[Histonet] Great Opportunity - Caris Life Sciences- Irving, TX
mhale <@t> carisls.com
Mon Nov 21 19:50:06 CST 2011
Please no recruiters'. Interested applicant only :
Great Opportunity- TC/PC Manager position with Caris Life Sciences-
The TC/PC Manager will support the TCPC operations; this role will
travel to customer sites and assist in building and setting up of
Assist in the maintenance and preparation for regulatory inspections
(CAP, CLIA, etc.). Travel up to 70% of the time.
Must have Excellent communication and project management skills.
Knowledge, Skills, and Experience
1. 7-10 years experience working in Histology must have prior
2. Vast knowledge of Histology lab equipment, purchasing,
installation, set up and operation.
3. Knowledge of CLIA, CAP and other laboratory licensure processes
4. Ability to consult on laboratory workflow and processes for
various sized laboratory operations.
5. Must have strong QC/QA background in laboratory operations.
6. Experience with policies and procedures for Histology
7. Previously served as a lab inspector a plus. Must have the
ability to inspect and prepare laboratories for audits and inspections.
8. Ability to interview and evaluate technical experience of
9. Flexibility for last minute travel changes to meet client
expectations and needs.
10. Strong troubleshooting and problem solving skills is a must.
11. Knowledge or prior experience of building of Histology
Laboratories a plus.
12. Experience in project management capacity, including all aspects
of process development and execution.
13. Strong familiarity with project management software, such as MS
14. Solid working knowledge of current TC/PC environment for GI,
DERM, UROLOGY and HEME
Please contact Crystal Flowers at cflowers <@t> carisls.com
<mailto:cflowers <@t> carisls.com> for additional information.
Manager, Corporate Recruiting
Caris Life Sciences
6655 N. MacArthur Blvd.
Irving, TX 75039
(214) 596-7003 Direct
(214) 596-7490 Fax
cflowers <@t> carisls.com <mailto:cflowers <@t> carisdx.com>
More information about the Histonet