Administrative Director of Pathology & Lab Medicine

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The Administrative Director provides administrative management of Clinical Pathology, Anatomic Pathology, Blood Bank, Genomics Laboratories, and Biorepository for Phoenix Children’s Hospital in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, with administrative responsibilities for Pathology Faculty for Phoenix Children’s Medical Group. The Administrative Director is involved with policy development, protocol program management, performance improvement, staffing management and leadership of the team members. Has responsibilities with Division Chief for strategic planning, developing and managing administrative and programmatic operations, as well as full fiscal oversight to include management enhancement. Oversees all licensure and accreditation requirements and quality projects throughout the department. The Administrative Director's operational scope involves direct interaction and professional relationships across multiple departments and different levels of the organization. The Administrative Director, through strong communication as well as visible, professional leadership, demonstrates and promotes inter and intra-disciplinary collaboration and cooperation. Recognizing the delivery of pathology services and the determination of clinical appropriateness of services is the professional responsibility of the Faculty, the Administrative Director works closely and collaboratively with the Faculty to develop measurable Pathology and Executive goals and priorities. Participates with leadership to develop short and long term strategies to ensure that quality laboratory activities are provided. Fosters leadership development in management to promote an agile and flexible workforce. Represents clinical laboratories on cross-functional committees; has external presence in community and professional organizations and societies.

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Histotechnician II

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This position performs general histology functions, routine histologic and immunohistochemical testing according to clearly prescribed procedures and laboratory techniques or developmental methods. This position receives general supervision of work activities from the department supervisor and does not supervise any other position.

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Ld Medical Lab Scientist

This position performs a variety of clinical laboratory procedures to evaluate and determine reliability of test results and provide data for diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease. This position also assumes a leadership role in daily operations, problem resolution, technical guidance, and compliance with regulatory standards. This position receives supervision of completed work activities from the Supervisor and provides supervisory support as needed.

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Medical Lab Scientist II

The Medical Laboratory Scientist II performs and interprets standard, complex and specialized laboratory tests. The MLS II has an understanding of the underlying scientific principles of laboratory testing as well as the technical, procedural, and problem-solving aspects. The MLS II correlates abnormal laboratory data with pathologic states, determines validity of test results and need for additional investigation. The MLS II has an understanding of quality control programs, and evaluates computer-generated data and troubleshoots problems. The MLS II is able to participate in the introduction, investigation and implementation of new procedures and in the evaluation of new instruments. The MLS II understands and enforces regulatory requirements and safety regulations. This position receives supervision of completed work activities from the supervisor.

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Medical Lab Scientist II

The Medical Laboratory Scientist II performs and interprets standard, complex and specialized laboratory tests. The MLS II has an understanding of the underlying scientific principles of laboratory testing as well as the technical, procedural, and problem-solving aspects. The MLS II correlates abnormal laboratory data with pathologic states, determines validity of test results and need for additional investigation. The MLS II has an understanding of quality control programs, and evaluates computer-generated data and troubleshoots problems. The MLS II is able to participate in the introduction, investigation and implementation of new procedures and in the evaluation of new instruments. The MLS II understands and enforces regulatory requirements and safety regulations. This position receives supervision of completed work activities from the supervisor.

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Supervisor, Lab-Genomics

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This position provides general supervision for assigned staff to ensure daily technical operations achieve and comply with established operating budget, quality control, inventory management and regulatory standards. This position receives supervision of completed work activities from the Director, Laboratory.

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Transcriptionist Path Supp I

This position is an entry level medical language specialist who performs office administration functions and transcription of dictations for the department providing timely and accurate patient reports and information to both internal and external customers. This position receives regular review of completed work activities from the Manager, Anatomic Pathology, and does not supervise any other position.

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