The Pathology Laboratory Manager will direct and organize the laboratory personnel. The manager will oversee quality control, coordinate quality assurance, and will play a hands-on role when needed. This role involves critical problem solving, leadership experience in a laboratory setting, an understanding of regulatory compliance standards, as well as experience in the implementation of policies and procedures. Reporting to the Medical Director; the Pathology Laboratory Manager will maintain staffing levels, manage inventory, the department budget, create and implement laboratory tech education.
Licensed by FL DOH: Clinical Laboratory Supervisor
Bachelor's degree in Science or Management preferred
Associate degree in a laboratory science and/or histotechnology with at least 8 years of training and experience in high complexity testing. required
Current ASCP certification (HT or HTL) required
Minimum of 8 years experience as a Histotechnologist required
Knowledge of pathology laboratory regulations CAP, CLIA.
Reports to COO and Medical Director
Repetitive hand, wrist and shoulder motion Lifting up to 25 lbs. occasionally Detail oriented
Manages the daily activities of the laboratory to ensure quality services are rendered in an efficient and timely manner. Maintains and assists with continual compliance as required by standards of accrediting or regulatory agencies. Establishes and monitors the standards of accuracy, precision and efficiency in performance of laboratory tests or the operation of equipment.
Takes corrective action and documents results. Maintains quality of laboratory work complying with accreditation standards. Assures compliance with laboratory safety and infection control policies. Monitor all quality assurance activities within the department. Assists with recruiting efforts and participates in the termination process as required. Monitors employee performance, assists supervisor in completing and conducting periodic evaluations, counsels and disciplines as necessary in accordance with guidelines. Oversees employee schedules, approves time sheets, approves and monitors PTO to ensure availability to effectively manage daily activities. Trains and updates team on new policies/procedures. Accessible to the laboratory as needed for on-site, telephone, or electronic consultation. Able to perform all duties of a Histotechnologist.
Support the priorities and decisions made by the COO, Medical Director and Pathologists. Excellent organizational skills and ability to perform detailed multi-tasking functions. Ability to deal effectively and professionally with others.
Job Type: Full-time
Regulations: 3 years (Preferred)
Histotechnology: 8 years (Required)
Leadership: 5 years (Preferred)
Administrative: 4 years (Preferred)
Laboratory: 8 years (Required)
ASCP HT or HTL (Required)
Florida- Clinical Lab Supervisor (Required)
United States (Required)
Paid time off
HSA/FSA Healthcare spending account
Additional benefit elections available
Job Type: Full-time
Additional Salary Information: Possibility of bonus opportunity
Internal Number: 01
About Florida Digestive Health Specialists
Florida Digestive Health Specialists Pathology Laboratory, the department consists of histology as well as Pathologists that are all Board-Certified by the American Board of Pathology with subspecialty expertise in Gastrointestinal Pathology. The Pathologists evaluate the tissue morphologically, and, with the aid of modern technology (special stains, immunohistochemistry, and fluorescent in-situ hybridization), renders diagnoses that the Gastroenterologists use to further guide them in the treatment plan for the patient.
The laboratory of Florida Digestive Health Specialists functions with highly trained, specialized laboratory technologists. These Histotechnologists and laboratory assistants collectively bring over 40 years of experience to our laboratory. Routine histology, special stains and immunohistochemical methods are utilized in the histology laboratory to bring the latest methods in testing to the pathologist’s microscope.
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