Laboratory Technician Information
3 - 5 Years
Bachelor’s degree in Medical Technology (MT)/Clinical Laboratory Scientist (CLS) or Associate’s degree in Medical Laboratory Technician-related science from an accredited program Chemistry techniques Familiarity with a lab environment Clinical lab testing Cryogenic procedures Creating a safe, effective environment Sterilization Equipment calibration Biohazard safety Medical teamwork Supply management Self-development
- Supports laboratory staff by maintaining glassware, logs, and record books; troubleshooting and resolving problems and helping with special projects.
- Maintains glassware by picking-up, cleaning, washing, sterilizing, and distributing.
- Provides glassware by ordering, receiving and inventorying glassware.
- Keeps laboratory supplies ready by inventorying stock, placing orders and verifying receipt.
- Keeps equipment operating by following operating instructions, troubleshooting breakdowns, maintaining supplies, performing preventive maintenance and calling for repairs.
- Documents information by maintaining daily logs and equipment record books.
- Resolves problems by examining and evaluating data and selecting corrective steps.
- Completes projects by assisting the project team and attending and participating in group and project meetings.
- Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities and reading technical publications.
- Enhances laboratory and organization reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests and exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.
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