Laboratory Corporation of America Specimen Accessioner - Colorado Coagulation in Englewood, Colorado
Colorado Coagulation, an internationally recognized leader in the field of hemostasis, has openings for highly motivated, quality-driven individuals who are looking for an opportunity to receive in depth training in the constantly evolving, highly specialized field of hemostasis. Our commitment to superior service and quality ensures that we provide our clients with the accurate results and scientific expertise needed to make informed decisions towards patient care.
Enjoy benefits frequently not available in the health care setting: a low employee-to-supervisor ratio; paid time off for six recognized holidays; limited to no regular scheduling on weekends; and an extensive benefits package.
This position will be involved in multiple pre- and post-analytical applications in the laboratory. This includes accessioning samples into the laboratory information system, handling sample through the storage process and delivery to the appropriate testing department.
Prepare laboratory specimens for analysis and testing
Unpack and route specimens to their respective staging areas
Accurately Identify and label specimens
Pack and ship specimens to proper testing facilities
Meet department activity and production goals
Properly prepare and store excess specimen samples
Data entry of patient information in an accurate and timely manner
Resolve and document any problem specimens
Additional duties as assigned.
High School Diploma or equivalent
No relative experience required; 1-2 years preferred
Previous medical or production experience is a plus
Comfortable handling biological specimens
Ability to accurately identify specimens
Experience working in a team environment
Strong data entry and organizational skills
High level of attention to detail
Proficient in MS Office
Ability to lift up to 30lbs.
Ability to pass a standardized color blind test
As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.