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Overview

POSITION SUMMARY...

Under the direct supervision of Lab Management, the Lab Analyst I performs laboratory assays for the timely detection of newborn disorders. The Lab Analyst I maintains competency in high complexity testing (as defined by CLIA) in all laboratory methodologies of the section. The analyst performs other related laboratory tasks in support of laboratory management. Responsibilities include careful adherence to established laboratory protocols, or specific directives of appropriate laboratory managers. This is an entry level laboratory position that will receive a high level of direction and supervision to perform assigned work.
Responsibilities

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
• Performs laboratory assays (clinical or research) with appropriate documentation, as an integral member of the section’s laboratory analysts, following validated protocols.
• Follows established safety and privacy protocols.
• Assists management in the performance and documentation of laboratory activities for the technical development, validation, performance and troubleshooting of laboratory assays (both laboratory-developed tests as well as kit assays) used in the screening procedures.
• Assists management in laboratory activities for validation, troubleshooting the performance of and management of instrumentation used in the screening procedures.
• Assists management in laboratory activities for validation, troubleshooting and monitoring of the instrumentation relationships with LIMS.
• Works as an integral team member as needed in the preparation and validation of reagents, materials and kits used in the laboratory.
• Contributes data for laboratory documentation of quality assurance, quality control, and competency data in accordance with Program policies and CLIA requirements.
• Perform other duties as required.
Qualifications

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor’s degree in chemical, life or clinical sciences; or equivalent
• 0-2 years of experience including previous laboratory experience
• Must satisfy CLIA requirements for high complexity testing
• Experience with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the clinical laboratory
• Good communication and organizational skills, with focus on detail and orderliness
• Ability to perform laboratory procedures as assigned once trained, with great care and attention
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Experience with productivity software (Excel, Word, Access)
• Flexibility in work schedule as required by laboratory section (i.e., weekend and holiday rotations).
Additional Information

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Experience with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the clinical laboratory
Rutland MA United States

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