Student Intern / Temp / 40 Hours / Pathology / BWH

Brigham And Women's Hospital Boston , MA 02298

Posted 1 week ago

Works with clinicians and technologists in a busy on-call laboratory to observe and understand testing taking place and well as assist in the collection of materials or data to further investigate topics of interest.

Prepares and presents finding to the laboratory staff.

Works mostly independently under supervisory guidance.

Retrieves, classifies, sorts and files reports, correspondence, memos and other confidential and non-confidential documents.

Transports occasional emergency documents/medical samples between laboratory and mailroom or other departments/labs.

Performs other appropriate laboratory support duties as required and instructed.

Position requires a highly organized individual able to work independently on projects with supervisory guidance.

Data entry, typing and proofreading of reports, correspondence, etc.; requires ability to concentrate, up to 60% of work time.

Position requires that certain files (i.e. personnel records, medical information, and correspondence) be treated with confidentiality.

Position requires interpersonal skills necessary to deal effectively and courteously with a diverse group of personnel from various hospital departments, visitors and physicians, including office and technical staff.

Must possess ability to complete assignments in this position as instructed by Tissue Typing Supervisory Staff.

Must be in College

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