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Cornell Health is seeking a full-time, 11.5 month, Medical Technologist. A Medical Technologist (MT) position at the Ley Laboratory at Cornell Health Services is considered part of a larger health care team serving the medical needs of the Cornell University community. This is a rotating Generalist position working in all areas of the laboratory including but not limited to Chemistry, Microbiology, Hematology, Immunology, and Phlebotomy. This position will also operate and troubleshoot equipment, use computer for specimen accession, data entry, and information retrieval. Responsibilities include performing miscellaneous technical duties and general laboratory support functions as the need arises or is determined by the supervisor. This Medical Technologist will perform all duties with a constant sense of service to both internal customers (staff and colleagues of Cornell Health Services) and external customers (patients seeking health care), comply with all current NYS, CLIA, CDC, and all other regulations governing Ley Clinical Laboratory operations, and pursue continuing education in laboratory skills to maintain a current understanding of all areas of the laboratory.
Must complete 12 continuing education hours per year. Annual Health and Safety including confidentiality training is provided annually by Cornell Health Services. Must provide back-up to late technologist when needed. Assumes supervisory responsibilities when working alone. Must share Saturday Technologist rotation.
This position is OSHA category BBP2, TB2, ERG2.
Licensed by NYSED as a Medical Technologist:
A Clinical Laboratory Technologist must have received an education, including a bachelor's degree, or higher, in clinical laboratory technology from a program registered by the department or determined by the department to be the substantial equivalent, or have received a bachelor's degree in biology, chemistry, or the physical sciences or the substantial equivalent and also have received an advanced certificate from an accredited clinical laboratory technology program or a program determined by the Department to be the substantial equivalent.
1-2 years experience or equivalent combination.
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