Laboratory Corporation of America Clinical Laboratory Scientist / Technologist in South San Francisco, California
Monogram Biosciences, a wholly owned subsidiary of LabCorp, is seeking a Clinical Laboratory Scientist (Technologist) to join its team in the Immunoassay Department of our Clinical Laboratory located in South San Francisco. In this position, you will perform highly complex diagnostic procedures on clinical specimens using chemiluminescent enzyme immunoassay based technology with the overall goal of providing results that will be used in the critical treatment of our clients.
You will work in a fast paced, customer focused, and challenging environment and will be a part of our overall mission at LabCorp: "Improving Health, Improving Lives" as we combat the COVID-19 pandemic and continue to lead the way in infectious disease, drug-gene, and immunoassay testing.
The schedule for this position will be Monday - Friday, 1st Shift with a start time between 7am-9am. Flexible based on candidate's preference!
Perform routine/complex technical procedures/functions according to departmental Standard Operating Procedures
Testing areas include: chemiluminescent enzyme immunoassays
Utilize automated instrumentation and perform preventative maintenance and calibrations as required
Monitor, operate and troubleshoot instrumentation to ensure proper functionality
Recognize problems and initiate troubleshooting steps to evaluate testing failures and other issues
Perform appropriate QA/QC (Qualification) procedures.
Review/monitor appropriate test performance indicators (initiate troubleshooting/occurrence reports as required)
Prepare, test and evaluate new reagents or controls
Analyze specimen data and report accurate and timely test results in order to deliver quality patient care
Maintain professional competence through continuing education, in-service training programs for licensure and affiliations with professional organizations
Maintain a safe work environment and wear appropriate personal protective equipment
Provide oversight and technical guidance for unlicensed laboratory staff and clinical laboratory scientists in training
Review, draft, and update Standard Operating Procedures and related testing documentation
May assist in the development and validation of new assays and technology transfers from R&D
BS/BA in Chemistry, Biology, Clinical Laboratory or similar scientific field
Current California State Clinical Laboratory license required (CLS Generalist)
Laboratory training/experience in specialties related to molecular biology and virology highly desired
Single and/or multi-channel pipetting experience desired
Ability to work in a collaborative, flexible environment
Proficient with computers; Familiarity with laboratory information systems are a plus
High level of attention to detail along with strong communication and organizational skills
Flexibility to work overtime or other shifts depending on business needs
If you're looking for a career that offers opportunities for growth, continual development, professional challenge and the chance to make a real difference, apply today!
Monday - Friday 1st shift (start time flexible - between 7am-9am). For example, 7am-330pm.
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.