Advanced Search


Start New Search:

iv technician
emory healthcare
sterile processing technician
biological science
laboratory science
surgical technologist
lab technician
medical technologist
health and human services
hazardous waste

Medical Technologist, 11p - 7:30a

Share Job
Suggest Revision
  • At Emory Healthcare, we integrate science and caring to change the face of health care.
  • Our team members are courageous individuals who are willing to challenge the status quo and help find solutions to complex problems.
  • Were empowered to influence change for, and with, our patients, their families, the community and each other.
  • As one of the leading academic medical systems, were eager to share what we learn with hospitals around the country, and the world.
  • Weve got the backing, knowledge, experience and permission to lead the way in developing new and better approaches to preventing and treating disease, and our patients get treatments years before anyone else.
  • Were defining a new standard of care for humankind.
  • Are YOU ready to join us?
  • Performs standardized and semi-routine biological, chemical, hematological, immunological, immunohemotological, microbiological, and serological tests in a research or clinical laboratory.
  • May perform tests in one scientific discipline or perform selected tests in multiple disciplines.
  • Performs other related duties as required.
  • Properly uses laboratory equipment as required.
  • Calibrates, performs preventive maintenance, and troubleshoots equipment and instrument malfunctions.
  • Prepares reagents as needed.
  • Assists in ordering and inventorying lab supplies.
  • Works with manager to formulate plan for professional development.
  • Attends educational in-services as appropriate.
  • Participates in professional activities and organizations to maintain knowledge of current trends, practices, and developments.
  • Enters test results into computer.
  • Maintains accurate and complete documentation of patient information, equipment, and test results to comply with regulations.
  • Documents corrective actions taken for out-of-range test values.
  • Maintains clean, orderly, and safe work area.
  • Complies with hospital and laboratory safety and infection control policies and procedures to prevent exposure to infectious materials.
  • May assist in staff and student education by demonstrating procedures and by assisting in staff continuing education activities.
  • Performs analysis of patient specimens using standard and semi- routine laboratory tests.
  • Performs selected procedures on specimens.
  • Performs required calculations.
  • Reports results by phone and/or computer.
  • Evaluates the validity of test results by comparing them to previous results and other laboratory data, identifies critical values and confirms results by alternative methods.
  • Refers abnormal or unexpected results to the appropriate individual(s).
  • Audits computer reports to ensure that scheduled tests have been completed.
  • Assists in gathering data to monitor quality improvement standards.
  • May perform venipuncture or capillary puncture to obtain blood specimen.
  • Bachelor's degree in medical technology, clinical lab science or a chemical, physical or biological science.
  • Other bachelor's degree will be accepted if graduated from an accredited school of medical technology or if science and math coursework meet requirement of certifying agency.
  • Bachelor's degree may be waived for a medical technologist who was ASCP certified in the years prior to the bachelor's degree requirement by ASCP and a HEW/HHS technologist certified by Health and Human Services.
  • Eligible for certification by one of the following accreditation agencies: MT (ASCP), MLS (ASCP) or categorical, MT (NCA), MT(AMT), MT (HHS or HEW).
  • State of Georgia requires certification must be obtained within 18 months of cumulative employment as a medical technologist.
  • (Exception: HLA Technicians must be certified within 18 months of completing a 12-month training period in HLA.)
  • (Medium): 20-50 lbs; 0-33% of the workday (occasionally); 11-25 lbs, 34-66% of the workday (frequently); 01-10 lbs, 67-100% of the workday (constantly); Lifting 50 lbs max; Carrying of objects up to 25 lbs; Occasional to frequent standing & walking, Occasional sitting, Close eye work (computers, typing, reading, writing), Physical demands may vary depending on assigned work area and work tasks.
  • Factors affecting environment conditions may vary depending on the assigned work area and tasks.
  • Blood-borne pathogen exposure,
  • Electrical shock, Floor Surfaces, Hot/Cold Temperatures, Indoor/Outdoor conditions, Latex, Lighting, Patient care/handling injuries, Radiation, Shift work, Travel may be required.
  • Use of personal protective equipment, including respirators, environmental conditions may vary depending on assigned work area and work tasks.

Similar jobs:

  • All Jobs
  • Active
Medical Technologist, 11p - 7:30a
Emory HealthcareDecatur, GA
Associated topics: blood collection, hematopathology, lab, microbiology, mlt, technician ii, technician iv, technician lab, technician laboratory, toxicology
Medical Technologist, 11p - 7:30a
EmoryDecatur, GA
Eligible for certification by one of the following accreditation agencies: MT (ASCP), MLS (ASCP) or categorical, MT (NCA), MT(AMT), MT (HHS or HEW).
Medical Technologist I
Emory Healthcare / Emory UniversityAtlanta, GA
Certified by one of the following accreditation agencies: MT (ASCP), MLS (ASCP), MT (AMT), MT (HHS or HEW), MT (AAB), generalist or categorical if applicable.
Medical Technologist II, 3p - 11:30p
Emory University HospitalDecatur, GA
Associated topics: ascp, blood collection, medical, microbiology, mls, sample collection, sterile processing technician, surgical technologist, technician iv, technician lab
Medical Technologist (Chemistry)
Northside HospitalAtlanta, GA
Must meet the requirements of a Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT), have three (3) years MLT experience in a clinical laboratory performing technical duties, plus have an AS degree in MLT or applied science, and have passed or be eligible to take the MT/MLS level exam through either ASCP (American Society for Clinical Pathology), AMT (American Medical Technologists), or AAB (American Association of Bioanalysts) exam.
4 Talent Acquisition Trends Going Into 2023

For better or worse, a side effect of the COVID-19 pandemic was a marked shift in talent acquisition practices worldwide. With the struggle to retain talent that began in 2020, companies have had to rethink recruitment strategies. The result has been new talent acquisition trends that are well on their way to becoming commonplace. These are the practices that are going to become even more widespread going into 2023.

Medical Technologist, FT - Days, Blood Bank, Piedmont
Piedmont HealthcareAtlanta, GA
Associated topics: blood collection, medical, medical laboratory science, mls, mlt, sterile processing technician, technician iii, technician laboratory, technologist, testing
General Medical - Technologist I
Softpath System LlcAtlanta, GA
Participates in departmental QA. Qualifications: One year of supervised clinical experience as a medical technologist in a clinical laboratory (Experience within the last year) The job titles they're mainly looking for in candidates are: Medical Technologist, Medical Laboratory Technologist, Medical Laboratory Scientist, Medical Laboratory Specialist.
Micro Medical Technologist II (Med Tech - Day Shift
Emory HealthcareEmory UniversityAtlanta, GA
+ Certified by one of the following accreditation agencies: MT (ASCP), MLS (ASCP), MT (AMT), MT (HHS or HEW), MT (AAB), generalist or categorical if applicable.
Medical Technologist Generalist
Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health AdministrationDecatur, GA
OR A bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university, including 16 semester hours of biological science (with one course in microbiology), 16 semester hours of chemistry (with one course in organic or biochemistry) and one course in mathematics, AND two years of post-certification clinical laboratory experience (e.g., blood banking, chemistry, hematology, microbiology, immunology, clinical microscopy, etc.)
Why is Professionalism Important & How to Be Professional

You might have heard the word professionalism thrown around in the workplace, but do you know what it means? And do you know how to maintain professionalism no matter the circumstances? 

Medical Technologist / Med Tech / Permanent
HC Solutions GroupAtlanta, GA
Certified by one of the following accreditation agencies: MT (ASCP), MLS (ASCP), MT (AMT), MT (HHS or HEW), MT (AAB), generalist or categorical if applicable.
Blood Bank Technologist OR Medical Technologist Needed on Weekends
KA RecruitingAtlanta, GA
In addition to the above certifications, applicants must have his or her ASCP or AMT Certification as a Medical Technologist-Medical Laboratory Scientist in addition to a Bachelor's Degree in Medical Technology or Clinical Laboratory Science.
Technologist Medical I Req
Quest DiagnosticsTucker, GA
Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS), Medical Technologist (MT) or Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT)
$53,000 - $90,000 a year Full-time
Medical Technologist Core Lab Supervisor
Veterans Health AdministrationDecatur, GA
Associated topics: blood collection, medical lab science, medical laboratory science, mlt, molecular, services, sterile processing technician, technician, technician lab, technician laboratory
How to Calculate Net Income

Understanding your finances can be daunting even if you’re good with numbers. Your net income, in particular, is a key metric for determining how well you’re doing financially and whether your current way of operating is sustainable or not.

Technologist Medical I Req
Quest DiagnosticTucker, GA
Associated topics: ascp, hematopathology, lab, medical technologist, mlt, services, surgical technologist, technician iv, technician laboratory, technologist
Senior Flow Cytometry Technologist (Yerkes)
Emory UniversityAtlanta, GA
Description The Emory Vaccine Center within the Yerkes National Primate Research Center at Emory University is currently seeking a full time Flow Cytometrist (Technologist or Director level) to join our Center for AIDS Research Flow Cytometry Core (CFAR-FCC).

Latest Blog Posts: Best Ways to End a Cover Letter with ExamplesIncluding a cover letter with your resume is a great way to introduce yourself to the hiring manager, tell them why you’re the ideal fit for the role, and provide context about your personal situation. A strong cover letter will give you an advantage over other applicants. But it’s important that you structure it properly and write it powerfully so that it carries an impact. This article will discuss how to end a cover letter effectively so you catch the eye of a hiring manager and increase your odds of landing an interview. Read on to learn more. to Write a Follow-Up Email for a Job Application?Most times, we have to do more than submit a "sugar-coated" resume to land our dream jobs. Going the extra mile to follow up on your job application can increase your chances of employment. Additionally, it may even help you get confirmation sooner on whether you are seriously being considered for the job or not. to Hire Remote WorkersRemote work used to be a thing of the future. However, with social, economic, and cultural events taking place across the country, it has now evolved into something that both job searchers AND companies are benefiting from. Remote work is multifaceted and can come in handy in a variety of situations. So, to help your small business take advantage of all of remote work's benefits, here is a short guide on how to hire remote workers. to Address a Cover Letter With ExamplesIt’s easy to get caught up in focusing on your resume – how it looks, what it says, and whether it’s going to land you a job interview. Because there is a big focus on building the perfect resume, job searchers often overlook the importance of a high-quality cover letter. Your cover letter plays a huge role in your first impression. It humanizes you and provides context for your resume. to Call Out of WorkNo matter how happy we are with our jobs, there are days when we feel overwhelmed and want to call out of work. No, don't feel guilty. It's expected because we're humans, and we can't control the uncertainties of life. But the problem lies in how to call out of work without seeming uncommitted to work, especially if you seldom get work-free days. is Seasonal Employment?Depending on where you are in your career, you might have first-hand experience with seasonal employment. Seasonal employment can be a great way to expand your skill set and earn extra cash while helping businesses meet seasonal increases in demand. to Ask for a Letter of RecommendationWhen the job board you subscribe to finally posts your dream job, you may feel like the stars have aligned. But part of securing a position that matches your career plan is ensuring you address all the application basics. You know, the resume, the cover letter, the portfolio. It seems like you've got this in the bag — until you realize they want a letter of recommendation, too!