- Full-time: Monday through Friday business hours (no evenings, weekends or Federal holidays)
Under the direction of the Laboratory Manager, the medical technologist, utilizes independent judgment, performs both routine and complex laboratory procedures including: result reporting, quality control and quality assurance, equipment maintenance, and trouble shooting. The technologist may also function as a supervisor, educator and/or researcher of new test methods and procedures.
Practice as a clinical laboratory technologist or as a certified clinical laboratory technician and the use of the titles "clinical laboratory technologist" or "certified clinical laboratory technician" in New York State require licensure, unless otherwise exempt under the law.
State Licensure is the process by which a state grants a license to an individual to practice their profession in the specified state. The individual must meet the state’s licensing requirements.
To be licensed as a clinical laboratory technologist or as a certified clinical laboratory technician in New York State you must:
be of good moral character;
- be of good moral character;
- be at least 18 years of age;
- meet education requirements (does not apply to some grandparenting method);
- meet examination requirements (unless you are licensed by grandparenting); and
- meet experience requirements (for licensure by grandparenting only).
Educational Requirements by NYS DOH:
- Must meet New York State requirements, sub-part 58.
- BS degree in medical technology, or equivalent.
Crouse Medical Practice, PLLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer-M/F/D/V. To apply, please reply to this ad with your resume and a copy of your laboratory technologist license or certification.