[Histonet] leading laboratory in Tucson, AZ currently seeking a Grossing Technician

Career Studio careerstudio <@t> bellsouth.net
Mon Aug 6 11:39:59 CDT 2012

Our client is a leading laboratory in Tucson, AZ currently seeking a
Grossing Technician to perform routine and non-routine activities involved
in the preparation of surgical specimens for Histologic processing.
Accountabilities for this role will be to:


.         Assure appropriate specimen accessioning and labeling; maintain
the integrity of the specimen and patient identification. 

.         Describe gross anatomic features of routine, uncomplicated
surgical specimens, ensuring that all lesions, markings and sutures are

.         Escalates non-routine, complicated surgical specimens to
Pathologist Assistants. 

.         Record measurements, weight, volume and any abnormal findings as

.         Dissect surgical specimens and prepare tissues for histologic

.         Interact directly with pathologists regarding gross
dissection/description activities, including defined specimen types that
require direct supervision by a pathologist. 

.         Identify problems that may adversely affect test performance or
reporting of test results and either correct the problems or immediately
notify the histology supervisor/manager, technical supervisor, or director. 

.         Ensure corporate safety, quality control and quality assurance
standards are met, as well as compliance with all local, federal, CLIA and
CAP regulations.

Individual l may be trained to perform basic Histology functions (i.e.
embedding, microtomy, routine and special stains).

Associates or Bachelors degree and 1 year histology and/or surgical gross
experience required.  This position offers competitive starting salary.
Career Studio is one of the leading biotechnology search firms focused on
the clinical laboratory sector.   Please contact David King at
biolabcareers <@t> aol.com for more information.


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