Bachelorâs degree in Medical Technology or equivalent education that meets minimum requirements for CLS licensure in the State of California.
Minimum of three years of experience in laboratory accreditation.Â
Familiarity with laboratory licensing and registration processes with CMS, CDPH is preferred.Â
Able to write (initiate, generate, edit, update) policies, procedures, work instructions that meet laboratory regulatory and accreditation.
Excellent verbal and written communication, and presentation skills.Â
Clearly communicate expectations to the user with minimal assistance.
Experienced in statistical analysis and data entry.
Must be detail oriented.
Excellent skills in use of personal computer software programs including but not limited to MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Experience with Master Control document control system is a plus.
Must be well-organized and work independently with minimal direction.
Critical Thinking Skills: Must be able to extract information from multiple sources to include laboratory accreditation bodies, regulatory authorities, policies or procedures and critically evaluate how the requirements apply to daily operations and workflow.
Licensed as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist in the State of California.Â
Additional training as a Super-User in Master Control will be required within one year of hire.
Fire and Safety Certification.Â If no card upon hire, one must be obtained within 30 days of hire, and maintained by renewal before expiration date.Â
As an integrated part of the Clinical Laboratory, this position provides support in accreditation, regulatory and laboratory licensure and compliance across USC Clinical Laboratories. Provides consultation to Supervisors and other staff on meeting regulatory and accreditation requirements, assists in the preparation for surveys and ongoing state of survey readiness. Communicates with Laboratory Medical Directors, Supervisors and staff as needed; coordinates corrective action and responses to findings following a survey. Oversees the Laboratory Safety Program. Participates in Laboratory Performance Improvement data collection and analysis.
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