Technician Cytopreparatory I- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - Tues - Sat 2 AM - 10:30 AM (nights)
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As a Lab Technician you will work for the world leader in the industry, with a career where you can expand your skills and knowledge. You’ll have a role where you can act with professionalism, you can inspire colleagues, and you can care about the work we do and the people we serve.
At Quest, Lab Technicians play an essential role in our success and in the services we provide. As a career, we offer a unique opportunity to develop your career with the #1 Diagnostic Lab in the US. We are tech driven, and we’re creating the lab of the future – an environment where you can deliver cutting edge diagnostics and help us drive new discoveries and breakthroughs.
Under general supervision, Cytopreparatory Technician I is proficient in all of the functions required of the Assistant Cytopreparatory Technician. They are directly responsible for decision making, interacting and reporting to the Cytology Prep Team Leader/Supervisor and/or Manager.
- All job accountabilities and duties required of the Assistant Cytopreparatory Technician.
- Accessions and processes Gynecologic specimens for microscopic evaluation. This includes assigning accession numbers, and Thin Prep Processing.
- Follows all local, business unit, and corporate safety policies and assures compliance of the Cytology Prep Lab.
- Disposes and labels biohazard waste appropriately.
- Minimal Problem solving.
- All other duties as assigned.
- Maintains specimen identification and integrity throughout all processes of the department.
- Must begin and complete all assignments with minimal supervision.
- Must be able to collaborate with other departments and colleagues for problem solving.
High school diploma or equivalent.
- Finger dexterity and hand-eye coordination. Handling of specimens and supplies
- Large amounts of standing, sitting, bending, twisting, and reaching. Lifts and carries objects up to 30 lbs.
- Work in a chemical environment.
- Risk of exposure to infectious materials and the possibility of injury due to chemicals.
- Anatomic Pathology experience preferred.
- Must be willing to get State Licensure if required.
- Must have great attention to details and the ability to remain calm in difficult situations.
Hardworking And Dedicated