Duties for a Laboratory Technician in the UMHS Clinical Cytogenetics Laboratory consist primarily of lab bench responsibilities but may also include clerical responsibilities as assigned. Laboratory duties include sample set-up, maintenance of cell cultures, harvesting cell cultures, reagent preparation, slide dropping, dishwashing, cleaning and filing slides, equipment monitoring and other routine Quality Control tasks. Clerical duties may include, answering phones, filing, ordering and tracking supplies, accessioning patient samples, typing case reports, and assisting in preparation of Quality Assurance reports.
Candidates must exhibit a professional and positive manner; possess excellent grammar, communication, word processing and computer skills. Demonstrated organizational and interpersonal skills, and a desire to work in a laboratory environment are essential.
- Bachelor's Degree in science
- Experience in a clinical laboratory, cell culture and sterile technique are desired.
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