MOHS Tech - Dermatology-PRN

Pathology and Lab Waukee, Iowa


Looking for a career where you love what you do and who you do it with? You’re in the right place.  
Healthcare here is different – we’re locally owned and led by our physicians, and all decisions are always made right here in Central Iowa.  
By working at The Iowa Clinic, you’ll get to make a difference while seeing a difference in our workplace. Because as one clinic dedicated to exceptional care, we’re committed to exceeding expectations, showing compassion, and collaborating to provide the kind of care most of us got into this business to deliver in the first place.  
Think you’ve got what it takes to join our TIC team? Keep reading…  
We are looking for a PRN MOHS Tech to cover sick days, vacations, etc.  This position is very limited PRN as it's covering one full time employee's coverage when they're not here.  
A day in the life…  
Wondering what a day in the life of a PRN MOHS Tech in Dermatology at The Iowa Clinic might look like?  
  • Arrive at work in the morning – no night shifts here! 
  • Provides professional assistance to assigned physician following established MOHS Tech standards and medical office procedures.
  • Prepares microscopic slides on human tissue for diagnostic purposes.
  • Maintains laboratory, equipment, and accurate records of quality assurance controls; assists with teaching and implementation of new procedures.
  • Train staff on Mohs surgery histology as needed.
  • Maintains awareness of applicable laws and/or regulations affecting area of responsibility and
    makes recommendations for changes to ensure compliance.
  • Leave in the evening – hooray for working standard clinic hours.
This job might be for you if you have…  
  • Associate degree in laboratory science or medical laboratory technology
  • HT(ASCP) certified/eligible preferred 
  • Previous work as a Mohs technician preferred. 
  • Demonstrate ability to effectively communicate in English with people from diverse professional, educational, and lifestyle backgrounds both verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to read and write legibly and understand/follow written and verbal directions.
  • Must demonstrate ability to utilize effective decision-making and problem-solving techniques.
  • Must possess knowledge of general laboratory and Histotechnology policies, procedures, and equipment (microscope, microtome machine)  based on experience in the industry of histopathology. Must possess technical knowledge required to manage complex and/or multiple projects simultaneously, including significant systems integration initiatives using interface/integration standards.
  • Must possess skills to operate business office machines, i.e., computer, fax, and photocopy equipment.
  •  Ability to remain calm and professional in stressful situations and focused amid constant interruptions in a fast-paced environment. 
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