Up to $10k Sign On Bonus for qualified applicants
Clin Lab Scientist Floater-WD- Riverside, CA - Monday-Friday (Rotational Saturday)
The base hourly wage range for this position is from 49.50-55.05 . Salary offers are based on a wide range of factors including relevant skills, training, experience, education, and, where applicable, certifications obtained.
Market and organizational factors are also considered. Successful candidates may be eligible to receive annual performance bonus compensation.
Benefits Information: We are proud to offer best-in-class benefits and programs to support employees and their families in living healthy, happy lives.
Our pay and benefit plans have been designed to promote employee health in all respects – physical, financial, and developmental.
Depending on whether it is a part-time or full-time position, some of the benefits offered may include:
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs)
Supplemental Health Plans
401(k) Plan – Company match dollar-for-dollar up to 5%
Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP)
Supplemental Life Insurance
Dependent Life Insurance
Short- and Long-Term Disability buy-up
Blueprint for Wellness
Emotional Well-Being Resources
Paid time off / Health Time
Variable Compensation Plans
Sales Incentive Plans
Under minimal supervision incumbent(s) will consistently and accurately perform the most complex level of clinical tests. The Floater CLS will travel and work at various Rapid Reference Labs, as needed, to ensure customer and patients samples are tested as per the business terms. Due to the floating nature of this job, the incumbent will naturally act as a coach, mentor, instructor and resource for team members.
- Travels to various RRLs, as needed, to consistently and independently performs the most complex level of clinical tests following the required procedures and policies.
- Performs newly introduced tests to the laboratory that require defined skills.
- Oversees the preparation of reagents or media as well as stock solutions, standards, and controls. Tests new reagents or controls and evaluates their usefulness based on standard criteria.
- Determines the acceptability of specimens for testing according to established criteria in testing procedures.
- Determines calculated results utilizing testing data by means of manual or computerized procedures.
- Accurately enters results of testing. Checks the computer review reports to monitor accurate reporting of results. Adheres to analytical schedules to maintain turnaround times of results.
- Evaluates the acceptability of routine and complex analysis prior to releasing patient reports. Recognizes and takes appropriate action in response to critical values or unusual or unexpected results, and documents action taken.
- Responsible for scheduled preventative maintenance troubleshooting and calibration of laboratory equipment.
- Evaluates the results of instrument performance checks. Performs linearity, accuracy and precision checks as required.
- Performs Quality Control and calibrations with the appropriate frequency and evaluates results to determine acceptability of result release.
- Selects and evaluates control materials using established criteria. Initiates a corrective action process whenever test systems do not perform according to the established criteria.
- Accurately performs and records proficiency testing.
- Demonstrates the ability to detect and correct technical and operational problems. Notifies the supervisor, and contacts manufacturer or field service support for additional assistance, if necessary.
- Ensures accurate tracking and labeling of reagents and supplies.
- Consistently maintains a safe and neat work area.
- Trains staff in proper performance of both routine and complex procedures. Supports Training Programs, where applicable
- Assists the supervisor to up-date and maintain the computer database for their area of testing responsibility and/or the department.
- Works with Group Lead and Supervisory staff to scheduling effective weekly workloads.
- Assists department supervisor or manager by providing technical direction to staff members. May provide feedback to supervisor on individual and/or team learning progress.
- Actively participates in staff meetings, and in Quality Improvement meetings as assigned.
- Takes on additional business-related responsibilities or projects, as delegated by the Supervisor or Manager. This may include but not be limited to: evaluation of new techniques and procedures in terms of personnel and requirements, method comparison, cost analysis, establishment of reference ranges, writing and revising technical procedures, and evaluation of productivity and key results measures.
- Collects and dispose of waste in proper receptacles.
- Demonstrates a high level of integrity and honesty in maintaining confidentiality.
- Provides constant direction to unlicensed staff as required.
- Maintains professional growth and development through continuing education. The continuing education must meet the education requirements for California state licensure.
- Answers phones, transfers, or takes accurate messages.
- Complies with all health and safety policies, procedures, and practices. Required to use personal protective equipment.
- Other duties as assigned. This is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities, but rather a general description of work performed by the position.
Required Work Experience:
Minimum of 6 months of direct experience.
Preferred Work Experience:
Physical and Mental Requirements:
- Must be able to sit and drive for extended periods of time to reach necessary RRLs in the area assigned.
- Must have reliable transportation to drive between RRL sites.
- The normal performance of duties may require lifting and carrying objects. Objects in the weight range of 1 to 10 pounds are lifted and carried frequently; objects in the weight range of 11 to 25 pounds are lifted and carried occasionally and objects in the weight range of 26 to 50 pounds are seldom lifted and carried. Objects exceeding 50 pounds are not to be lifted or carried without assistance.
- Ability to perform repetitive tasks. Frequent simple grasping, reaching and fine manipulation.
- Ability to sit and/or stand for long periods.
- Have good eye and hand coordination.
- Testing for color blindness will be required upon hiring or transfer into technical functions requiring detection of, or rating of intensity of colors (e.g., Fluorescent microscopy reading).
- Communication and interpersonal skills necessary to deal courteously and effectively with supervisors, co-workers and clients.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office Application (Word, Excel, Outlook)
- Strong typing skills desirable.
- Other automation skills helpful.
- Defensive and offensive driving skills to commute in highly congested traffic
Current State Clinical Laboratory Scientist license if necessary (e.g. California)(Required)
- Clinical Works
- Coaching And Mentoring
- Color Blindness