To perform all routine and special technical procedures. To organize work priorities during working hours. To judge the adequacy of a submitted specimen and to request another specimen if the original is unsatisfactory. To notify the pathologists or laboratory director when the workload demands additional personnel. To supervise the work performance in the section when acting as the technologist in charge. To supervise trainees in bench work activities for the section. To assist in meeting the requirements set forth by inspection agencies.
Performs duties and conducts interpersonal relationships in a professional manner in order to project a positive image of the laboratory and the hospital. Works with the laboratory staff, nursing staff, medical staff, visitors and patients in a professional manner. Works with manufacturer and sales representatives in a professional manner. Conducts all contacts in a friendly, courteous, helpful and considerate manner designed to provide good customer service. Answers the telephone in a prompt and courteous manner. Displays concern and provides assistance as appropriate to callers or in face to face situations. Dedicated to meeting the expectations of the internal and external customers. Works with customers to identify areas of concern and to recommend appropriate solutions.
Current Technologist license in Histology (or eligible) is required
Position Qualification: (Training, Education, Experience, Skills and Abilities)
One year of technical experience preferred.
Good verbal and written communication skills required.
Basic computer skills required.
Primary Location: Hialeah, Florida
Facility: Palmetto General Hospital
Job Type: PT2Y
Shift Type: Days
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