Manage the administrative operation of the laboratory the maintenance of all policies procedures and quality control practices - Handle the management and supervision of the laboratory technical and clerical staff - Oversee the administration of the departmental budget - Maintain effective physician and interdepartmental relations. Direct and supervise staff and coordinates department scheduling. Manages hiring, oversee new-hire orientation, facilitate staff training and administers employee evaluations. Identify staff education and competency needs and oversees training programs on instrumentation, technology and procedure as needed.
Represent the laboratory on environment of care safety inspections. Ensure the test methodologies and instrumentation selected have the capability of providing the quality of results required for patient care. Will work under the direction of the Director of the Laboratory the Laboratory Maintains and reviews lab statistics and trend reports to evaluate, improve and streamline daily operations and workflow.
Assist in establishing and revising lab policies, procedures and quality control practices and communicating them to staff and leadership. Develop and oversee employee schedules. Ensure physical plant and environmental conditions of the laboratory are appropriate for the testing performed and provides a safe environment in which employees are protected from physical, chemical and biological hazards.
Assist in developing, implementing and monitoring the lab's operating budget. Contain costs without sacrificing patient care. Consistently updates hospital management of capital requirements, potential changes in volume and makes plans for adjustments accordingly. Controls budgeted expenses and enhances revenue.
Oversee quality control and ensures compliance with rules, regulations and accreditation requirements of regulatory agencies, including Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA), US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), College of American Pathologists (CAP), Joint Commission (JC), AABB, and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
Develop departmental goals and objectives and develop and implement operational plan to meet department goals and objectives. Contribute to the goals of the hospital through active participation in quality improvement teams and community events.
• EDUCATION: Baccalaureate degree in Medical Technology or in an appropriate biological/chemical/medical/physical science from an accredited college or university. ASCP registration.
• JOB DURATION: This job is full time and long term.
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