Shriners Hospitals for Children Northern California
Shriners Hospitals for Children Northern California, the premier pediatric burn, orthopaedic, spinal cord injury and pediatric subspecialties medical center, has an exceptional opportunity for a results-driven Clinical Laboratory professional with a desire to make a positive difference in the lives of children. This is an opportunity to lead a program and team of licensed staff as Manager of Clinical Laboratory. Shriners Hospital is the largest provider of pediatric sub-specialty orthopedic and burn care in Northern California and is recognized by US News and World Report as a top pediatric hospital in the country.
The selected candidate will provide leadership and management for the Clinical Laboratory Department as well as supervise, design, assign and/or perform all aspects of pre-analytical, analytical and post-analytical laboratory testing. Other responsibilities include ensuring laboratory quality of service, consistency of care and adherence to department and regulatory agencies standards; supervising staff; and developing and maintaining department budgets and other fiscal controls.
Must have a current CA Department of Health Services Clinical Laboratory Scientist license and 5 or more years of technical experience in a Clinical Laboratory. Experience in a supervisory/managerial position is preferred.
SHCNC offers a competitive salary and benefit package, including continuing education and professional development opportunities. Other considerations include free parking, team-approached interdisciplinary care, friendly environment and the satisfaction that our patients are receiving the best care available.
About Shriners Hospitals for Children Northern California
As a regional pediatric medical center, the Northern California Shriners Hospital cares for children throughout the Western United States, Canada and Mexico. The hospital is a destination of choice for patients and families seeking comprehensive, compassionate care for complex medical needs that include orthopaedic conditions, spinal cord injuries, burns, scars from any cause, cleft lip, gastro-intestinal diseases, ano-rectal disorders, chest wall malformations and other surgical needs. The hospital partners with emergency air ambulances to transport critically injured children and coordinates transportation to and from the hospital for patients whose families cannot provide or afford travel. Children have the opportunity to be evaluated and treated by doctors recognized by their peers as the best of the best.