University of Rochester Lab Clinical Supt Tech III - 219900 in Rochester, New York
Lab Clinical Supt Tech III Job ID 219900
Strong Memorial Hospital
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Full Time 40 hours Grade 092 Clinical Trials Logistics
Under direction from the Clinical Trials Specimen Logistics Operations Coordinator and Department Manager, and with some latitude for independent judgment, supports daily activities maintaining laboratory and equipment (centrifuges, refrigerators, and freezers), receives and accessions biological specimens for multi-center clinical trials and internal clinical research projects for the clinical trials central laboratory (CTCL, performs necessary processing (centrifuging, aliquoting, freezing), and triages specimens for analysis or storage. Identifies and documents non-conforming specimens and associated paperwork. Print forms and labels, track, package and ship biological specimens. Perform general clerical functions (file, copy, fax, and scan) to support to CTCL staff and clinical trials and research projects. Follows project specifications and communicates specimen related information to project management, laboratory sections and external reference laboratories. Communicates roadblocks and identifies opportunities for process improvement. Perform all work in compliance with Good Clinical Practices (GCP)
Receive, Accession and Triage Biological Specimens
Enter and maintain accurate specimen information in the Clin Axys II laboratory information system.
Identify and document non-conforming and/or discrepant materials and paperwork
Create orders in SoftLab LIS for non-interfaced testing
Create and manage specimen tracking lists, logs, and manifests
Package biological specimens for shipment in accordance with all applicable regulations such as DOT (Department of Transportation) and IATA (International Air Transport Association) regulations
Maintain Biorepository storage specimens
Enter specimens into short and long term storage, recording exact physical locations in the ClinAxys II system
Retrieve specimens as necessary for analysis or shipment to other facilities
Accurately record all sample movements to provide traceability for specimen locations and status (thawed, re-frozen, extracted to DNA, reviewed by pathologist, etc)
Support daily operations for research studies and clinical trials
Answer telephone and e-mail inquiries from internal departments regarding specimens.
Communicate project indicators to project management.
Assist with the design of forms and labels required to identify samples submitted for testing.
Track delivery of inbound packages through FedEx
Participate in client tours and regulatory inspections
Maintain laboratory and associated equipment
Complete daily checklist for maintaining a clean and safe work environment
Perform routine maintenance of laboratory equipment such as centrifuges, pipets, refrigerators and freezers
Identify equipment or facility issues and report them to management
Maintain all records in an audit-ready state
Other duties and projects as assigned.
Ability to manage multiple competing priorities and projects.
Ability to interact effectively and professionally with co-workers, customers, and vendors.
Good computer and organizational skills.
Ability to adjust work schedule if needed to meet project timelines.
A 4 year college education which included Laboratory Sciences and technical training closely related to this position; or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required; or a 2 year college education leading to an Associate degree in Laboratory Sciences and/or related technical subjects and 2 years of directly related experience.
A combination of formal training and experience equivalent to the above
Experience in laboratory research and familiarity with Laboratory Information Systems preferred.
How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
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