Laboratory

MT/MLT

Type: FT
Education: MLT: An associate's degree as a medical laboratory technician (M.L.T.) with the completion of an NCCLS or AMA approved M.L.T.training program is preferred. Licensure from the State of Tennessee Medical Laboratory Board as a generalist medical laboratory technician (M.L.T.). Registry as a M.L.T. from a national board of certification [C.A.P., M.T. (A.S.C.P.); A.M.T.; N.C.A, C.L.S.], is preferred. MT: A bachelor's degree in medical technology with the completion of an NCCLS or AMA approved medical technology training program is preferred. Licensure from the State of Tennessee Medical Laboratory Board as a generalist medical technologist (M.T.). Registry as a medical technologist from a national board of certification [C.A.P., M.T. (A.S.C.P.); A.M.T.; N.C.A, C.L.S.], is preferred.
Hours: Varied
Experience: MLT: Minimum of one (1) year experience under a qualified director is preferred. MT: Minimum of one (1) year experience under a qualified director is preferred.
Skills: MLT: Problem resolution, continuous quality improvement, quality assurance, quality control, and proficiency testing. Data result reporting. Proficiency in applying highly technical principles, concepts, and techniques; in verbal, written communication, and calculations that are central to the professional discipline. MT: Problem resolution, continuous quality improvement, quality assurance, quality control, and proficiency testing. Data result reporting. Proficiency in applying highly technical principles, concepts, and techniques; in verbal, written communication, and calculations that are central to the professional discipline.
Description:

MLT: This position is responsible for performing & evaluating the validity of technical laboratory procedures in all rotated clinical areas on neonate, pediatric, adolescent, adult & geriatric patient specimens to obtain data for use in the diagnosis & treatment of disease in accordance with CRMC & profession standards of practice; maintaining all aspects of quality assurance, control, & improvement; providing rapid & accurate reporting of results, preventative maintenance, & technical assistance; relaying & documenting all alert (critical) values appropriately; & models appropriate behavior as exemplified in the CRMC Mission and Values statement.

MT: This position is responsible for performing & evaluating the validity of technical laboratory procedures in all rotated clinical areas on neonate, pediatric, adolescent, adult & geriatric patient specimens to obtain data for use in the diagnosis & treatment of disease in accordance with CRMC & profession standards of practice; maintaining all aspects of quality assurance, control, & improvement; providing rapid & accurate reporting of results, preventative maintenance, & technical assistance; relaying & documenting all alert (critical) values appropriately; & models appropriate behavior as exemplified in the CRMC Mission and Values statement.

Phlebotomist/DCP

Type: FT
Education: DCP - A high school diploma or equivalent is required. Phlebotomist - A high school diploma or equivalent is required. Registry from a national board of certification (C.A.P., N.C.A) is preferred.
Hours: Varied
Experience: DCP - Minimum of one (1) year experience under a qualified director is preferred. Phlebotomist - Minimum of one (1) year experience under a qualified director is preferred.
Skills: DCP - Problem resolution, continuous quality improvement, quality assurance, and data result documentation. Proficiency in applying clerical principles, concepts, and techniques; in verbal & written communication that are central to the discipline Phlebotomist - Problem resolution, continuous quality improvement, quality assurance, and data result documentation. Proficiency in applying clerical principles, concepts, and techniques; in verbal & written communication that are central to the discipline