Medical Lab Technician - Medical Technologist
St. Joseph Health System - Michigan - Tawas City, MI

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This position is full time, 36 hours per week, mid-nights.

The Medical Laboratory Technician/Medical Technologist is responsible for the
performance of all clinical laboratory test procedures using manual, microscopic and automated methodologies.

Performance of quality control at appropriate intervals and the documentation of corrective action as indicated.
Performance of calibration at appropriate intervals.
Performance of maintenance for all instrumentation according to manufacturer’s specifications.
Monitor performance of Technical Assistants.
Assist with training of new staff
Assist the Director of Laboratory Services with projects as assigned.
Identify problems and communicate them to appropriate personnel for resolution.
Other duties as assigned.

Qualified as a Laboratory Technologist prior to February 28, 1992.
Associates Degree Applied Science or Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Technology.

One year clinical laboratory experience preferred, new graduates will be considered.

Working knowledge of the clinical laboratory environment.
Must be able to work independently or with minimal supervision.
Ability to organize and prioritize work.
Ability to communicate both in verbal and written format.
Ability to work as part of a team.

AAB, ASCP, AMT, HEW, NCA preferred but not required.

Physical Demands
Standing: Essential; Constant
Walking: Essential; Frequently
Sitting: Occasional
Reclining: Not Required
Lifting floor to table: Occasional
Lifting table to shoulder: Occasional
Lifting above shoulder: Occasional
Lifting by weight (lbs.): Occasional, 50 LBS.
Carrying: Occasional
Pushing: Occasional
Pulling: Occasional
Climbing: Not Required
Balancing: Not Required
Stooping / Bending: Frequently
Kneeling: Not Required
Crouching: Occasional
Crawling: Not Required
Reaching: Frequently
Handling: Essential; Constant
Finger Dexterity: Essential; Constant
Feeling: Not Required
Talking: Essential; Frequently
Hearing: Essential; Frequently
Tasting / Smelling: Essential; Frequently
Vision Color Distinction: Essential; Frequently
Depth Perception: Essential; Frequently
Field of Vision: Occasional

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