Upper Chesapeake Medical Center Medical Technologist in Bel Air, Maryland
Evening shift - Every weekend
The Medical Technologist performs clinical laboratory testing in various sections of the Laboratory. A Medical Technologist receives specimens, performs clinical laboratory tests by standardized procedures, understands method principles; performs quality control and preventative maintenance; and interprets results as to accuracy, acceptability and critical limits. The Technologist works independently, organizing work to meet established deadlines and records all data obtained. The Technologist interacts with patient populations from neonate to elderly; with patients of all types of illnesses. Education & Training: Completion of a Bachelors degree in a related science or an accredited program in Medical Technology, or a combination of education and experience along with a nationally recognized certification at the technologist level or 6 years of MLT experience. Military qualifications/training will be reviewed on a case by case basis. In addition to the above, individuals must meet federal and state requirements to perform high complexity testing. ASCP certification preferred. Work Orientation & Experience:. Experience may be required based upon education and training. The incumbent may require up to 3 months of full time detailed job orientation and training to gain specific capabilities to perform essential job functions.