ASCP Medical Technologist (PAR

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RESPONSIBILITIES The National Security Agency Office of Occupational Health & Well-Being (OHWB) has an immediate part-time opening for a Medical Technologist to support the mission by applying professional knowledge in the field of medical technology to advise on, supervise and/or perform phlebotomy, specimen processing, and/or clinical laboratory tests and examinations. Provide laboratory results to clients (both internal and external) as appropriate and maintain those records in accordance with laboratory governing body regulation.Description of PositionMedical Technologist's at the NSA responsibilities include: - Performing laboratory testing (pre-analytical, analytical and post-analytical phases) in accordance with regulatory and accrediting agency requirements, to include phlebotomy. - Maintaining accreditations, performing quality control, quality assessment and laboratory safety functions. - Performing administrative and operational support duties such as : coordinating or monitoring contract services such as for supplies and referred testing; assessing needs, planning for and implementing improvement programs in the laboratory; coordinating laboratory activities to ensure judicious utilization of total laboratory resources available; recommend equipment to purchase; creating and updating written standard operating procedures. - Properly identifying and processing specimens, evaluating specimen suitability, controlling the physical conditions of specimens, performing appropriate laboratory testing and/or specimen storage based on professional knowledge of specimen types, quality and resources available in the laboratory. - Participating in training activities. - Performing maintenance, calibration, reviewing of quality control and repairing of laboratory instrumentation, functioning as a key instrument operator independent of direct supervision. - Recognizing and defining testing problems and reacting to indicators of malfunction, locating and implementing appropriate corrections. SKILLS The ideal Medical Technologist candidate will possess a knowledge of the principles, theories and accepted practices of clinical laboratory sciences as they relate to the testing of human blood and bodily fluids. - ASCP, AMT or
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RESPONSIBILITIES The National Security Agency Office of Occupational Health & Well-Being (OHWB) has an immediate part-time opening for a Medical Technologist to support the mission by applying professional knowledge in the field of medical technology to advise on, supervise and/or perform phlebotomy, specimen processing, and/or clinical laboratory tests and examinations. Provide laboratory results to clients (both internal and external) as appropriate and maintain those records in accordance with laboratory governing body regulation.Description of PositionMedical Technologist's at the NSA responsibilities include: - Performing laboratory testing (pre-analytical, analytical and post-analytical phases) in accordance with regulatory and accrediting agency requirements, to include phlebotomy. - Maintaining accreditations, performing quality control, quality assessment and laboratory safety functions. - Performing administrative and operational support duties such as : coordinating or monitoring contract services such as for supplies and referred testing; assessing needs, planning for and implementing improvement programs in the laboratory; coordinating laboratory activities to ensure judicious utilization of total laboratory resources available; recommend equipment to purchase; creating and updating written standard operating procedures. - Properly identifying and processing specimens, evaluating specimen suitability, controlling the physical conditions of specimens, performing appropriate laboratory testing and/or specimen storage based on professional knowledge of specimen types, quality and resources available in the laboratory. - Participating in training activities. - Performing maintenance, calibration, reviewing of quality control and repairing of laboratory instrumentation, functioning as a key instrument operator independent of direct supervision. - Recognizing and defining testing problems and reacting to indicators of malfunction, locating and implementing appropriate corrections. SKILLS The ideal Medical Technologist candidate will possess a knowledge of the principles, theories and accepted practices of clinical laboratory sciences as they relate to the testing of human blood and bodily fluids. - ASCP, AMT or
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