Advanced Search


Start New Search:

medical technologist blood bank
biomedical science
medical laboratory scientist
medical lab technician
blood bank
biological science
laboratory science
permanent full time
top tier
medical technologist
health and human services
clinical laboratory

Medical Technologist II

Share Job
Suggest Revision
Piedmont HealthcareAtlanta, GA
  • JOB PURPOSE: Independently performs laboratory procedures for which the technologist has been trained and demonstrated competency.
  • Independently performs laboratory testing on patients of all ages using professional knowledge of laboratory procedures,executing, interpreting and/or analyzing, in an accurate and timely manner.
  • In addition, oversees the technical activities of the section or department in the absence of the lead or supervisor.
  • Requirements MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED: High School diplomaor equivalent required plus a sufficient number of college and/or technical school courses and clinical training to satisfy the requirements for testing and certification as a medical technologist by an approved certifying agency.
  • MINIMUM EDUCATION PREFERRED: Bachelor’s Degree in clinical laboratory science, biomedical science, medical technologyor in a life / biological science (biology, biochemistry, microbiology, etc.)
  • preferredMINIMUM EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Three years in a clinical laboratory setting.
  • MINIMUM LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION REQUIRED BY LAW: Certification as a medical technologist or medical laboratory scientist by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists (ASCP), AMT (American Medical Technologists) or AAB (American Association of Bioanalysts)according to the qualifications through the State of Georgia Department of Community Health, Healthcare Facility, Clinical Laboratory regulations.
  • A person who recently moved into the state of Georgia may be temporarily classified as technologists for eighteen (18) months only to afford the person an opportunity to successfully complete an approved qualifying examination.
  • AAB provisional certification not accepted.
  • ADDITIONAL PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Should be competent in areas of the laboratory being covered, including chemistry, hematology, coagulation, blood bank, microbiology.
  • Diversity & Inclusion At Piedmont Healthcare we embrace diverse ideas, perspectives, and skills to create a collaborative workplace where the best talent wants to succeed.
  • We celebrate differences and recognize that they allow us to care for our community.
  • Excellence at Work Piedmont is a certified Great Place to Work™
  • a national designation based on employee feedback about trust, workplace culture and experience.
  • In 2019, Forbes named Piedmont one of Georgia’s 10 best employers and the highest-ranked healthcare provider.

Similar jobs:

  • All Jobs
  • Active
Medical Technologist, Blood Bank
Piedmont Atlanta HospitalAtlanta, GA
Department: Laboratory, Blood Bank
Medical Technologist OR Medical Laboratory Scientist OR MT (Medical Lab Technician)
KA Recruiting IncAtlanta, GA
Generalist opening in Atlanta, Georgia.
Medical Technologist OR Medical Laboratory Scientist OR MT - Permanent / Full - Time
KA RecruitingAtlanta, GA
This and other medical lab technician jobs brought to you by
Medical Technologist II
Emory HealthcareAtlanta, GA
May perform tests including but not limited to standardized and semi-routine biological, chemical, hematological, immunological, immunohematological, microbiological, and serological tests in a research or clinical laboratory.
Medical Technologist II
EmoryAtlanta, GA
May perform tests including but not limited to standardized and semi-routine biological, chemical, hematological, immunological, immunohematological, microbiological, and serological tests in a research or clinical laboratory.
$16.35 - $30 an hour Full-time
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 2
Children's Healthcare of AtlantaAtlanta, GA
Monday-Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Medical Technologist II, PRN Position, Varied Shift
Emory Healthcare / Emory UniversityAtlanta, GA
+ May perform tests including but not limited to standardized and semi-routine biological, chemical, hematological, immunological, immunohematological, microbiological, and serological tests in a research or clinical laboratory.
Medical Technologist II, Cellular Therapy Laboratory
Emory University HospitalAtlanta, GA
May perform tests including but not limited to standardized and semi-routine biological, chemical, hematological, immunological, immunohematological, microbiological, and serological tests in a research or clinical laboratory.
Supervisory Medical Technologist
Veterans Health AdministrationDecatur, GA
The incumbent is responsible for full coordination and informing the laboratory manager or Core Lab Supervisor of major problems and decisions in the assigned lab section.
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? 

Supervisory Medical Technologist
U.S. Department of Veterans AffairsDecatur, GA
A bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited college or university in medical laboratory science, medical technology, clinical laboratory science or in a related science (e.g., laboratory sciences such as chemistry, biochemistry, biology, microbiology, immunology, etc.)
Medical Technologist (Microbiology / RRL Lab)
Northside HospitalAtlanta, GA
Position Description Performs and interprets laboratory tests in the Clinical Laboratory for the diagnosis and care of neonate, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients.
Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT)
Georgia Institute of TechnologyAtlanta, GA
Stamps Health Services provides care in six areas: Primary care, Women’s health, Psychiatry, Travel/Immunization/Allergy, Pharmacy, and Diagnostic Services (lab and radiology).
Medical Technologist (Evenings)
Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health AdministrationAtlanta, GA
The work performed is in a variety of laboratory disciplines, such as bacteriology, chemistry (including endocrinology and toxicology), molecular biology, coagulation, flow cytometry, hematology, immunology, immunohematology (blood banking), mycology, parasitology, serology, urinalysis, and virology.
6 Best Ways to End a Cover Letter with Examples

Including 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.

Medical Technologist II - Temporary Pathology
Emory UniversityAtlanta, GA
JOB DESCRIPTION: Performs standardized and moderately complex biological, chemical, hematological, immunological, immunohemotological, microbiological, and serological tests in a research or clinical laboratory.
Medical Lab Technologist
Radius Staffing SolutionsAtlanta, GA
Our client located in the Atlanta area is looking for a Medical Lab Technologist to join their team.

Latest Blog Posts: 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 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. to Avoid a Bad Hire"A new employee who doesn't meet the minimum performance, quality, and culture fit standards you set when you began sourcing and recruiting. Additionally, bad hires will immediately show signs of self-interest instead of an interest in their role and the company." 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! Are SMART Goals?When it comes to achieving our goals, there’s a lot of noise to work through. A study by the University of Scranton has found that only 8% of people who set New Year’s resolutions actually achieve them. Our busy lives might be one reason for this. Another, even more important reason, is our approach to goal setting. Being too vague, too ambitious or simply unclear on the timeframe can set us up for failure. vs Outsourcing Recruiting: Which is Better?When looking at in-house vs outsourcing recruiting, it is important to nail down the benefits for each and whether those benefits outweigh the risks that follow.