Technical Assoc I (S) - Phlebotomist Hybrid
Provides direct research and specimen collection at the professional entry level. This role is a hybrid of both technical lab skills and phlebotomy skills for research sample collection.
Under general guidance and with latitude for exercising independent technical judgment, performs research related activities limited in scope and complexity in a specialized field. Responsibilities include most or all of the following, as well as other related duties: Works independently with only occasional suggestions in modifying, varying or adapting standard laboratory procedures to meet special needs of research protocols. Operates laboratory equipment and apparatus such as freezers, centrifuges, pipettors, and blood processing equipment. Performs processing of specimens including centrifuge, aliquoting and preparation for transport including computer logging, packaging and appropriate prioritization actions for specimen integrity. Performs patient phlebotomy blood draws for research patients following established patient registration, identification, phlebotomy, and clinical trial protocols. Collects, processes, classifies and catalogs specimens. Keeps abreast of trends in field of interest by reading professional journals and attending meetings, institutes and seminars.
Bachelor's degree with major course work in field of assignment, and 1 year of related work experience involving direct assistance to researchers; or any equivalent combination of experience, training and education. Phlebotomy training and experience preferred but not required.
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Pay Range: $ 37,000 - $ 64,100 Annually
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