Fish Stringer Assembler Job Description Sample
Campus/Location:University Park CampusDate Announced:08/04/2017Date Closing:open until filled
Job Number:73334Work Unit: Student AffairsDepartment:Campus Recreation Tennis CenterFull/Part Time:Part–Time
A Racquet Stringer employed with Penn State Campus Recreation is primarily responsible for stringing/re-stringing tennis racquets to members and guests of the Tennis Center. Familiarity with the game of tennis and prior experience stringing racquets is preferred but not required.
Applicants must be able to work days, evenings, and weekends as necessary. A pplications will be kept on file through July 31, 2018 and will be reviewed as positions become available. Campus Recreation is a department within Student Affairs that provides fitness, wellness, and recreational programs to the campus community through the operation and administration of the new expanded and renovated 200,000 sf Intramural Building, the McCoy Natatorium, the 700-acre Stone Valley Outdoor Recreation Area, a Tennis Center including six clay courts and four indoor courts, the White Building, Adventure Recreation, Aquatics, Club Sports, Fitness and Wellness Programs, and Intramural Sports.
Company: Trinity Seafood
Zip Code: 08701
Minimum Level of Education: High School or Equivalent
Minimum Years of Experience: 0-1
Position Type: Non-Exempt
Travel Percentage: 0
Use hand or hand tools to perform routine cutting and trimming of seafood.
Tasks and Responsibilities:
Must have working knowledge of seafood production equipment.
Demonstrated ability to fillet all types of whole fish in accurate and timely manner.
Ability to reduce processing costs by cutting and sizing portions accurately with good yields
Clean, scrape, trim, fillet, and/or portion fish for future processing.
Weigh fish and tag containers for weight, contents and customer name
Separate fish and byproducts into specified containers and seal containers.
Prepare raw materials for further processing
Ensure that all product specifications are being met according to guidelines.
Ensure compliance of all company policies, procedures and safety guidelines.
Perform duties quickly to meet all deadlines imposed.
Portion cut product to meet customer specs and company yields
Prepare special cuts of fish product ordered by customers.
Maintain cleanliness of cut room, ensure work area is free of debris and abides by company safety policy.
Follow FDA requirements for the processing and production of Fresh/Frozen seafood
Complete other duties as requested by supervisor.
Responsible for following and maintaining company policies regarding employee handbook and corporate policies.
Skills Needed: Skills and Competencies:
Knowledge of raw materials, production processes, quality control, costs and other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture and distribution of goods.
Work independently, be reliable, responsible, dependable
Demonstrated ability to interact with others.
Capable of handling multiple tasks at once.
Demonstrated ability to adjust to sudden changes in customer demands or operational goals.
Demonstrated commitment to work until job is completed
Ability to read, comprehend and carry out simple instructions.
The work environment is cold (between the 35-45 degrees) and while performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to handle objects, or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee is occasionally required to sit and talk or hear. The employee must be able to lift and/or move items up to 25-80 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. May frequently be required to work OT (including weekends/days off)
For questions regarding the status of your application, please contact Sheila Santangelo at 732-276-4765
or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States.
Sysco is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer, and considers qualified applicants without regard to race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected factor under federal, state or local law.
This opportunity is available through Sysco Corporation, its subsidiaries and affiliates.
Nearest Major Market: Toms River
Night Warehouse Manager
Drug Testing: Required
Background Checks: Required
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Process fresh fish & seafood products for customer orders.
Maintain a safe & clean work place at all times.
Select products from pick ticket and stage orders.
Assemble customer orders from stock and places orders on pallets or shelves, or conveys orders to packing station or shipping department to prepare for shipping.
Fill requisitions, work orders, or requests for stock items and distributes items.
Use scaling machine to scale fish- involves standing for long periods.
High school diploma or GED; or one to three months related experience.
Must be able to work in refrigerated rooms from 30-36 degrees and freezers.
Ability to read/write and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos.
Ability to effectively communicate one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and employees.
Ability to add and subtract two digit numbers and to multiply and divide.
Able to use a scan gun.
Must frequently lift and/or move 15-50 pounds and up to 100 pounds with assistance. Specific vision abilities required by this job include Close vision, Distance vision, Peripheral vision, Depth perception and Ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to stand. The employee is frequently required to walk. The employee is occasionally required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; talk or hear and taste or smell.
Fish Quarantine Volunteer (Adults)
PURPOSE: : The Fish Quarantine Volunteer will work alongside the Animal Husbandry team at the off-site Batchelor Environmental Center to assist staff with responsibilities associated with Frost Sciences fish quarantine including feeding of fish, maintaining aquarium systems, exhibits preparation, and other routine duties related to animal care.
Assist with daily care, maintenance and appearance of exhibits; including cleaning filters, completing water changes, scrubbing algae, etc.
Preparation of food for daily feedings.
Assist with daily feeding of animals.
Assist with testing water quality parameters for various exhibits.
Complete behavioral observations and monitor exhibit health.
Assist with guest interactions and educational encounters.
Background or experience in biology, marine science, or animal science preferred.
Previous experience with animals desired.
Interest in working in a public animal care facility.
Reliable and punctual.
Ability to work well with different personalities in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to work independently or as part of a team.
Must be working towards the completion of a Bachelors degree or higher.
Must be 18 years or older.
WORKING CONDITIONS AND PHYSICAL EFFORT:
Work activities include bending, reaching, crawling, and lifting and carrying up to 50 pounds of weight.
This position requires working with tools and chemicals using appropriate personal protective equipment.
Work is performed outdoors with some work done indoors.
This position requires Level 2 background clearance as defined by Miami-Dade County Public Schools.
Drug screening as part of the Drug Free Workplace Program.
Must be able to commit to a minimum of 100 hours per year on a weekly or biweekly schedule.
Availability in mornings preferred.
IT Professional - Fish & Wildlife Service, Department Of The Interior
- This specialty covers first call resolution (FCR) [Tier I] and delivery of customer support Services including installation, troubleshooting, user assistance, and training.
- As required assigned work supporting Tier II.
- Functions include diagnosing and resolving problems in response to customer reported incidents, planning and analysis of work processes, researching and reporting trends and patterns of problems, developing training materials and performing computing/information system training sessions.
- Developing and maintaining problem tracking databases, installing, troubleshooting, and maintaining hardware and software, performing backup and recovery operations.
- Consulting with users to identify needs and requirements, conducting feasibility studies and trade-off analyses, preparing business cases, and ensuring the rigorous application of information security/information assurance policies, principles, and practices.
- This IT professional should have, in addition to Microsoft OS, skills and experience in mobile computing technologies.
- Security+ CE certification and MCSE is required.
- 2-4 years’ experience.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Ability to work independently at customer site.
The FISH Technologist is responsible for performing all aspects of testing in a clinical laboratory. They participate in documenting and implementing Quality Assurance (QA)/ Quality Control (QC)/Quality Inventory (QI) procedures. Performs scanning and microscope analysis of chromosomes and interphase nuclei for FISH on a variety of specimens. Conducts imaging, karyotyping, tissue culture, harvesting, slide preparation, and banding of specimens in suspensions and/or formalin fixed paraffin embedded tissues.
Follows the laboratory procedures for specimen handling and processing, test analyses, reporting and maintaining records of patient test results.
Performs and documents proficiency testing (PT) samples are tested in the same manner as patient specimens.
Adheres to the laboratory's quality control policies, documents all quality control activities, instrument and procedural calibrations and maintenance performed.
Follows the laboratory's established policies and procedures whenever test systems are not within the laboratory's established acceptable level of performance.
Demonstrates capability of identifying problems that may adversely affect test performance or reporting of test results and must either correct the problems or immediately notify the General Supervisor, technical Supervisor, or Laboratory Director.
Documents all corrective actions taken when test systems deviate from the laboratory's established performance specifications.
Determines the need for further studies to complete a diagnosis with the appropriate authority.
Demonstrates the ability to detect and correct technical and operational problems. Assists in review of data for quality assurance.
Exhibits skill and proficiency in applying technical principles and/or techniques of cytogenetics and/or FISH. Conducts on-the-job training for subordinate levels.
Performs routine procedures including recording sample and patient information.
Establishes and maintains sample cultures. Sets up cultures and harvests peripheral blood, bone core, lymph nodes, bone marrow and urology samples.
Harvests cultures, prepares, and bands slides or applies FISH probes and slide processing.
Assesses chromosome/slide quality and selects conditions for improvement to ensure maximum quality.
Scans slides, counts chromosomes and karyotype cells at the microscopic level on peripheral blood, bone core, lymph nodes, bone marrow and urology samples.
Accurate microscope analysis of cells and ISCN designations.
Captures images on a computerized system and prepares karyotypes for final reports.
Prepares final chromosome analysis and reports from culture initiation to final analysis of karyotypes. Utilizes imaging equipment for final review of cases.
Accurately enter case results into the reporting system for review by the Director.
Performs and documents preventative maintenance of lab equipment.
Requires a Bachelor of Science in biology or related field.
5 experience in high complexity testing in cytogenetics/FISH. Experience with UroVysion FISH a plus.
Current ASCP certification CG(ASCP) required.
Requires a high degree of care and attention with strict adherence to defined clinical testing protocols.
Demonstrated skills in technical data interpretation and ability to troubleshoot.
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Word, Excel, Outlook, and general working knowledge of Internet for business use.
Ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment.
Visual acuity (including color discrimination) and analytical skill to distinguish fine detail.
Manual dexterity to use common laboratory equipment and perform sterile techniques as required.
Must possess ability to sit and/or stand for long periods of time.
Must possess ability to perform repetitive motion.
Ability to lift up to 30 pounds.
May be required to handle blood-borne pathogens and general laboratory reagents.
Exposure to bodily fluids and some exposure to laboratory reagents including ethanol, acetic acid, some xylene.
This job description reflects management's assignment of essential functions. Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.
Production Worker (Wrapping Fly Rods) Sage Fly Fish
Do you sew, knit, crochet or make jewelry?
Then we may have a position that fits your skills. "Wrapping" involves attaching guides to the fly rods via use of thread, hand, and small machine accessories. You will receive training to learn the skills that allows us to craft the best fly rod in the industry.
SAGE is a brand recognized as a leader in the fly fishing industry. SAGE, Redington and RIO Products are all brands under the organization of Far Bank Enterprises. Our goal is to transform Far Bank into the leading outdoor company built around the fly fishing lifestyle.
Based on Bainbridge Island in Washington, we are looking for excited, fun, outdoor loving candidates to be part of our SAGE and Redington teams. Participate in an environment that lives the following Core Values:
We provide exceptional products
We offer extraordinary customer service
We have a pride and passion for our work, industry and business
We live with integrity in all we do We work hard, but we have fun
The challenge - and also reward - of this job is having the unique combination of hand and eye dexterity along with pride in attention to detail. This is an hourly position partnered with a competitive benefits package.
Being a manufacturing environment, we are a drug free workplace. This would require a pre-employment drug screen should you be selected.
Practice Administrator / 40 Hour / Days / BWH Fish Center And Osher Center
A great opportunity awaits a dynamic leader to be a part of two innovative Brigham and Women's ambulatory programs – The Fish Center for Women's Health, and The Osher Center for Integrative Medicine – come join us!
GENERAL SUMMARY/ OVERVIEW STATEMENT:
The mission of the Gretchen and Edward Fish Center for Women's Health is to provide integrated, gender-specific care across a range of specialties as well as Primary Care, and to serve as a site for clinician-researchers to expand knowledge of gender-specific risks, manifestations and symptoms of disease and responses to treatment that can be replicated and applied in other settings. Under this matrixed organizational structure, the Division of Women's Health provides ultimate programmatic oversight and direction of the Fish Center, and BWH Ambulatory Services is responsible for the operational management. The Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, a collaboration between Harvard Medical School and BWH, is focused on enhancing human health, resilience, and quality of life. Both practices are contiguously located within the Brigham and Women's Health Care Center – Chestnut Hill, located at 850 Boylston Street.
The Practice Administrator for the BWH Fish Center and Osher Center is primarily responsible for the coordination and consistent delivery of the range of ambulatory specialty services and integrative medicine services at the Fish and Osher Centers, respectively. This includes all clinical specialty services provided within the Fish Center, interface with relevant BWH Departments, regular interaction with all Fish Center and Osher Center providers, and operational and administrative oversight of these inter-disciplinary practices. Ability to work effectively and collaboratively in a matrix managed environment, with a strong focus on building relationships and partnering with Fish Primary Care leadership to ensure a "One Fish" patient experience. Working with direct reports (Practice Managers of Fish Center Specialties, Fish Center Dermatology, and Osher Practice Coordinator), as well as Medical Directors within the Fish Center and Osher Center, Practice Administrator sets the tone and expectation that each Fish and Osher team member must embody a commitment to high quality patient care standards, a commitment to collaboration and teamwork, and a dedication to putting every patient first, every day.
Practice Administrator provides daily oversight of Centers' clinical and administrative operation. Working with the Practice Managers and Osher Practice Coordinator, facilitates a positive and efficient working relationship between staff and providers, and serves as an intermediary (along with Medical Director as needed) between providers and staff to facilitate communication, address issues proactively.
The Practice Administrator is responsible for all aspects of the clinical operations within the Fish Center specialties and Osher practices including but not limited to oversight of human resources, process flow, customer service, patient access, physical plant, and TJC and DPH compliance. The Practice Administrator will collaborate with and assist leadership regarding new process implementation as well as special projects as they arise. This role is expected to facilitate the prompt resolution of problems that arise daily and to collaborate with other Practice Managers/Coordinators in providing a consistent standard of service in both Fish and Osher Centers. The Practice Administrator will work closely with the Executive Director to develop, document, implement and monitor policies and procedures for efficient, patient and doctor-friendly clinical operations across both Centers.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Practice Operations – Fish Center and Osher Center
The Practice Administrator is expected to be on-site during clinical sessions, unless assigned to activities that require time away from the Fish and Osher Centers. Provides oversight, direction, support and assistance regarding operations of both Centers.
Responsible for oversight of all day to day operations, compliance, physical plant and patient satisfaction.
Serves as a resource for the Fish Center and Osher Center management teams for problem solving and troubleshooting issues surrounding the clinical operations.
Effective partner to Fish Center Primary Care to ensure a seamless patient experience across the entire Fish Center.
Reviews the ongoing management of all clinical operations, discusses and resolves any administrative problems that arise, and directs and engages team in the planning of improvements in existing clinical services.
Drives program development efforts to support Fish Center and Osher Center strategic goals, respectively.
Working with leadership, ensure alignment between Fish Center Specialties (medical specialties, Neurology, Gynecology, and Dermatology) and the overall vision, mission, direction, goals, and objectives for the operation of the Fish Center; this includes collaboration with, acting as an on-site leadership resource to, and being an effective matrixed resource for Fish Primary Care leadership.
For both Fish Center and Osher Center, participates in the implementation of the strategic plans, establishes and achieves long range goals, and ensures that change is implemented in alignment with overall vision and goals.
Provides training and orientation for new hires; ensures all team members in both Centers are well-oriented.
Provides operational data and dashboard, including interpretation to leadership on a consistent basis and as requested.
Budget and fiscal responsibility, including consistent reporting and review of fiscal variances as requested by leadership.
Participates in the development and implementation of policies and procedures consistent with the department and hospital policies and procedures.
Monitor and use Press Ganey patient satisfaction and patient complaints to manage & motivate team in a continuous improvement culture.
Proactively and regularly work with on-site and remote BWH, Partners, or vendor-based resources to coordinate administrative, technical, and facilities support to ensure smooth operation, resolve issues (scheduling, facility, HR, patient flow/complaints, equipment, vendors) or support the Centers' various service lines as appropriate.
Coordinate the resources to sustain a team-oriented and "patient first" culture in Centers, coaching and re-training as needed.
Assures appropriate staffing sufficient to provide effective service to patients and physicians. Continually evaluates staffing, assets, and resource utilization to improve efficiencies and service delivery and regularly reports this information to the Director.
Supervise direct reports; through collaborative communication exert influence over other areas to ensure positive, seamless patient experience and motivated team members.
Develops and promotes the use of effective methods of communicating with administrators, physicians, managers, peers, trainees, and staff on a regular basis.
Maintains an in-depth knowledge of the changing health care environment. Supports and implements programmatic initiatives for care improvement and cost reduction.
Assures compliance with BWH, TJC, OSHA, DPH and state and federal regulations. Ensures the regular performance of all audits and staff trainings required to support constant readiness. Where required, works with BWH Ambulatory Nursing and Pathology resources to implement and oversee all point of service testing requirements including CAP and BWH lab policies and procedures.
Ensures healthy and collaborative administrative relationships within the Fish Center, Osher Center, relevant departments, and Partners HealthCare System.
Communication – Fish Center and Osher Center
Maintains effective, regular communication with all staff, the Executive Director, providers, Department resources, Primary Care leadership, Fish and Osher Medical Directors, and BWH Ambulatory leadership as necessary.
Facilitates excellent communication between and within Fish Center and Osher Center teams, BWH leadership, BWH Ambulatory Nursing as needed.
Works collaboratively with management team to address issues, set goals, and ensure proactive efforts are in place to tackle patient/staff feedback, needs, and ideas from any of the Fish Center /Osher Center practice areas.
Work effectively within a matrixed management environment, building relationships with BWPO, BWH, and PCPO departments remotely.
Serves as an intermediary between BWH Ambulatory and practices as needed.
Attends and represents Fish Center and Osher Center at 850-, Ambulatory-, and related BWH-meetings.
Meets on a regular basis with the Executive Director.
Holds regular, productive meetings with direct reports.
Operates within budget guidelines (Fish and Osher Centers) under the supervision of the Director.
Review monthly financial reports for Fish Center Specialties and Osher Center, analyze with BWH Budget office & Executive Director, and provide explanation for variances.
Responsible for budget preparation and meeting budget expectations; lead annual budgeting process for the Centers; create operating efficiencies and expense management system.
Responsible for the cost center fiscal management of all areas of responsibility, including managing to a margin. Establishes and achieves financial goals and measures, monitors, and ensures the on-going financial performance of all areas of responsibility.
Human Resources Management
Responsible for managing personnel issues, including hiring, firing, and evaluation decisions for support staff in Fish and Osher Centers. Implements all institutional policies related to all phases of personnel activity, including recruitment, interviewing, benefits, orientation, performance evaluations performed on time, promotions, transfers, and terminations.
Updates job descriptions, makes decisions regarding employee requests, delegates duties, conducts staff meetings, coordinates and conducts performance appraisals in timely fashion, monitoring progress and attainment of mutually agreed upon goals for direct reports. Provides opportunities for cross-training and career path development. Acts as a mentor to facilitate team growth; for issues of professional compliance, collaborates with Ambulatory Nursing Director or Medical Director as appropriate.
Utilizes a "Just Culture" approach, and ensures all direct reports implement same.
Proactive leadership of all recruiting, hiring, retention, and HR-related needs; involve Executive Director, Ambulatory Nursing Director, and/or Medical Director as needed.
Transmits and interprets institutional policies to supervisors and employees.
Provides coverage during absences or vacancy of Fish Specialties and/or Osher management.
Ensures appropriate training of employees. Assesses employee work-load and implements changes as needed. Provides effective guidance and direction to all support staff.
Facilitates a good working relationship between the practice staff, physicians and administration.
Conducts staff meetings on regular basis and maintains notes of discussions.
Reviews and updates all job descriptions for assigned staff on an annual basis.
Other Administrative Responsibilities
Administrative leadership role, developing and coaching Fish and Osher managers and staff.
Consistently meets all deadlines for deliverables or activities as established by the Executive Director.
Serves on departmental and/or hospital committees as assigned by the Senior Administrator.
Provides coverage for staff as appropriate.
Maintains effective and complete communication with Executive Director, Medical Director, staff and physicians.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Must have at least five years of progressively responsible experience in a healthcare environment as well as supervisory experience.
Prior leadership experience, preferably in a matrix-managed environment.
Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree in related finance or healthcare field preferred.
Proven ability to build, lead, and retain high-performing teams of diverse, multidisciplinary, multi-departmental stakeholders at varied levels of academic and professional experience.
Proven track record of delivering outstanding customer service in a high-volume setting.
Working experience in Massachusetts healthcare and/or similar academic medical center environment strongly preferred.
Excellent communication skills a must.
A flexible, entrepreneurial, "can-do" attitude required.
SKILLS/ ABILITIES/ COMPETENCIES REQUIRED:
Applicable, general knowledge of:
Human resource management;
Financial systems, payroll, expense and budget management;
Strategic planning and implementation;
Quality improvement process management;
General understanding of reimbursement issues;
Strong interpersonal, organization, written and verbal skills must be demonstrated.
Superior financial skills, including accounting, forecasting, and technological applications such as Excel.
Exceptional organizational skills and the flexibility to handle multiple tasks and deadline pressures.
Ability to interact professionally with staff at all levels and across multiple departments/service lines; demonstrated leadership skills across a broad range of constituents.
Ability to work independently, to prioritize, and to multi-task.
Ability to resolve complex issues in a collaborative fashion.
Ability to assess, coach, schedule, and train all non-clinical support staff for customer service excellence; exhibit commitment to improving service for internal and external customers.
Ability to manage multiple, complex, and concurrent projects.
Exceptional judgment and discretion in interacting with physicians and senior management on sensitive issues.
Ability to identify, utilize, and leverage resources to accomplish a goal.
Possess creativity, self-motivation, and excellent judgment for planning and implementing new policies/procedures.
Ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment.
Multi-disciplinary ambulatory healthcare environment.
Office atmosphere, frequent walking required.
Working conditions are often hectic and stressful.
Cross-functional operations require working cross-departmentally.
- Directly supervise 2 Fish Practice Managers, 1 Osher Practice Coordinator, and multiple indirect reports.
Financial analysis, budgeting, expense management.
Post Doc Position: Ecological Modeling And Fish Ecology
Participate in research projects to develop and apply various models (e.g., multi-variate statistical, spatially-explicit bioenergetics) to explore the ecological responses of fish populations and communities in inland lakes and the Laurentian Great Lakes to land-use, invasive species and other anthropogenic stressors. The incumbent will be expected to make use of physical/biological field data, as well as output from other models in developing and applying novel analyses.
In addition, the incumbent will interact and help mentor undergraduate and graduate students, prepare manuscripts, and give presentations at national conferences. Opportunities to participate in developing research proposals and teaching university courses may be available.
Minimum qualifications include a PhD in Fisheries, Ecology, or related field. Strong quantitative skills and a willingness to work with interdisciplinary research teams are required. Experience in developing or using bioenergetics, simulation and/or food web models are desired.
Fish Cytogenetics Molecular Technologist III Full-Time, Days
Integrated Regional Laboratories
Medical Technologist III – Full-time(1.0 FTE), Days
Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization –Core Laboratory
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Integrated Regional Laboratories(IRL) includes thirteen HCA hospital laboratories in Palm Beach, Broward, Dade,Saint Lucie and Okeechobee counties and one Core Laboratory in BrowardCounty. Through the process of re-engineering and the application of leadingedge automation technology, IRL has transformed laboratory operations in theHCA East Florida market into an integrated service network.
IRL is a member of the nation'sleading provider of healthcare services, Hospital Corporation of America. HCA Rankson Fortune's list of Most Admired Companies for three consecutive years. Inaddition, HCA has also been named one of Ethisphere's World's Most EthicalCompanies. Join our tradition of excellence!
We offer a generous compensationpackage for Full-time and Part-time including: vacation, 401k, and MedicalInsurance.
The MedicalTechnologist III Performs flow cytometry or moleculardiagnostic studies under the direction of a laboratory supervisor, manager ordirector
Technologists in FISH usually don'twork on weekends. Only if extremely necessary.
Shift: Days only.
Department is very small. Twoemployees for now. However we're growing and bring in new tests do be done inhouse instead of sending it out.
Job Responsibilities include but arenot limited to:
Ability to process FISH tests including, basic test and patient's data entry and verification, slide preparation, hybridization, scoring and interpretation of results using correct ISCN nomenclature
Monitor working reagents, buffers, solutions and probes.
Analyze FISH tests using both manual and automated procedures.
Proper documentation and archiving
Work up diagnostic medical reports.
Monitor specimen adequacy, hybridization quality and troubleshooting.
Documentation of all maintenance logs as needed
Knowledgeable of all policies and procedures for all relevant testing events.
Proper communication with clients, laboratory personnel and pathologists.
Performs duties consistent with written procedures and regulatory requirements.
Performs stat procedures within established turnaround time targets.
Applies theoretical concepts of laboratory medicine using independent judgement to ensure timely and accurate results.
Performs non-technical duties including, but not limited to specimen receipt, processing, storage, retrieval and submission for samples for referral testing as required.
Takes pertinent corrective action when the patient, control, standard, calibration and/or proficiency results are not within appropriate guidelines.
Supports the department in achieving department goals for service, quality, regulatory compliance, financial performance, patient satisfaction, healthy work environment, and integration of intra and inter-departmental activities.
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Required Job Qualifications include:
Must be licensed as a Technologist in Hematology and Molecular in the state of FL
Associate's degree in Science field required
Bachelor's Degree or higher, preferably in Biology/Molecular/Genetics preferred
6 years of experience working flow or molecular specialty areas required
Previous cytogenetics experience or FISH experience preferred
Working knowledge of computers (Word and Excel).
Ability to understand and communicate effectively.
Ability to work independently
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