Medical Technologist - Chemistry:
$15,000 Sign-On Bonus
Location: Sayre, PA
Direct Hire, Full time - Days (Rotate), Competitive Compensation, based on experience, Excellent Benefits Package
Education: Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology is preferred. A Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Sciences may be considered with relevant experience in a Clinical Laboratory. A year's internship in a Clinical Laboratory School of Medical technology is highly preferred.
Medical Technologists meeting the criteria for licensure by NYSDOH are preferred. If working at a NY lab site, a NY license is required. A licensed Medical Technologist with NYSDOH will be considered with or without a Bachelor's degree. HEW certification as a Medical Technologist may be considered. A minimum of 12 CEU's are required annually.
Experience: Certifications as a Medical Technologist by the ASCP Board of Registry or Board Eligible Preferred. A working knowledge of all sections of the laboratory is highly preferred. May specialize in any section.
Responsibilities: Performs laboratory tests and related computer, clerical and technical functions independent of direct supervision while following established procedures and protocols. Required to exercise independent judgment and good judgment with interpretation of testing or quality control, maintenance and repair of equipment and records, and actively perform quality assurance activities. Technologists may also function when qualified as charge/lead technologist, educator or researcher within the laboratory settings. Any technologist will be expected to be able to assist the lab manager in all phases of section operations.
About the area: Sayre is a borough in Bradford County, Pennsylvania. The largest in the county, it is the principal city in the Sayre, Pennsylvania Micropolitan Statistical Area. It lies 18 miles southeast of Elmira, New York, and 30 miles southwest of Binghamton, New York. In the past, various iron products were made there. It is close to many well known colleges and universities.