[Histonet] Full-time employment ATLANTA with sign-on bonus;
Histology Lab Manager
Corinthia D. Emanuel
octavio109 <@t> hotmail.com
Tue Jan 29 11:11:31 CST 2008
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY in ATLANTA, GA
SIGNING BONUS OFFERED
ASCP-certified Histologist with lab supervision experience
ASCP Certified Histologist with 5+ years of supervisor experience, under the supervision of a pathologist or medical scientist, required for a physician-owned pathology laboratory in Atlanta, GA. You must have previous experience in all aspects of specimen processing, such as cutting, grossing, embedding, special stains and immunochemistry
Taking charge, you will be responsible for running all aspects of this fast-paced and challenging Histology laboratory. In this management position, you will be expected to develop the workforce skill level, organize work rotations for two shifts, plan capital purchases, maintain consumables stocks, develop QA, QC and EQA policies and procedures, comply with all waste disposal & recordkeeping regulations. In addition, you will develop and maintain all policies and procedures and prepare for all inspections. Some weekend hours may be necessary depending on workflow and staffing needs.
This position requires above average communication skills, strong interpersonal skills, along with the character, work ethics and skills needed to lead by example. You must be able to connect and learn from your work force as well as ensure a disciplined workforce. Your computer skills will include Microsoft Word, Excel and experience with laboratory management systems (LMS) will be an advantage.
If you are committed to the patient, can keep calm in times of stress and enjoy problem solving and delivering high-level service, we are looking for you.
Salary is based on experience. Benefits are available. Please fax a letter of introduction with salary requirements and resume to 770-381-6451, attention C. Emanuel. Or, you may email to ndpsearch <@t> gmail.com.
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