The Keck School of Medicine, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine is seeking a Senior Pathologists' Assistant to join its team.
As an active member of the surgical pathology team the Senior Pathologistsâ Assistant/Clinical Educator will serve as the chief clinical liaison across the institutions and services lines. Functions as an active member of the anatomic pathology team and assists Pathologists as necessary. Serves as the primary educator and preceptor for all pathology students, interns, residents, fellows and new employees in the Surgical Grossing Room.Â Ensures the provision of progressive, cost effective, quality patient care in anatomical pathology through expert practice, education, consultation, research, clinical standards, regulatory compliance and leadership.Â
The Keck School of Medicine Department of Pathology is one of the largest pathology departments in the United States. The Department aims to shape the future of pathology as it will be practiced in community hospitals, academic medical centers and clinical laboratories throughout the country.
The University offers a competitive salary and benefits package.
M-F Day Shift
Minimum Education: Master's degreeMinimum Experience: 4 yearsMinimum Field of Expertise: Licensed Pathologists' Assistant. American Society for Clinical Pathology certification. Directly related experience in Anatomic pathology in an Acute Care Facility setting and thorough knowledge of specialized field. Has experience/expertise in surgical pathology, histology, immunohistochemistry, and autopsy pathology. Ability to plan strategically. Ability to interpret complex regulations, contracts and policies. Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strong analytical, problem solving, organizational, project management, critical thinking and leadership skills. Knowledge of laws and regulatory requirements related to specialized field.
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