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Responsibilities include quality control and patient testing using automated and manual methods, blood component testing and preparation as well as blood component issue. The technologist will perform refrigerator rounds in 3 hospitals. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of good manufacturing practices and possess excellent customer service skills.
Bachelor's degree in Medical Technology or biological science is required as well as certification as a Medical Laboratory Scientist or Medical Technologist or the ability to be certified. Must have: the demonstrated ability to communicate clearly, concisely and effectively with other medical personnel in both verbal and written form; demonstrated ability to independently organize and prioritize work, and to exercise initiative in recognizing and solving problems. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a diverse team.
Previous experience in Blood Banking is desirable.
This position is 40 hours on the midnight shift.
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