Clinical Lab Scientist II

Job Description:
Overview St.
Elizabeth Community Hospital provides state-of-the-art health care to the North State communities.
This award-winning facility is a member of the Dignity Health system of health care providers and is a not-for-profit medical center.
Located in picturesque Tehama County, St.
Elizabeth offers 76 licensed beds, a trauma level III emergency department, comprehensive surgical services and a progressive Family Birth Center.
Elizabeth Community Hospital is a Truven 100 Top Hospital in the Nation for seven consecutive years, and has built a reputation for excellence in orthopedics, family-centered maternity care and emergency services.
Elizabeth is a sister facility to Mercy Medical Center Redding and Mercy Medical Center Mt.
Shasta, and is committed to providing the highest quality, compassionate care available.
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Responsibilities The Clinical Laboratory Scientist II performs technical work of considerable difficulty, primarily in testing patient samples through various chemical, microscopic, serological, and bacteriologic techniques requiring a significant amount of independent judgment while operating and maintaining automated equipment.
Qualifications Current California Clinical Laboratory Scientist licensure Recent clinical laboratory experience Basic computer skills, ability to read and follow written instructions (i.
, policies and procedures) as well as understand and adhere to verbal directions Ability to write policy and procedures as well as communicate verbal directions effectively Above average communication, organizational skills, mathematical aptitude for computations, standard formulas, and precise measurements and ability to adapt to workload demands Ability to remain clam and function efficiently during difficult or emergency situations Preferred Qualifications: Experience in an acute care hospital Advanced degree in a related field Registration with a national professional organization (AABB, ASCP, NCA) and knowledge of medical terminology

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