaluate and modify standardized procedures, techniques and tests used in the analysis of specimens and in medical laboratory experiments. To compile scientific, technical, statistical and/or numerical data. Current availabilities located in Chemistry, Special Chemistry, Pathology, Blood Bank, Adult Hematology, Flow Cytometry, Toxicology and Point of Care Testing.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in medical technology/clinical lab sciences or equivalent combination of education and experience necessary to meet registration requirements in the area specialty.
American Association of Bioanalyst, MT (AAB) ); American Medical Technologist, MT (AMT); American Society for Clinical Pathology, MT (ASCP); American Society for Clinical Pathology, MLS(ASCP); National Credentialing Agency for Laboratory Personnel CLS (NCA); or equivalent categorical registration. Note: categorical registration allows employee to work in area of certification only.
Special Knowledge and Abilities:
Knowledge of laboratory and experimental protocols and procedures. Knowledge of chemical composition, structure and properties of substances and of the chemical processes and transformations they undergo. Knowledge of plant and animal organisms, their tissues, cells function, interspersed with each other and the environment. Analytical skills. Skills in the use of personal computers, related software applications and interactions with each other and the environment. Ability to analyze, verify and manipulate clinical and/or laboratory data. Ability to perform a full range of clinical laboratory tests and chemical analysis. Ability to work with/around potentially biological and chemical hazardous conditions. Ability to monitor and maintain quality control, safety, and/or infection control standards.
Internal Number: 85159
About University of Mississippi Medical Center
The University of Mississippi Medical Center is the state’s only academic medical center and one of its largest employers. Every day, our nearly 10,000 employees help improve the lives of Mississippians through our missions of education, research, and patient care. Our health system provides more than 125 kinds of specialty care in 6 hospitals, more than 30 clinics, and a statewide and telehealth network. We also offer a statewide system of pediatric care through Children’s of Mississippi, including Batson Children’s hospital, the state’s only pediatric hospital. At UMMC, we’re dedicated to training the next generation of health care professionals. Our seven health science schools include medicine, nursing, dentistry, health related professions, graduate studies, pharmacy, and population health. Enrollment stands at more than 3,000 students each academic year. Research informs everything we do as an academic medical center. Our major interests include obesity, heart disease, diabetes, women’s health, Alzheimer’s and dementia care, cancer, infectious diseases, among other areas. We are pioneering new treatments and methods of care that reach far beyond the borders of our state.
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