Laboratory Manager II: 40 Hours Per Week (AM/PM)

* Laboratory Management * Indianapolis, Indiana


Description

Franciscan Health Indianapolis 

Location: 
8111 S. Emerson Ave Indianapolis, IN 46237


Shift: Day Shift - Hours vary depending on business needs

FTE: 1.0

WHY ALVERNO


We are a highly reliable scientific organization building a culture of service. Our commitment advances the health, wellness and continuity of care in the communities we serve. We are one of the largest integrated laboratory networks serving hospitals in the Midwest region. Our network includes 32 hospitals and multiple physician offices.

WHAT WILL YOU DO

This individual is responsible for directing, planning, controlling and managing clinical and administrative functions for a small-size single site laboratory or a multi-site scope where assigned. Responsibilities include personnel, budgeting, relationships with medical staff and with other hospital departments, supporting hospital functions from the laboratory perspective and representing ACL within the hospital environment. He/she will have demonstrated leadership and effective communication skills as well as high levels of competence in clinical and management practices. This individual shall maintain a healing environment for employees and patients with a spirit of caring and concern as incorporated in the philosophy of our Catholic healthcare systems while performing all job functions.

WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR 

One of the following must be met:

Have a Bacheloros degree in a chemical, physical, biological or clinical laboratory science, or medical technology from an accredited institution and have one year of laboratory training or experience, or both, in high complexity testing.

Qualify under 42CFR493.1489 (b)

Have earned an associates degree in a laboratory science, or medical laboratory technology from an accredited institution or have equivalent education and training as defined in 42CFR493.1489 (b)  and have at last 2 years of laboratory training or experience, or both in high complexity testing: or have previously qualified as a general supervisor under section 493.1462 on or before February 28, 1992 with exceptions as stated in 42CFR493.1461 (3) (ii). 3. On or before September 1, 1992, have served as a general supervisor of high complexity testing and as of April 24, 1995 met the  defined by CLIA 493.1461(4).

Be qualified as a Technician with a high school diploma and successful completion of a HHS or approved military clinical lab training program, plus have 2 additional years of lab training or experience, or both, in high complexity, testing either before or after completing the training program. 4. On or before September 1, 1992, have served as a general supervisor of high complexity testing and met the defined by CLIA 493.1461 (5). Be qualified as a Technician with high school diploma and serving as technical supervisor for high complexity testing on or before 9/1/02. This individual must also have 10 years of lab training or experience, or both, in high complexity testing, including at least 6 years of supervisory experience between 9/1/82 and 9/1/92.

5. Qualifies as a general supervisor before February 28, 1992 under CLIA 493.1462.

6. Successfully achieved a satisfactory grade in a proficiency examination approved by the HHS (HEW exam).

Other experience required:

A. Training and relevant experience in high complexity testing of Immunology, Chemistry, Hematology and Microbiology. Masters in Health or Business Administration preferred. Eight years relevant experience including at least three years of supervisory/management experience of multiple laboratory sections required. B. When supervising the technical operations of the transfusion service the person must have education or experience equivalent to an associateÕs degree (or beyond) in a chemical, physical or biological science or medical technology and at least 4 years experience, one of which is in transfusion medicine, under a qualified laboratory director.