Concord Hospital, Concord, NH has a new full time opportunity for a Histology Technician!
Hours: Full Time Evenings, 40 hours/week:
4p-12:30a Sunday-Thursday but can be flexible to a 5p-1a, 6p-2:30a or 7p-3:30a schedule.
Under the supervision of the Pathology supervisor, the histology technician performs technical functions in the Histology laboratory to provide high quality microscopic slides of tissue for the detection of disease.
Performs Microtomy (sectioning of surgical and autopsy tissue specimens).
Embeds tissue specimens.
Performs Immunohistochemistry procedures on surgical and autopsy cases.
Performs routine H-E staining procedures.
Performs specialized selective techniques required for diagnostic purposes, to include, bone
decalcification, muscle, kidney and nerve biopsies, and frozen tissue sectioning techniques.
Performs special stain procedures for histology and cytology specimens as outlined by the Histology
Special Stains Procedure Manual.
Maintains Histologic equipment and Quality Assurance/Quality Control documentation.
Performs projects and other related duties.
Demonstrates compliance with corporate, departmental and job-specific requirements.
Participates in change and process improvements.
Two years of formal training or education beyond the high school level (e.g., Associates Degree).
Certification, Registration, and Licensure
Certification required to obtain: Histology Technician (American Society Clinical Pathologist) within one year of employment.
One year experience in a Histology lab and/or completion of a CAHEA (Committee on Allied Health Education and Accreditation) accredited Histology program.
Additional Salary Information: Starting salary is based on experience
Concord Hospital is a nationally accredited not for profit health system located in Concord, NH. The hospital provides comprehensive acute-care services and programs to residents throughout NH. We are the second busiest hospital in the State in terms of admissions and the busiest Emergency Department.
We have a fully automated progressive Laboratory.