Cytogenetic Technologist II - 126235
#126235 Cytogenetic Technologist IIExtended Deadline: Tue 12/12/2023
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Under general supervision, performs job duties in all areas of a full service clinical cytogenetic laboratory; including cell culture, cell harvest, slide preparation and analysis. Proven ability to perform microscopic chromosome/FISH analysis, provide critical review of chromosome/FISH analyses, and report results using appropriate International System for Human Cytogenetic Nomenclature (ISCN). Provide high quality results in a timely manner and, on a daily basis, will assess overall workload for any area that needs help. Other responsibilities may include: data entry, trouble-shooting, training/mentoring, SOP preparation in document control system, test/instrument validation, quality control and quality assurance programs, proficiency testing oversight and participation in lab accreditation process, coordinate LIS function and utilization, computer imaging system oversight, inventory management, safety coordinator, and other duties as assigned by the Lab Director or Supervisor.
This posting has been modified as of 11/9/23, and reposted.
Clinical Cytogeneticist Scientist (CCS) issued by CDPH.
Technologist in Cytogenetics (CG(ASCP)).
Bachelor's degree in Medical Technology, Biology, or related field, with plus five years' experience in an accredited clinical cytogenetics laboratory OR In lieu of a Bachelor's degree, employer will accept two additional years of professional level experience as a Cytogenetic Technologist.
Ten (10) years of previous experience in an accredited clinical Cytogenetics laboratory.
Must have relevant experience and proficiency in Cytogenetics techniques and analysis.
Possess the skills, knowledge and abilities essential to the successful performance of duties assigned to the position.
Ability to perform microscopic chromosome analysis and/or metaphase/Heme/HER2 FISH analysis.
- Fifteen (15) year of previous experience in an accredited clinical Cytogenetics Laboratory.
- Chromosome analysis pre-review.
- Second opinion review of FISH analysis.
- Proven ability in technical training in Cytogenetics.
- Must be able to work various hours and locations based on business needs.
- Employment is subject to a criminal background check and pre-employment physical.
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Annual Full Pay Range: $117,701 - $146,327 (will be prorated if the appointment percentage is less than 100%)
Hourly Equivalent: $56.37 - $70.08
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