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University of Rochester Assistant Supervisor, Lab Med - 237107 in Rochester, New York

Assistant Supervisor, Lab Med Job ID 237107

Location Strong Memorial Hospital Full/Part Time Full-Time Favorite Job Regular/Temporary Regular Opening

Full Time 40 hours Grade 097 Automated Lab

Schedule

DAYS; WKNDS/HOLS

Responsibilities

Job Summary:

The Assistant Supervisor provides daily technical and administrative supervision of personnel in all aspects of the laboratory involving patient care functions. The Assistant Supervisor also functions as a Medical Technologist II as needed. In conjunction with the Faculty Director, Chief Supervisor and Supervisors, job duties include, but are not limited to:

Key Responsibilities:

  • Perform review of laboratory results and reports. Review data for accuracy, troubleshoot problems and discrepancies. Participate in all laboratory QA activities. (15%)

  • Assist in the training and instruction of laboratory policies and procedures. Participate in continuing education; Keep abreast of new developments in Chemistry and/or Hematology. (5%)

  • Oversee daily operations with accountability for the professional conduct and technical performance of personnel. Counsel and direct personnel as needed. (10%)

  • Assist in the assignment scheduling of personnel. Monitor QC trends, and other laboratory records as needed to meet the requirements of regulatory agencies. (5%)

  • Perform the duties of a Med Tech II. (40%)

  • Communicate effectively, both orally and written. Responsible for the communication of patient care problems to Supervisors, Residents, and/or Faculty Director. (5%).

  • Participate in and coordinate others in special projects, development of new procedures, laboratory housekeeping, equipment maintenance and the management of reagent/supply inventories. (5%)

  • Participate in the interview, performance review, and competency assessment processes. Recommend personnel actions including promotions, disciplinary action and termination. (2%)

  • Provide supervisory coverage for the laboratory in the absence of the Supervisor (2%).

  • Participate in the weekend and holiday supervisory coverage on a rotational basis (10%).

  • Other duties and projects as assigned (1%)

Other Demands:

  • Punctuality and a good attendance record.

  • Adherence to all University, Division and Department policies.

  • Professional discretion with confidential patient results and personnel counseling/disciplinary actions.

  • Adherence to all laboratory safety procedures.

  • Participation in continuing education including Human Resource leadership training.

  • May perform supervisory duties on weekend and holiday rotations, or to cover in the absence of Hematology-Chemistry Laboratory Supervisor.

  • Must be licensed by NYS as a clinical technologist.

  • Upholds URMC Meliora and ICARE Behaviors

Relationships/Authorities:

  • Assistant Supervisor reports to a Hematology-Chemistry Laboratory Supervisor.

  • Generally works independently, seeking guidance from laboratory Supervisors, Pathology Residents and/or Faculty.

Education/Experience:

  • MS in Clinical Chemistry, Chemistry or related science and at least 3 years of relevant clinical laboratory experience.

  • BS in Medical Technology and at least 6 years of relevant clinical laboratory experience.

  • BS degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology and at least 7 years of relevant clinical laboratory experience.

  • AAS with a total of 90 credit hours (per NYS distribution requirements) and at least 7 years of relevant clinical laboratory experience.

  • An equivalent combination of education and experience.

  • Must be licensed by the New York State Department of Education as a Clinical Laboratory Technologist.

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How To Apply

All applicants must apply online.

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