Laboratory Corporation of America Forensic Specimen Processor I in Saint Paul, Minnesota
MedTox Laboratories is a subsidiary of Laboratory Corporation of America (LabCorp). The integration of LabCorp and Covance in 2015 makes LabCorp the largest health care diagnostic company in the world. LabCorp operates in over 60 countries creating great opportunities for career growth and advancement across the world.
If you are motivated by job satisfaction, MedTox Laboratories is the place for you. Every day we make a difference in the way the medical community receives accurate results for our clients and patients. Come join an industry leader to grow your career in the Medical Laboratory Industry as a Forensic Lab Processor I.
The Forensic Lab Processor I works in fast paced, production type environment performing a vital component of medical laboratory science. Receive on the job training for the pre-analytical processing of medical samples.
Process client samples, quality control samples and proficiency samples. Adhere to the SOP.
Maintain work area, equipment, cleans, and perform scheduled and as needed maintenance procedures.
Complete all documents accurately and neatly. Monitor chain of custody, and custody and control forms for completeness and acceptability.
Perform material handling duties by supplying workstations with packaged samples to process, racks and bins to hold processed samples, removal of empty racks and bins, and stocking of other supplies necessary for the accessioning of samples.
Use independent judgment to decide how to process a wide variety of samples in accordance with applicable requirements, standards and regulations.
About our Company: MedTox Laboratories, a LabCorp Specialty Testing Group, located in the Roseville / New Brighton area operates a SAMHSA-certified drug testing laboratory and CAP and CLIA-certified clinical laboratory. Our comprehensive laboratory and testing services coupled with our commitment to excellent customer service ensures that our clients' testing programs operate as efficiently and effectively as possible. We are committed to building strong relationships with our clients; being responsive to their questions and adaptable to their needs.
Required Education, Experience, Skills and Qualifications:
Receive on the job training
Must be able to distinguish colors including shades of colors
Must be able to regularly lift, carry, and rotate/turn with up to thirty pounds
High School Diploma or equivalent
Able to work independently under general supervision
Able to work in a fast paced production environment to meet established turnaround times
Must be able to perform work with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail
Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks
Tues-Friday 530AM-2 PM. Sat 715-345 PM
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.