Do you have a BS in Chemistry, Biology, Clinical Lab Science or Medical Technology, MT (ASCP) Certification, and at least 3+ years of Clinical Lab Supervisor or Management experience? This Clinical Lab Manager role could be the perfect next step in your career path!
We're looking for a passionate Clinical Lab Manager to join the Rocky Mount, NC team: – 1st shift, Monday – Friday from 8:00am – 5:00pm – MT (ASCP) certification required – 3+ years of clinical laboratory supervisory experience – Contract-to-Hire opportunity with a renowned leader!
What You'll Do:
The Clinical Lab Manager will oversee the operation and administration of a large and robust client-based Clinical Lab, that involves leading 22 team members within a CLIA-certified clinical laboratory that includes:
Manage all functions, staff (technical, support and clerical), workflow and supply management of the clinical laboratory and satellite locations.
Align department goals and priorities with client, corporate, divisional and laboratory-wide goals and priorities.
Act as a primary liaison with the client and the members of the client's management staff, along with the Labcorp team. Communicate with client, sales team and management teams on a routine basis to resolve problems and ensure appropriate and timely resolutions.
Ensure proper staffing to meet the workload demands and maximize productivity, including evaluating workflow to determine priority of work to maintain quality and acceptable turnaround time.
Routinely evaluate staff performance, including individualized coaching and reviews, providing timely feedback.
Track data and perform analyses to support evidence-based decision making.
Actively lead department communication and staff development. Engage, challenge and develop staff through continuing education opportunities, mentoring, coaching, training and special projects.
Lead problem solving, conflict resolution, performance improvement and disciplinary action to maintain team members.
Maintain high standards for quality of care, patient, and team member safety.
In conjunction with both the client and team, evaluate all quality activities including training and competency, proficiency testing, standardization, audits and inspections, and performance indicators to meet regulatory and accreditation standards. Implement performance improvement measures as needed.
Revise, standardize, and implement both Procedure and Policy documents for all areas of the laboratory.
Have working knowledge of the LIS system and EMR, as well as the operational processes of these systems.
Prepare instrumentation and workstation for assigned testing.
Properly handle specimens and resolve technical specimen issues in preparation for analysis and specimen storage, contacting internal customers for clarification if needed.
Resolve routine and non-routine assay issues.
Perform experiments for evaluation of new Calibrator and/or QC lots, summarizing results of investigations and compiling data for review.
Documents and interpret QC results according to Westgard rules or established procedures and document biases, warnings and violations of control rules.
Document corrective actions for unusual occurrences such as QC violations or instrument-related issues.
Analyze proficiency testing survey samples as patient samples.
Perform parallel testing, linearity's, stability and other QC practices as needed to ensure validity of material prior to using.
Document data properly and generate appropriate audit trails.
Calibrate instruments, equipment and assays as required and perform basic instrument and equipment troubleshooting, as well as pipette calibrations.
What You'll Bring:
BS in Chemistry, Biology, Clinical Laboratory Science, Medical Technology or a related degree, and able to meet CLIA and state requirements.
At least 3+ years of clinical laboratory supervisory experience, as well as experience within a Physician Office.
Current MT (ASCP) Certification.
COLA Accreditation experience.
Strong verbal and written skills, with the ability to work well with both direct team and leadership.
Solid knowledge of and advocacy for personal protection measures, safety regulations, and accident avoidance measures.
This role includes vision requirements:
Far acuity, with the ability to see clearly at 20 feet or more.
Near acuity, and the ability to see clearly at 20 inches or less.
The hourly compensation for this position is anticipated to be approximately $35.00 – $46.00 per hour.
Take the next big step in your career and Apply Now!
Questions? Contact Sophie DeRepentigny directly at Sophie@CarexScientific.com
Carex is a Certified Minority-Owned & Woman-Owned Business.Carex Consulting Group is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status.