The Medical Technologist is a professional member of the Laboratory staff who performs laboratory specimen collection; complex, non-routing procedures; quality control; instrument maintenance; and who accurately documents as specified, all work performed under the direction of the section supervisor. The technologist can recognize and resolve methodology problems using judgment and sensitivity to contributing factors, and is capable of directing the work of other staff.
- Education: Bachelor's Degree in: Medical Technology, Clinical Laboratory Science or Biological/ Chemical Science
- Experience Required: Entry Level
- Current registration as a Medical Technologist, issued by the ASCP or equivalent, or the ability obtain registration within 6 months or;
- Categorical certification by the ASCP or equivalent for a specific departmental category (i.e. Chemistry, Microbiology, etc.), or the ability to obtain certification within 6 months.