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Medical Laboratory Scientist (Medical Technologist)
Department: Laboratory - Lab General
Schedule: Full Time
Hours: 2:00pm-10:00pm Monday-Friday every 3rd wknd 30 hrs/week
Hours per week: 30
Salary: $18.70 Plus Experience Allowance
Performs a variety of standardized tests, including specialized tests appropriate to the discipline of the assigned laboratory section. Processes specimens where and when necessary. Prepares the specimen and decides the suitability of the specimen for the requested test. Performs maintenance and troubleshooting on instrumentation used for testing. Performs tests, determines and calculates results. Reviews results for accuracy before releasing them. Maintains proper records. Investigate alternative procedures, where appropriate, and reviews results with the supervisor. Evaluates new test methods and instrumentation.
· A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college/university including courses in
biological science, chemistry and mathematics AND successful completion of a NAACLS accredited Medical Laboratory Science program.
· An associate degree or at least 60 semester hours (90 quarter hours) of academic credit from a college/university accredited by a recognized regional or national accreditation agency AND successful completion of a NAACLS accredited MLT program
Minimum Experience Requirements
Minimum Licensure/Certification/Registration Requirements
MT (ASCP) or MLS (ASCP) is required within 1 year of hire. PRN and Employees working less than 14 hours per pay period are excluded.
Medium Work: Exerting 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
Constantly (67 - 100%): Computer Usage, Vision, Hearing (phones, call lights, respirators), Touch (tactile), and Smell (fire/smoke, potential infections, assessment of odors)
Occasionally (1 - 33%): Bending, Reaching, Squatting, Stooping, and Twisting
Rarely (<1%): Climbing stairs or ladders, Crawling, and Kneeling
Will frequently lift up to 10 lbs, occasionally lift up to 50 lbs, and rarely lift above 100+ lbs
Will frequently pull up to 10 lbs, occasionally pull up to 50 lbs, and rarely pull up to 100+ lbs
Will frequently push up to 10 lbs, occasionally push up to 50 lbs, and rarely push up to 100+ lbs
Will occasionally carry up to 50 lbs and rarely carry above 100+ lbs
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