Responsible for the day-to-day operations of assigned department/shift. Responsible for coordinating competency in testing and assures testing meets the accreditation requirements from the College of American Pathologists (CAP), CLIA, and JCAHO. Coordinates inventory, reviewing of quality control values, and maintenance records. Serves as a consultant to others regarding accrediting agency compliance for department. Serves as a leader in the processes to train trainers, maintain, or change department instruments and processes. Responsible for coaching, counseling, evaluation of Technologists that work within the department.
What the Technical Lab Supervisor will do:
Supervises and coordinates the day-to-day activities in the department, within parameters delegated by the Lab Manager, to assure quality test results are delivered to providers.
Coordinates the day to day department testing within the hospital.
Ensures that staff follow proper procedures to maintain patient safety.
What the Technical Lab Supervisor will need:
Bachelor's Degree in medical technology with clinical internship.
3 years healthcare/hospital lab experience
Experience in coordinating people in the performance of testing and be able to troubleshoot instruments or testing devices.
Preferred: One to three year(s) experience of overseeing staff.
Internal Number: 00255550
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