How to Apply
A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
The Center for Reproductive Medicine, a dynamic, growing infertility practice in Ann Arbor, is seeking a full-time, experienced, highly motivated, detail-oriented hard worker for the University of Michigan Assisted Reproductive Technology Laboratory.
This medical technologist will be mainly responsible for daily operations of the Andrology portion of the ART lab, including reproductive hormone testing, andrology testing and therapeutic procedures. This individual will join a team of andrologists, embryologists, and fertility healthcare providers with a longstanding track record of successful teamwork and program building. Responsibilities will include: i) participation in a robust QM/QC/QA/QI laboratory program, ii) endocrine testing, iii) andrology diagnostic and therapeutic technologies, iv) cryopreservation, and v) advanced procedures of testicular sperm process. Participation is expected in basic laboratory maintenance, safety, and application of LEAN principles and work with clinic staff to improve patient quality of care, safety, and clinic workflows. Opportunities exist to participate in translational andrology research and future cross-training in embryology. Weekend and holiday rotations are expected. This position directly reports to the Technical Supervisor/Laboratory Director.
Proven experience on all aspects of endocrine testing and andrology techniques required for human semen analysis, intrauterine insemination preparation, and cryopreservation.
This position entails some weekend and holiday work on a rotation basis with other colleagues.
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