The Advanced Research and Diagnostic Laboratory (ARDL) is part of the University of Minnesota Laboratory Medicine and Pathology Department under the Medical School. ARDL is a fully accredited high-complexity clinical laboratory that serves primarily as a central laboratory for numerous research clinical trials and epidemiology studies. Laboratory services include both general and specialized analytical testing, DNA and RNA isolation, specimen processing, sample repository, collection kit production, method validation and correlation services and cell cryopreservation and transformation.
Shift: Approximately 20 hours per week between 3pm - 9pm to include weekends with day or evening hours.
Perform laboratory testing on blood, urine and other body fluids according to written procedures. Receives, test request and processes specimens.
Evaluate test results for accuracy and takes appropriate action.
Perform quality control, calibration and maintenance procedures on equipment and analyzers and documents actions appropriately.
Exercise critical thinking to recognize problems and resolve appropriately.
Order, receive and maintain supplies and inventory.
Follow established biological, chemical and physical safety procedures.
Comply with laboratory quality assurance programs and regulatory agency requirements.
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials.
BA/BS in a science related field with at least two years of experience or a combination of related education and work experience to equal six years.
Must be ASCP certified MLS, MT, or MB.
Excellent attention to detail and organization skills
Strong communication skills (written and oral)
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Previous clinical laboratory experience.
Internal Number: 338167
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