Do you have a BS in Chemistry, Biology, Clinical Lab Science or Medical Technology and are looking to join a Global Life Science Leader? This Clinical Medical Monitoring LC-MS Technologist Trainee role could be the perfect start to your career path!
We're looking for a passionate entry-level Technologist Trainee to join the largest health care diagnostic company in the world as an important part of the 2nd shift team. This role is a 9 month contract with only a 4 day workweek and provides exceptional experience with a well-known and admired company! The position is onsite in the Saint Paul Medtox Laboratory and is Sunday, Monday, Friday and Saturday from 1pm – 11:30pm.
What You'll Do:
The ToxAssure Laboratory Team is is seeking a science professional that is looking to use their science degree / background and receive on the job training working in a fast-paced environment performing LC-MS high complexity testing on patient samples. This Bench uses over 30 LC-MS/MS methods.
The Technologist Trainee conducts qualitative and quantitative chemical analyses within a SAMHSA-certified drug testing lab and CAP and CLIA-certified clinical laboratory that includes:
Work with LC-MS/MS instrumentation utilizing cloud-based processing platform, Ascent.
Receive extracted specimens for testing; evaluate batches and test orders; determine priority of work for these batches in order to maintain acceptable turnaround time
This position requires large amounts of daily electronic data analysis, done on computer stations outside of the laboratory
Recognize unacceptable and unusual specimen(s) within a batch or within a set of Hamilton Deck Mates (4 batches) and handle appropriately
Adhere to SOP while performing data analysis on patient and proficiency samples as well as calibration, quality control and blank samples
Evaluate raw and final data for accuracy; recognize and correct errors and unusual results; interpret results to produce a final report
Follow quality control rules; monitor controls / calibration for error detection within batch along with trends within QC sets of an assay and take appropriate corrective action as needed
Maintain, calibrate and clean instrumentation / work area; perform scheduled/routine maintenance and critical function checks; recognize significant changes in instrument function; troubleshoot as indicated
Maintain accurate records and documentation for all laboratory tests and equipment including, but not limited to, instrument logs, maintenance logs, disinfection logs and assay SOPs
Follow a proactive approach to assay performance and instrument performance to prevent downtime and delay of reporting results to clients and patients
Evaluate, use and/or prepare laboratory reagents, standards and quality controls according to established department standard operating procedures and established timeframes
Use Good Documentation Practiced (GDP) in all documentation
Deliver accurate high quality patient care while maintaining efficiency
What You'll Bring:
BS in Chemistry, biology, clinical laboratory, medical technology or related discipline.
A willingness to learn and 0-2 years of experience.
Prior experience not required at Technologist Trainee level.
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment to meet established turnaround times.
Basic knowledge of the chemical composition, structure and properties of substances and of the chemical processes and transformations they undergo.
Beginning ability to analyze data and accurately document and record results.
Effective project management and time management skills.
Written and verbal communication skills, attention to detail, and problem solving skills.
Take the next big step in your career and Apply Now! Questions? Contact Andie Veach directly at Andie@CarexScientific.com
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