Our client, a large hospital in Georgia, about 1 ½ hours from Atlanta, has a need for a Lab Operations Manager to join their team. This is a Day shift position overseeing Blood Bank and Microbiology. They have a Technical Specialist who is SBB in the department as well. This is more of an Administrative position.
What you will do:
Performs a variety of laboratory examinations and tests including specialized or experimental procedures assuring rapid and accurate results. Provides direct supervision to technologists, technicians and technical assistants to include workload assignments, training, resolution of technical problems, staffing, scheduling, counseling and other disciplinary measures. Also, orders supplies, maintains and reviews quality control records and workload statistic data.
What is required:
Bachelors degree in Medical Lab Science
Five years experience in general laboratory including at least on year of experience in two of the assigned areas of responsibility
Three years of managerial or supervisory experience which includes but not limited to staff performance management, departmental scheduling, employee satisfaction and talent acquisition.
MT Registry by ASCP or AMT
Full time benefits package includes paid time off, Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance, Long and Short Term Disability and much more
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