Texas Health Resources Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS/MLT) in Fort Worth, Texas
Medical Laboratory Scientist - CoreLab
Medical Laboratory Technician
New Grads are Welcome
Are you looking for a rewarding career with family-friendly hours and top-notch benefits? We are looking for a qualified Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS) like you to join our Texas Health family.
· Work location: 1301 Pennsylvania Ave Fort Worth, TX 76104
· Work hours : 12:00 AM – 10:30 AM 7 on, 7 off Thursday - Wednesday
· THIS POSTION IS FOR CORELAB
• Gain a sense of accomplishment by contributing in a teamwork environment.
• Receive excellent mentorship, comprehensive training, and dedicated leadership resources.
• Enjoy opportunities for growth.
Here’s What You Need:
• Bachelor’s Degree for an MLS (or attained within 3 months of hire date)
• Bachelor’s Degree required within 3 months of hire.
• Medical Technology, Applied Technology, Clinical Lab Science or Chemical, Physical or Biological Science preferred.
• Individuals hired as a CLS II prior to January 3, 2010, will be grandfathered to the MLS position with existing education.
• Internship in an approved Medical Technician training program required.
• 2 years’ experience in a Medical Laboratory highly preferred.
• Experience working in Corelab highly preferred.
Licenses and Certifications:
• MLS (ASCP), MT (ASCP), MLT (ASCP) required within 90 days from hire Or
• AMT, AAB, HHS, NCA, HEW, CLS- CA, FL, NY state license, Philippine Board of Technical Technology required upon hire Or
• M (ASCP) – Microbiology if working in Microbiology required upon hire Or
• BB (ASCP) – Blood Banking if working in Blood Bank required upon hire.
• MLS (ASCP), MT (ACSP), MLT (ASCP) preferred
• Strong positive interpersonal skills.
• Ability to read, write and speak English clearly.
• Problem solving ability, time management skills.
• Possess organizational skills to function successfully in a fast-paced work environment.
• Computer literate.
Here’s What You Will Do:
• Specimen integrity is recognized by evaluating and solving problems related to collection and/or processing of specimens.
• Specimen conditions are identified that adversely affect test results.
• Maintains specimen integrity throughout the testing process.
• Facilitates workflow process.
• Checks outstanding tests list in a timely manner.
• Troubleshoots and follows through on outstanding tests which appear to have not been collected/received when expected.
• Knows and uses computer downtime procedures as needed when computer is not available.
• Gives proper notification when supplies need to be ordered.
• Utilizes time between testing to accomplish other needed tasks. (evaluation of kits, preparing controls, supply management, housekeeping duties, etc.)
• Performs tasks in a manner that enhances the quality of care.
• Helps other hospital and laboratory coworkers to provide timely patient care.
• Demonstrates active cost effectiveness.
• Participates in orientation and training of students, volunteers, new employees, and observers.
• May be responsible for ongoing competency assessment for employees.
• Maintains commitment to profession by attending continuing education sessions (ex. Web seminars, ASCP seminars, Tarleton and Lab sponsored seminars by industry).
• Completes mandatory hospital/laboratory education and departmental competencies within required time frame.
• Mandatory health requirements are completed with required time frame.
• Completes assigned work within required time and offers assistance to other coworkers.
• Uses laboratory equipment (computer, instruments, etc.) for hospital use only.
• Time and attendance is satisfactory.
• Employee exhibits a professional appearance.
• Seeks assistance/supervision/consultation as needed and reports to supervisor any problems and/or solution regarding delivery of patient care.
• Interacts professionally and pleasantly with all encountered and promotes customer satisfaction.
• Adhere to the THR Promise Behaviors.
• Follows established laboratory test procedures, including using proper computer protocol.
• Evaluates and reports test results.
• Communicates and documents relevant patient data to appropriate personnel.
• Relays information to next shift and coworkers (ex. instrument malfunctions, unusual patient results, testing problems).
• Gives direction and guidance to technical staff and laboratory support personnel.
• Demonstrates understanding of quality control guidelines.
• Follows Laboratory policies when quality control is not within established limits.
• Resolves quality control discrepancies before releasing/reporting patient results.
• Documents and review QC and ensure corrective action when appropriate.
• Performs and documents laboratory equipment maintenance protocols within established time limits.
• Demonstrates knowledge to troubleshoot equipment.
• Follow laboratory protocol for proficiency testing.
• Incorporates safety/infection control measures into work practices.
• Follows HIPAA guidelines.
• Demonstrates knowledge of and follows all hospital and Lab safety/infection control policies and procedures.
• Participates in required hospital/laboratory safety drills.
• Utilizes the event reporting tool to document and report patient situations, on-the–job injuries, and medical device Malfunctioning.
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