Medical Laboratory Technician or Medical Technologist
Independently performs qualitative and quantitative tests in assigned section(s), following established guidelines and predetermined criteria. Performs tests and calculations, documents and reports results. Follows established QA/QC policies and procedures. Operates, calibrates, conducts performance checks and maintains laboratory instruments and equipment. Maintains procedures, records and logs. Identifies problems that may adversely affect test performance and/or results and uses knowledge, deductive skills and judgment to troubleshoot and resolve them. Recognizes abnormal or unusual pre-analytical, post-analytical and post-analytical problems.
Able to read, analyze and interpret professional journals, technical procedures, and governmental regulations, as appropriate. Able to write reports, business correspondence and procedure manuals. Able to effectively communicate information to internal and external customers in informal settings such as one-on-one and small group situations.
Typical Physical Demands:
Requires manual and finger dexterity, eye-hand coordination, and corrected vision and hearing to normal range. Distinguishes and identifies color. Requires wearing of personal protective equipment (PPE) such as, but not limited to, lab coats, gloves, face shields, and respiratory protection. May require frequent bending, standing and sitting for extended periods of time. May require repetitive manual motion such as but not limited to pipetting, capping and uncapping specimens. May require keying intermittently for four (4) hours a day. May require frequent walking, climbing of stairs and/or driving to various locations. May require occasional lifting and carrying of supplies weighing up to 35 pounds.
Typical Working Conditions:
Work environment includes conditions common to a hospital/laboratory environment, including working directly with potentially hazardous chemicals and/or patients with communicable diseases. Potential for inadvertent skin, eye, mucous membrane, or parenteral contact with blood or other potentially infectious materials possible. Generally works in an indoor, air-conditioned area.
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