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Medical Lab Scientist PRN, micro 1st shift

Company: Sarasota Memorial Health
Location: Sarasota
Posted on: May 23, 2023

Job Description:

Department Microbiology Job Summary Under the supervision of Technical Supervisor and Shift Supervisor, performs laboratory tests to obtain data for use in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Follows all hospital and laboratory policies, guidelines, procedures and protocols. May assume charge duties in absence of Supervisor. Required Qualifications - Require a Bachelor s degree in a health science program or medical laboratory science. A minimum of five (5) years of relevant work experience can be considered in lieu of required degree. Employees hired prior to 1/1/09 are grandfathered into this position. - Require current Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS) license under Chapter 483, Part IV, Florida Statute: 61F-5; or must be obtained within ninety (90) days of hire date.Note: Limited scope of practice will be utilized until licensure has been obtained.Limited Scope: Results entry will not be performed. Preferred Qualifications - Prefer a minimum of one (1) year experience in a clinical laboratory. - Prefer excellent communication and listening skills. - Prefer demonstrated organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple priorities. - Prefer basic working knowledge of commonly used computer applications and office. - Prefer qualification as an ASCP, AMT, NCA, or an equivalent medical laboratory scientist. Mandatory EducationPreferred EducationRequired License and CertsPreferred License and Certs work variable hours on first shift with some weekends and holidays.

Keywords: Sarasota Memorial Health, Sarasota , Medical Lab Scientist PRN, micro 1st shift, Healthcare , Sarasota, Florida

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