1. Monitor specimen collection, identification, transport, storage, andprocessing to ensure quality of specimen before testing. 2. Prepares reagents, standards and controls according to prescribedprocedures. 3. Performs tests and sample analysis in the areas of clinicalchemistry, hematology & Blood Bank, microbiology ( ID&ATBincluded; ID&ATB excluded), immunology and/or Body fluid analysis. 4. Verifies test results prior to release. 5. Performs quality control to ensure proper functioning of instruments,reagents, and procedures. Recognizes instrument malfunction andout-of-control test results, takes corrective action and reports to thesupervisor. 6. Maintains test equipment and instruments, following establishedprocedures. 7. Answers questions of physicians and nurses concerning laboratorytests, accepts complaints, and initiates corrective actions. 8. Trains new employees the laboratory techniques. 9. Gives lectures on lab test techniques or related diseases inlaboratory. 10. Participates in education class and continuing education programs.Attends workshops, seminars, and lectures to keep current on newinstrumentation, techniques and procedures as assigned by the chair. 11. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
1. Related bachelor's degree, or others with certification as alaboratory technologist. 2. Intermediate English level in listening, speaking, reading, andwriting is preferred. 3. Perform full range of chemistry, microbiology ( ID&ATB included; ID&ATB excluded), immunology, hematology & Blood Bank and bodyfluid laboratory procedures. 4. Participates in the evaluation of new techniques and procedures inthe laboratory. 5. Evaluates and solves problems related to collection and processing ofbiological specimens for analysis. 6. Differentiates and resolves technical, instrument, physiologic causesof problems or unexpected test results. 7. An understanding of the underlying scientific principles oflaboratory testing (( ID&ATB included; ID&ATB excluded) aswell as the technical, procedural, and problem-solving aspects. 8. A general comprehension of the many factors that affect health anddisease, and recognizes the importance of proper test selection, thenumerous causes of discrepant test results (patient and laboratory),deviation of test results, and ethics including result confidentiality 9. Correlates abnormal data with pathologic states, determines validityof test results, and need for additional tests. 10. Understands and enforces safety regulations.