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Lab Technician (Night Shift)

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JOB TITLE:

Lab Technician (Night Shift)

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JOB SKILLS:

JOB LOCATION:

Worthington Massachusetts / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Shift :Shift 3
Shift Timings:11:30-8am Monday-Friday
As a Medical Laboratory Technician in the fields of hematology and clinical chemistry at Client , you will be a key contributor at one of the largest veterinary diagnostic companies in the world. You will perform laboratory testing that helps veterinarians diagnose and treat pets. You will join a fast-paced work environment that encourages teamwork, quality, and offers opportunities for personal growth. This is a full-time role with competitive benefits and shift differential.
In This Role:
• You will be using automated analyzers, microscopes and other laboratory diagnostic tools to perform analyses and tests that diagnose animal illnesses, injuries and diseases in support of veterinarian animal treatment.
• You will be performing diagnostic tests on blood, urine, fecal or pet biopsy samples that we receive in our lab by the thousands, every day.
• You will be responsible for setting up and running lab tests and reading and releasing results according to SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures).

You can expect to specialize in one or more of the following areas:
• Hematology: Testing cell-related components of blood samples to enumerate and identify their cellular components, including the microscopic evaluation of blood smears and the use of automated and manual counting techniques.
• Chemistry/Endocrinology: Testing blood and body fluids for various analytes, utilizing automated instrumentation.
• Urinalysis: Analysis and evaluation of chemical and microscopic components of urine samples, using automated instrumentation and manual techniques.
• Parasitology: Examining samples to identify parasites, utilizing fecal flotation and various microscopic techniques.
• Immunology/Serology: Testing blood and other samples for the presence of viral and bacterial disease by detecting antibodies (AB) or antigens (AG).
• Microbiology: Processing clinical samples for the identification of bacteria and fungi using automated and manual methods.
• PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction): Examining samples for the presence of specific substances (often bacteria) using molecular diagnostic methods.

What You Will Need to Succeed:
• Ideally, you will have experience working in a laboratory. Experience setting up, running and reading lab test and operating laboratory equipment (microscopes and/or clinical diagnostic analyzers) would be a plus.
• You have a positive attitude and love to bring that energy into the lab every day to support your colleagues
• You are looking forward to working in a team
• You concentrate on the details and can work reliably and precisely
• You have a great sense of team spirit and responsibility
• It is not required to work in our lab, but if you were a Veterinary Technician (RVT, LVT, CVT)?or Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT or MT), this experience and education would be a plus.
• Able to meet the physical requirements that go with working in a lab – standing and sitting for extended periods of time, phone & computer use, extended reach, lifting up to 50lb, and specific vision ability – close, color, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

Position Details

POSTED:

Jun 11, 2022

EMPLOYMENT:

INDUSTRY:

Health Care

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S164586960751284

LOCATION:

Massachusetts / United States

CITY:

Worthington

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Shift :Shift 3
Shift Timings:11:30-8am Monday-Friday
As a Medical Laboratory Technician in the fields of hematology and clinical chemistry at Client , you will be a key contributor at one of the largest veterinary diagnostic companies in the world. You will perform laboratory testing that helps veterinarians diagnose and treat pets. You will join a fast-paced work environment that encourages teamwork, quality, and offers opportunities for personal growth. This is a full-time role with competitive benefits and shift differential.
In This Role:
• You will be using automated analyzers, microscopes and other laboratory diagnostic tools to perform analyses and tests that diagnose animal illnesses, injuries and diseases in support of veterinarian animal treatment.
• You will be performing diagnostic tests on blood, urine, fecal or pet biopsy samples that we receive in our lab by the thousands, every day.
• You will be responsible for setting up and running lab tests and reading and releasing results according to SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures).

You can expect to specialize in one or more of the following areas:
• Hematology: Testing cell-related components of blood samples to enumerate and identify their cellular components, including the microscopic evaluation of blood smears and the use of automated and manual counting techniques.
• Chemistry/Endocrinology: Testing blood and body fluids for various analytes, utilizing automated instrumentation.
• Urinalysis: Analysis and evaluation of chemical and microscopic components of urine samples, using automated instrumentation and manual techniques.
• Parasitology: Examining samples to identify parasites, utilizing fecal flotation and various microscopic techniques.
• Immunology/Serology: Testing blood and other samples for the presence of viral and bacterial disease by detecting antibodies (AB) or antigens (AG).
• Microbiology: Processing clinical samples for the identification of bacteria and fungi using automated and manual methods.
• PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction): Examining samples for the presence of specific substances (often bacteria) using molecular diagnostic methods.

What You Will Need to Succeed:
• Ideally, you will have experience working in a laboratory. Experience setting up, running and reading lab test and operating laboratory equipment (microscopes and/or clinical diagnostic analyzers) would be a plus.
• You have a positive attitude and love to bring that energy into the lab every day to support your colleagues
• You are looking forward to working in a team
• You concentrate on the details and can work reliably and precisely
• You have a great sense of team spirit and responsibility
• It is not required to work in our lab, but if you were a Veterinary Technician (RVT, LVT, CVT)?or Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT or MT), this experience and education would be a plus.
• Able to meet the physical requirements that go with working in a lab – standing and sitting for extended periods of time, phone & computer use, extended reach, lifting up to 50lb, and specific vision ability – close, color, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.


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