The Lab Assistant is the "face of the lab". They interact with patients and hospital personnel. They use the computer system to register the patient and order tests. They collect specimens on inpatients and outpatients, tracking the specimens in the computer and transporting them to the lab for testing. They may perform collections for DOT and other contracted service urine drug screens.
$10.50 - $13.50
Health insurance Dental insurance Vision insurance 401k shift differential Holiday differential Paid leave accrual
High school courses important to the position:
Communication/speech English reading/writing Computer basics
Training, certifications, or degree needed to qualify for the position:
High School diploma Phlebotomy certificate or lab assistant certification is desirable, but not required Drivers license
Specific skills that your business recognizes as fundamental to employment (life skills):
Critical thinking Multicultural sensitivity Patient focused Communicate with diverse professional, educational and lifestyle backgrounds Manage stress Resourceful (with supplies, situations)
Advancement opportunities in the company:
Learn to do CLIA waived testing in the lab. Learn to help with billing work queues. Participate in Outreach lab draws for employee wellness programs.