This is considered the full performance level for nonsupervisory positions. A Medical Technologist at this level develops, performs, evaluates, interprets, correlates, and validates the accuracy of laboratory procedures and results. The Medical Technologist rotates in all clinical sections of the Pathology and Laboratory Service. This position is responsible for progressively acquiring the skills and knowledge in performing a wide rang of analytical procedures on various biological specimens/samples for the purpose of medical diagnosis, treatment and monitoring. Additional duties may include but are not limited to the following: Perform a broad range of laboratory procedures including all testing and tasks of the medical technologist occupation; Identify work process discrepancies and problems; presents solutions within the overall laboratory work environment; Perform approved phlebotomy procedures within the guidelines of the service; Perform and documents maintenance procedures on laboratory instrumentation and equipment to ensure the optimal functioning of laboratory equipment; Perform and document quality control, assurance activities and corrective actions related to test performance using statistical principles and theories of performance improvement; Other duties as assigned. Work Schedule: Flexible Scheduling Financial Disclosure Report: Not required
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