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Laboratory Director

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K.A. Recruiting Los Angeles , CA 90001

Posted 5 months ago

Full-time Laboratory Director needed right outside of Los Angeles!
(Reference Code: KAM)
Title:
Director Laboratory
Shift: Full-time Days/No Weekends
Reports To: Chief Operating Officer (COO)
Summary of

Responsibilities:
Responsibilities include directing and coordinating the operations of the Laboratory Department. The areas include performance and testing in hematology, chemistry, blood bank, microbiology, blood processing, pathology, and histology as well as a significant lab outreach program.
Must demonstrate a strong degree of independent judgment and decision-making skills as well as creativity and resourcefulness.
Must be able to complete projects in a timely manner and demonstrate the ability to select, train, motivate and develop subordinates. Must exhibit the ability to keep current with skills in laboratory technology and management. Must assess and evaluate care/services provided, staffing levels, competency and educational needs of all employees.
Must be able to demonstrate effective written and verbal communication and development and implementation of organizational and departmental policies, procedures, goals and objectives. Must maintain an environment for performance improvement and must be responsible to adapt to organizational change and community needs.

Job Requirements:
Education/Certificates/Licenses: BA or BS in biology or other acceptable health-related subjects. One year internship training program in a California-approved Clinical Laboratory Scientist (formally Medical Terminology) school or program.
Management education and/or management experience required. Ideally minimum 3 years as a Director in similar size facility (250 beds).
Offering competitive compensation and complete benefits!
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K.A. Recruiting