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Clinical Management Consultants
Company : Clinical Management Consultants
Here we go! Are you ready to ride the wave of opportunity to the heartland of America, Oklahoma? Our client, a highly reputable and respected independent pathology laboratory group, seeks an experienced and dynamic Histology Laboratory Manager. This is no ordinary role, but a chance to use your expertise to lead a committed team in the intricate field of anatomic pathology.
A day in your life might look like:
Orchestrating, allocating, and directing the daily operations of the laboratory, including tissue reception, processing, and testing.
Monitoring the schedules and supervision of an enthusiastic team across various shifts.
Upholding the highest standards by reviewing and ensuring adherence to technical policies and procedures in accordance with CAP/CLIA guidelines.
Investigating and evaluating new equipment and methodologies, making recommendations when appropriate.
Joining in the routine work when needed because teamwork makes the dream work!
The key ingredients we are looking for:
A Bachelor’s degree in Medical Technology or an equivalent degree, which includes the completion of a 12-month training program from an approved ASCP school.
A track record of 5 years as a Medical Technologist, with a preference for those who have spent at least 2 years in a management role.
A Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS) certification from ASCP or an equivalent agency, expected within 12 months of hire.
A strong background in Histology, HTL or HT certification required
Oklahoma isn’t just known for the winds sweeping down the plain; it’s a land of vibrant culture, warm-hearted folks, and a host of leisure activities. Beyond the day-to-day professional satisfaction, you’ll also enjoy a robust benefits package, which includes health and dental insurance, 401(k), and paid time off.
Sound like your kind of challenge? Don’t let this opportunity be carried away by the Oklahoma wind! Apply today and bring your unique contribution to the ever-evolving field of Histology!