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Clinical/Medical Technologist 1 and 2 (two positions) - Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine job in Pullman Washington | NEWS-Line for Healthcare Professionals

Clinical/Medical Technologist 1 and 2 (two positions) - Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine

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Pullman, Washington


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Washington State University - College of Veterinary Medicine


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Pullman, Washington

Clinical/Medical Technologist 1 and 2
(two positions)

Washington State University
College of Veterinary Medicine

Position Description: Clinical/Medical Technologist 1 and 2 positions needed to work in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital Clinical Pathology Laboratory at Washington State University. The technologists will rotate through the hematology, chemistry, coagulation, urinalysis, and other sections of the laboratory on a routine basis.

Duties: Perform clinical diagnostic laboratory tests on animal samples; record and evaluate test results; contact appropriate personnel for tests with unusual or critical findings. Assure that quality control requirements are met to validate test results, record data as part of a quality assurance program. Assist in the development and evaluation of new procedures. Prepare and verify the quality of reagents, standards, and control samples. Utilize institution-based computer system for test result entry and data acquisition. Calibrate, troubleshoot, and perform routine and emergency preventative maintenance to laboratory instruments and related equipment.

On-site training in evaluation of animal samples will be provided.

The work schedule is Monday-Friday 8am - 5pm, 40 hours per week, with occasional emergency response on evenings and weekends. Competitive salary and benefits package including paid vacation, sick leave and holidays; and retirement and health insurance benefits offered by the State of Washington.

For qualifications and to apply, www.wsu.edu/jobs

The positions are open until filled and application review begins immediately.

For more information, contact Greg Nordin, [email protected]

WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EDUCATOR AND EMPLOYER.


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