Create a Job Alert.

Enter your email below to save this search and receive job recommendations for similar positions.
Thank you. We'll send jobs matching these to
You already suscribed to this job alert.
No Thanks
US
What job do you want?

Create Job Alert.

Get similar jobs sent to your email

Apply to this job.
Think you're the perfect candidate?
Apply Now

You’re being taken to an external site to apply.

Job Requirements

Specimen Processing, Laboratory Manager, Day Shift


Responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Plans, assigns, and directs work in the functional areas of responsibility, in a high complexity and high volume environment.  Serves as liaison with all other laboratory departments.

  • Mentors and supports direct reports, i.e. Supervisors, QA Technician and Safety Coordinators in their responsibilities and functions, ensuring they receive training in supervisory skill development.  Identifies and implements training programs as necessary.

  • Defines, coordinates, and monitors quality assurance programs and supervises activities of the Quality Assurance Technician.  Ensures quality control and compliance procedures are followed and QC reports are up to date.  Oversee plans and preparations for inspections.

  • Oversees staffing of all personnel in each department.  Effectively maintains quality staffing by interviewing, hiring, training and providing staff development through performance evaluation and corrective counseling.

  • Identifies future needs in terms of staff, equipment, and facilities.  Submits appropriate documentation for procurement of such.

  • Reviews staff performance, drives process and project management, and prepares and submits required reports to meet established deadlines.

  • Ensures departmental standard operating procedures and database accurately reflects the current process.

  • Coordinates with Laboratory Manager as it relates to operations and actively participates on subspecialty committees, corporate committees, and business unit committees as needed.

  • Develops annual budget and manages department costs and resources to adhere to budget.

  • Resolves problems through interaction with clients via phone calls or other means of communication.

  • Defines, coordinates and monitors EHS programs and supervises activities of the Department Safety Coordinator.  Ensures EHS regulatory standards and safety procedures are followed.  Oversees plans and preparations for inspections.

  • Where applicable, ensures all Federal, State & local licensure requirements are met, working with the QA and Medical Director’s offices.

  • Monitor Special Handling of Jeopardized Clients, Hospital Clients and Vital Specimens to ensure there are no mishandled specimens/orders.

  • Responsible to ensure improvement and/or standardization initiatives are implemented.

  • Monitor schedules to ensure minimal overtime for employees.

  • Ensures commitments are met through the project sponsors, leaders, and team members

  • Leads efforts to implement Process Control and Management (process definition, documentation, ownership, metrics, and monitoring systems)

  • Facilitates workshops and targeted improvement events to help teams quickly achieve strategic objectives

  • Works with local team members to identify and prioritize continuous improvement opportunities

  • Works with functional and site leaders as a “thought leader” to create future state improvement roadmaps with clear executable plans that are in line with the business strategies improvement needs

  • Works with local team members to model and coach effective leader standard work and daily work management behaviors such as gemba walks, tiered huddles, TPM reviews, and active problem-solving

  • Contributes toward building a grass-roots culture of continuous improvement

 

Education, Certification, & Experience:

  • Bachelor's or associate’s degree

  • Five (5) years of experience

 

Do you have these requirements?

Enter your email below to receive job recommendations for similar positions.
Specimen Processing Manager at HealthCare Connections, Inc

Specimen Processing Manager

HealthCare Connections, Inc Washington, DC Full-Time
Apply Now

Create Job Alert.

Get similar jobs sent to your email

Specimen Processing, Laboratory Manager, Day Shift

Position & Client Overview:

Our client, located in the beautiful DMV region near our nation’s capital, is currently seeking a Specimen Processing manager to oversee one of their biggest operations in the DC area. This is a day shift opportunity at one of the largest laboratory companies in the world.

Job Summary:

Responsible for overseeing Specimen Processing, Imaging, Cytology Processing and Tech Ops, may also oversee some or all of the following: Referral Testing, Test In Question, and Histology Processing. Responsible for the overseeing following activities: training of all personnel, all daily operations of related departments, Ensure all Compliance Policies are followed, low error rate, and productivity within company standards. Ensure maintenance of a safe, ergonomically sound, professional environment.



HealthCare Connections, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability, pregnancy, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or other protected status pursuant to law.

Specimen Processing, Laboratory Manager, Day Shift


Responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • Plans, assigns, and directs work in the functional areas of responsibility, in a high complexity and high volume environment.  Serves as liaison with all other laboratory departments.

  • Mentors and supports direct reports, i.e. Supervisors, QA Technician and Safety Coordinators in their responsibilities and functions, ensuring they receive training in supervisory skill development.  Identifies and implements training programs as necessary.

  • Defines, coordinates, and monitors quality assurance programs and supervises activities of the Quality Assurance Technician.  Ensures quality control and compliance procedures are followed and QC reports are up to date.  Oversee plans and preparations for inspections.

  • Oversees staffing of all personnel in each department.  Effectively maintains quality staffing by interviewing, hiring, training and providing staff development through performance evaluation and corrective counseling.

  • Identifies future needs in terms of staff, equipment, and facilities.  Submits appropriate documentation for procurement of such.

  • Reviews staff performance, drives process and project management, and prepares and submits required reports to meet established deadlines.

  • Ensures departmental standard operating procedures and database accurately reflects the current process.

  • Coordinates with Laboratory Manager as it relates to operations and actively participates on subspecialty committees, corporate committees, and business unit committees as needed.

  • Develops annual budget and manages department costs and resources to adhere to budget.

  • Resolves problems through interaction with clients via phone calls or other means of communication.

  • Defines, coordinates and monitors EHS programs and supervises activities of the Department Safety Coordinator.  Ensures EHS regulatory standards and safety procedures are followed.  Oversees plans and preparations for inspections.

  • Where applicable, ensures all Federal, State & local licensure requirements are met, working with the QA and Medical Director’s offices.

  • Monitor Special Handling of Jeopardized Clients, Hospital Clients and Vital Specimens to ensure there are no mishandled specimens/orders.

  • Responsible to ensure improvement and/or standardization initiatives are implemented.

  • Monitor schedules to ensure minimal overtime for employees.

  • Ensures commitments are met through the project sponsors, leaders, and team members

  • Leads efforts to implement Process Control and Management (process definition, documentation, ownership, metrics, and monitoring systems)

  • Facilitates workshops and targeted improvement events to help teams quickly achieve strategic objectives

  • Works with local team members to identify and prioritize continuous improvement opportunities

  • Works with functional and site leaders as a “thought leader” to create future state improvement roadmaps with clear executable plans that are in line with the business strategies improvement needs

  • Works with local team members to model and coach effective leader standard work and daily work management behaviors such as gemba walks, tiered huddles, TPM reviews, and active problem-solving

  • Contributes toward building a grass-roots culture of continuous improvement

 

Education, Certification, & Experience:

  • Bachelor's or associate’s degree

  • Five (5) years of experience

 

Recommended skills

Laboratory Management
Laboratory Outreach
Specimen Processing
Apply to this job.
Think you're the perfect candidate?
Apply Now

Help us improve CareerBuilder by providing feedback about this job: Report this job

Report this Job

Once a job has been reported, we will investigate it further. If you require a response, submit your question or concern to our Trust and Site Security Team

Job ID: 564690

CareerBuilder TIP

For your privacy and protection, when applying to a job online, never give your social security number to a prospective employer, provide credit card or bank account information, or perform any sort of monetary transaction. Learn more.

By applying to a job using CareerBuilder you are agreeing to comply with and be subject to the CareerBuilder Terms and Conditions for use of our website. To use our website, you must agree with the Terms and Conditions and both meet and comply with their provisions.