We are an Academic Medical Center and this position will involve some training of pathology Residents, Medical Students and Cytopathology Fellow.
QUALIFICATIONS:Licensure: a) Current license as a cytotechnologist issued by the state in which the laboratory is located, if such licensing is required.
Team Coordinator, CytologySentaraNorfolk, VAAMT Medical Technologist (MT) - Other/National, ASCP Cytologist (CT) - Other/National, ASCP Histotechnician (HT) - Other/National, ASCP Histotechnologist (HTL) - Other/National, ASCP Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS) - Other/National, ASCP Medical Technologist (MT) - Other/National, ASCP Technologist in Cytogenetics (CG) - Other/National, ASCP Technologist in Microbiology (M) - Other/National, ASCP Technologist in Molecular Biology (MB) - Other/National.Team Coordinator, CytologySentara HealthNorfolk, VAIn addition to a first rate heart program, the hospital is home to Nightingale Regional Air Ambulance and several dedicated facilities and specialized services. Sentara Norfolk General Hospital in Norfolk, VA is hiring for a Team Coordinator to work in Cytology.IRL Medical Technologist MT / MLS (Medical Technologist)KA Recruiting IncLouisville, KYCome bring your ASCP Clinical Lab Scientist (CLS), Medical Technologist (MT), or Medical Lab Scientist license and passion for blood banking! Technologist II/III: BS in Biological Science or Chemistry with ASCP (MT/MLS/CLS or BB) and 3-5 years blood bank experience or ASCP MLT with 5-10 years blood bank experience.Medical Laboratory Scientist - Blood BankTexas Health ResourcesFort Worth, TXBlood Bank Experience highly preferred Licenses and Certifications: MLS (ASCP), MT (ASCP), MLT (ASCP) required within 90 days from hire AMT, AAB, HHS, NCA, HEW, CLS- CA, FL, NY state license, Philippine Board of Technical Technology required upon hire M (ASCP) – Microbiology if working in Microbiology required upon hire BB (ASCP) – Blood Banking if working in Blood Bank required upon hire.
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