PRN Cytotechnologist Job Details LevelExperiencedSalary RangeUndisclosedJob LocationUSA-MD-Glen Burnie Travel PercentageNonePosition TypePer Diem Job ShiftDayEducation Level2 Year Degree Job CategoryHealth Care Description We are seeking qualified PRN Cytotechnologists for our Pathology Lab located in Glen Burnie, MD. This position is responsible for microscopically examining preparations for cytologic evaluation, correlating clinical information with morphologic findings on cytologic slides, and rendering a microscopic assessment on non-gynecologic specimens pending final diagnosis by a pathologist. Responsibilities: Screens and interprets cytologic specimens for benign and neoplastic processes under the supervision of the pathologists. Prepares and processes Cytology specimens. Convey reports to clinicians and maintain department documentation. Performs quality control procedures per protocol and completes necessary documentation. Document all diagnoses in Vital Axis. Perform UroVysion FISH tests. Conduct QA correlation review. Assists supervisor in meeting department regulatory agency requirements (CLIA, etc.) Performs quality control procedures per protocol and completes necessary documentation. Qualifications BS in Biological Science or related degree. Minimum of one year experience in a Cytology position ASCP certification in cytotechnology is required UroVysion FISH test experience highly desirable Company Description: Chesapeake Urology is the largest urology practice in Maryland and the Mid-Atlantic region, providing a comprehensive array of urologic services to patients. In fact, individuals and families come to Chesapeake Urology from Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Washington DC and all over the United States to receive the most advanced treatment from our team of world class urologists. Chesapeake Urology's 63 physicians, 14 physician assistants and three patient navigators work throughout our 21 medical offices and 14 AAAHC-certified ambulatory surgery centers in Baltimore, Harford, Howard, Carroll, Montgomery, Prince George, Charles and Anne Arundel counties, and in Baltimore City.