Great Falls Clinic PRN - Clinic Laboratory Scientist in Great Falls, Montana
PRN ELITE REQUIREMENTS:
Minimum 2 years of experience in designated position.
Scheduled for at least one organization designated holiday or 2 weekends per calendar year.
Scheduled for a minimum of 500 hours per calendar year.
PRN ELITE QUARTERLY BONUS OPPORTUNITIES:
Bronze – Schedule a minimum of 96 hours per quarter with a $200 bonus
Silver – Schedule a minimum of 192 hour per quarter with a $500 bonus
Gold– Schedule a minimum of 240 hours per quarter with a $1000 bonus
*Premium Pay rates are determined by position and need.
Under the general supervision of the Laboratory Manager and the assigned Dept. Supervisor, performs and interprets routing and complex laboratory examination in a high complexity (CLIA) environment. Assesses and verifies the validity of the results before releasing them to the providers. Assist in the development and writing new procedures and techniques. Perform related duties incidental to the work described herein. Microbiology experience preferred, but not required.
BA/BS degree from college or university in Medical Technology or related field along with the successful completion of a clinical internship (NAACLS accredited or equivalent).
Current Montana State CLS or CLT license; MT (ASCP) or other nationally recognized registry.
Ability to work with minimal direct supervision; exercise independent judgment, decision-making and discretion in reporting patient results.
Ability to organize workload to produce optimum productivity; perform in a competent manner in all assigned departments.
Ability to perform specimen collection involving phlebotomy, culture collection and/or assisting providers with bone marrows. This will involve patients ranging in age from neonates to elderly.
Ability to communicate effectively with other staff members and patients in oral or written format in accordance with their education level and understanding.
Ability to read, write, speak, analyze, interpret and understand the English language with sufficient proficiency to understand:
Operating instructions and procedure manuals.
Specimen processing instructions and data analysis.
Handbooks, policy and related documents.
Ability to discriminate color for cellular and color producing analyze recognition.
Ability to demonstrate manual dexterity to handle devices and specimens in a rapid but safe manner.
Ability to interact with computer directed devices using keyboards, mouse, software and related devices to access the Laboratory Information System (LIS) and other computer directed equipment.
Ability and willingness to assist in the development and writing of new procedures and techniques.
Ability and willingness to participate in Proficiency Testing and educational activities to keep abreast of changes and suggest need for further training.