Job Description: Performs technical laboratory procedures with high degree of accuracy and efficiency.Operates laboratory equipment and performs testing according to established procedure/protocol.Performs scheduled maintenance on laboratory instrumentation.Recognizes, troubleshoots, and documents equipment problems, contacting service when appropriate.Responds appropriately to panic values by notifying the appropriate caregiver.Produces accurate and timely laboratory test results.Evaluates laboratory test results according to age and/or diagnosis.Utilizes laboratory equipment and supplies/consumables with minimal waste.Reviews laboratory reports in the absence of Lead Technologist; notifies Manager, Laboratory Services of problems/ concerns.Assists in research and evaluation of procedures at the direction of the Lead Technologist.Trains new personnel in the operation of laboratory instrumentation and testing procedures.Evaluates quality control results within established parameters.Maintains quality control records by completing corrective action forms, logging quality control values, etc.Corrects detected problems, documenting corrective action taken. Education & Experience:Successful completion of the following is required: 1. Bachelor's degree in medical technology or one of the biological or chemical sciences from an accredited institution 2. Clinical Laboratory experience with a passing score in the US Public Health Service proficiency examination for Clinical Laboratory Technologists.MT, MLT or HT certification by ASCP plus 2 years of experience in a high complexity laboratory. Bachelor's degree, along with any suitable combination of training or experience is acceptable. Licensure & Certification :See Education and Experience. Physical Demands: Works in a clean, well-lighted environment. Requires walking, standing and ascending/descending stairs approximately 70% of the time. Requires carrying supplies weighing up to 50 lbs.; approximately 40% of the time. Requires bending and reaching approximately 40% of the time; lifting and pushing/pulling supplies weighing up to 50 lbs. approximately 25% of the time. Requires substantial visual acuity and manual dexterity to handle specimens. Potential for regular exposure to communicable diseases and/or blood and body substances and hazardous materials requiring the observance of Standard Precautions and safe handling practices. Potential for exposure to disagreeable elements, such as odors, sights, drainage, etc. UM Charles Regional is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.