Operate and perform maintenance, including extended maintenance, on analyzers. Able to troubleshoot both basic and more complex problems on analyzers. Maintain equipment records including maintenance and quality control. Perform and review ordered parameters and computer input of raw data. Process additional study samples. Assist in the training and mentoring of less experienced staff.
Prepare blood slide and cytology smears. Inventory and package differential and reticulocyte blood slides and all biological samples for each study for shipment or storage. Notify the recipient of shipment. Maintain inventory of laboratory supplies and order as needed. Accession samples and raw data into the computer system and review data.
Associated degree (A.A./A.S.) required. Bachelor’s degree (B.A./B.S.) or equivalent in medical technology preferred. Atleast 1 year of experience in a clinical pathology laboratory as a medical technologist. MLT certification (or equivalent) required. MT or MLS certification (ASCP) preferred.
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