Plumas District Hospital

Clinical Laboratory Scientist, Full-Time

Job Locations US-CA-Quincy
Type Regular Full-Time
Job ID
2020-1146
Category
Laboratory Services
Min
USD $40.55/Hr.
Max
USD $51.75/Hr.

Overview

Clinical Laboratory Scientists (CLS) performs all the tests provided by the laboratory to obtain relevant clinical information for the physicians used in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Due to the size of the hospital and patient load, the staff CLS must be able to work by him/herself and successfully accomplish assigned administrative and technical duties normally taken care of by the Laboratory Manager. CLS also participates in other duties relevant to laboratory services, patient care, quality assurance, policy and the safety of hospital employees.

Plumas District Hospital may be able to considering sponsoring H1b visa applicants. We may additionally consider green card sponsorship but not until an employee has worked for us as a CLS for one year and is in good standing. We are unable to support sponsorship of family members at this time.

Qualifications

Responsible for all tests provided by the lab to be used in diagnosis & treatment. Perform complex medical tests to provide accurate results. Prepare all reagents, control, reference sera & other solutions used in the laboratory. Experience in the utilization of Vitros 5600, Ortho Diagnostic, Clinitek 100, ACL 100, ABX Pentra 60 & microscopes to perform proper medical testing. Participate in other duties relevant to laboratory services, QA, policy and the safety of hospital & staff.

Required Education:  Must have a valid California CLS license.

Experience:  Experience in all routine areas of the clinical lab and can demonstrate ability to adequately work alone, the extent of this is to be determined by the Laboratory Manager. Successful experience in dealing with the public preferred.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:  Computer keyboard skills necessary.

Physical Requirements:  See attached addendum.

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