Under direction of Administrative Medical Director and with cooperation of administrative management, plans and coordinates Medical Technology educational activities, laboratory safety policies and procedures, and accreditation. Selects candidates and coordinates clinical rotations for Medical Technology Students; develops, administers, organizes, reviews, evaluates effectiveness, and ensures program is in compliance with external accreditation requirements. Acts as liaison with other hospital and university based Medical Technology programs and maintains affiliation agreements with universities. Assists supervisors, group leaders and/or technical directors with curriculum development, planning, objectives, teaching aids and evaluation tools. Schedules and coordinates continuing education programs for all Laboratory staff and maintains employeesâ continuing education records. Maintains and manages laboratory library; orders books, journals, self-study materials, etc.; maintains inventory of audio/visual equipment; maintains program budget and inventory of supplies for educational activities. Supervises, distributes and monitors laboratory educational and tuition assistance funds ensuring compliance with internal guidelines for distribution. Assists Administrative Medical Director in monitoring of other laboratory educational programs offered, as requested.
Responsible for accreditation and safety programs for DMC University Laboratories including coordination of inspections and maintenance of current hospital and laboratory certification information. Acts as safety program subject matter expert; develops and maintains safety records and policy/procedures in accordance with federal, state and local regulations; coordinates, distributes and maintains MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) files.
1. Bachelor's of Science degree with ASCP certification in Medical Technology (MT). Master's of Education degree required
2. Minimum three years experience in Medical Technology Education to include three years of teaching courses, conducting and supervising clinical laboratory learning experiences, evaluation of student achievement and program effectiveness, and curriculum and policy/procedure development.
3. Must be knowledgeable of OSHA, MIOSHA, NAACLS, NCCLS, JCAHO, CLIA, and CAP regulations related to Laboratory/Medical Technology practices.
Job: Laboratory and Clinical Technicians
Primary Location: Detroit, Michigan
Facility: DMC University Laboratories, Inc.
Job Type: Full-time
Shift Type: Days
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