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Clinical Laboratory Assistant I Nights at Sonora Quest

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Location: Mesa, Arizona





Job Description:
City:

AZ-Mesa

Start Time:

9:30 pm

FTE Status:

(PA) 0.6 - 24-27 Hours

End Time:

7:00 am

Scheduled Days:

Rotating

Required to Work:

Weekends, Holidays

Part time, night shift clinical laboratory assistant needed for Banner Desert Medical Center to work in their busy clinical laboratory. This position will work in a high volume, high production, fast paced environment and requires excellent attention to detail.

Sonora Quest Laboratories, a joint venture between Banner Health and Quest Diagnostics, is the nation's largest integrated laboratory system with approximately 3,100 employees serving more than 23,000 patients every day throughout Arizona. We are the market share leader in clinical laboratory testing in Arizona, performing more than 60 million diagnostic tests per year. We are CAP accredited and are the only healthcare company ever to receive our state's highest quality award, the Arizona Governor's Award for Quality .

We are seeking knowledgeable, resourceful, and adaptable employees who enjoy busy work environments, problem solving, and innovative process improvement. We want to have the best possible impact in patient diagnostic outcomes and are looking for like minded, patient focused folks who genuinely care about patient care.

POSITION SUMMARY

This position is entry level and is responsible for the receipt of biological specimens into the department, preparation of samples for analytical testing, and performing testing. This position reports to department supervisor, and takes direction from higher level technical personnel.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Basic computer skills.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
• Previous clinical laboratory experience.
• Successful completion of a laboratory assistant program.
• Basic knowledge of specimen requirements and handling.
• Knowledge of medical terminology.