United Health Services in Upstate New York is hiring 2 full-time Senior Clinical Laboratory Technologists to supervise our lab services and phlebotomy teams at Chenango Memorial Hospital in Norwich, New York. These benefits-eligible positions are for day and evening shifts.
At United Health Services, you’ll join a healthcare system of 6,300+ employees and providers. We’re proud to continually invest in our workforce with excellent benefits and opportunities for career advancement. Successful candidates may be eligible for:
Up to a $15,000 sign-on bonus
Relocation assistance to move to the Greater Binghamton or Norwich, NY area
Local market competitive wage of $32.61 - $48.92/hour depending on experience
Senior Clinical Laboratory Technologist Position Overview
The Senior Clinical Laboratory Technologist performs the duties of a Medical Technologist, which include running routine and specialized tests, monitoring lab processes, and verifying test results, and functions as the section supervisor. The successful candidate will be responsible for maintaining SOPMs and instrumentation, supervising and training staff, and overseeing the operations of their assigned section.
Senior Lab Technologists are expected to uphold all policies and procedures set forth by United Health Services, the NYS Department of Health, and the CDC. Servicing thousands of patients per year, our high-volume laboratories are accredited by the NYS DOH and the College of American Pathologists.
Continuously monitor staffing levels and make adjustments as appropriate to meet various clinical care and financial objectives
Interview, hire, and provide orientation for new personnel in accordance with policies and procedures
Supervise technical personnel in the performance of routine and complex laboratory testing in one or more of the departments within the clinical laboratory
Evaluate and document staff performance and take corrective action as outlined by Human Resources policy
Ensure departmental compliance with all regulatory standards, identify internal controls, and provide mechanisms to monitor and enforce compliance
Participate in the Quality Improvement Plan by establishing quality control standards, compiling QC data, and reviewing all data to ensure accurate reporting of lab results
Troubleshoot equipment as necessary, identify problems, and perform repairs whenever possible and/or initiate manufacturer service calls
On a daily basis, review completed laboratory data (computer data entry, completion of all test orders, calls list) to ensure the accuracy of reports as ordered, confirm all testing is performed in compliance with current policies and procedures, appropriately document any occurrence that may impact patient care, educate staff on any errors, and recognize and interpret any clinically significant results and notify providers per policy
Co-chair monthly staff meetings for departments to provide an open forum for identifying issues and the need for corrective actions or further communication
Assist in the development and implementation of departmental policies and procedures
Participate and assist in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the team’s continuing education needs
Demonstrate commitment to United Health Services’ organizational Values of Compassion, Trust, Respect, Teamwork, and Innovation
Bachelor’s degree or higher for Clinical Laboratory Technology or a related title from a program registered by the NYS department of licensure or a program determined to be the substantial equivalent of a registered program (refer to the NYS Office of the Professions for academic requirements for licensure) or a grandfathered NYS Clinical Laboratory Technology license
New York State Clinical Laboratory Technologist license or eligibility
6 years of work experience as a Clinical Laboratory Technologist
Specialty certification from the American Society for Clinical Pathology Board of Certification
Health, dental, and vision insurance
403(b) retirement plan with company match model
Immediate accrual of paid time off
Wellness program rewards and insurance discounts
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) counseling and concierge services
Leadership development and training programs
About United Health Services
United Health Services is a not-for-profit healthcare system serving more than 500,000 people in Upstate New York’s Southern Tier region. We offer integrated healthcare services across 60 locations, including four hospitals, three walk-in centers, 22 primary care offices, and various specialty care offices in addition to home care services and senior living facilities. The United Health Services system employs more than 6,300 people and comprises 600+ providers who are all committed to providing and supporting the delivery of exceptional patient care.
United Health Services employees and providers are “LOVED!” This means we’re Living Our Values Every Day. Here, you’ll join a team that is dedicated to values-based, coordinated patient care. Every day, we outwardly live our Values of Compassion, Trust, Respect, Teamwork, and Innovation.
About New York’s Southern Tier
As an employee of United Health Services, you’ll call the Southern Tier, or more specifically, the Greater Binghamton area, home. Known for entertainment and restaurants, craft brews, outdoor experiences, minor-league sports, family-friendly events, and a keenness for local history (like our connection to the Twilight Zone and our six antique carousels), Greater Binghamton offers something for everyone. We’re a short drive away from the Finger Lakes region in Central New York, three hours from New York City, and just shy of four hours from Niagara Falls, Canada.
United Health Services in an Equal Opportunity Employer.
United Health Services, Inc. and the members of the UHS System neither are affiliated with, sponsored, endorsed nor approved by, nor otherwise associated with, Universal Health Services, Inc. (NYSE: UHS), UHS of Delaware, Inc. nor their affiliates, which can be found at www.uhsinc.com.