Clinical Laboratory Asst Mgr

Updated: 15 days ago
Location: Campus, ILLINOIS
Job Type: FullTime

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Job Title:
Clinical Laboratory Asst Mgr

University Hospital | Critical Care Laboratory

The Critical Care Laboratory (CCL) provides comprehensive, time sensitive laboratory services to patients with a variety of diagnoses and admission/discharge criteria. The CCL utilizes a state-of-the-art total laboratory automation (TLA) system that processes and delivers specimens to automated chemistry, immunochemistry, hematology, and coagulation analyzers. Additional areas of testing in the CCL include specialized coagulation, urinalysis, body fluid, blood gas, rapid molecular, and kit testing.  The lab provides training for residents, new staff and medical technology students. The laboratory is staffed 24 hours per day, Sunday through Saturday and services all OSUWMC inpatient areas as well as the University Reference Laboratory and OSU Physician Office testing needs.

The assistant manager (AD) is responsible for the daily operations of the Critical Care Laboratory and provides leadership within the area. This position works in concert with the manager to direct projects and execute validation studies for all sections of the laboratory.  Duties include oversite of laboratory operations, CAP/CLIA compliance, QA, safety, timekeeping, scheduling, testing strategies, test platform validations, information technology and automation as well as platform performance and problem resolution. The AD assists with P3 evaluations, corrective action, budgeting, purchasing, and new equipment evaluation. Administrative duties also include oversight and training of technical and shift lead personnel, systemwide standardization of processes (as applicable) and assistance with the ongoing work and development performed by Leads.  The AD works under the direction of the operations director, and lab manager as well as the clinical laboratory medical director and division directors.
Minimum Education Required
bachelor’s degree with MT(ASCP) certification or higher is required with 4 years of post-degree clinical laboratory experience at a minimum. Degree must emanate from a National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory (NAACLS) accredited program or equivalent.  Previous leadership and supervisory/management experience highly desirable.

Required Qualifications
Degree in Medical Laboratory Technology with ASCP/AMT, MT or MLS Medical Board Certification is required. Master’s degree also accepted but must be accompanied by Medical Technologist Certification.

Additional Information:

Rhodes Hall (0354)

Position Type:

Scheduled Hours:

First Shift

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