Clinical Laboratory Scientist

Palo Alto, CA
United States

Stanford Blood Center Histocompatibility Lab has several different openings with varying schedules for Clinical Laboratory Scientists (technologists) to perform highly complex human histocompatibility testing for organ transplantation, including molecular typing, HLA antibody identification, and crossmatch testing including both machine and manual assays. Test specimens, analyze, interpret, and report results.  Clinical test results are used directly to inform patient care decisions, with errors potentially leading to adverse events.  Experience in HLA is a plus, but we will train. Reference job# 41845, 41994, 41995, 41996.

Stanford Blood Center, a subsidiary of Stanford Health Care, is focused on connecting our communities to provide hope for healing.  We lead the fields of transfusion and transplantation medicine by advancing science and technology.  We provide hope for the future by teaching the medical leaders of tomorrow.  We enhance lives by connecting donors to patients every day.  We are looking for friendly, customer-focused individuals who value integrity, accountability, collaboration and communication, to join our team.

We are a 24/7 fast-paced organization that is highly regulated by the FDA, ASHI and a number of other accrediting agencies. We need people that are dependable, detail-oriented and comfortable following established procedures. For more information about us, visit our website at http://bloodcenter.stanford.edu/

For more detailed information, or to apply online go to:  http://www.stanfordhealthcarecareers.com, ref. job# 41845, 41994, 41995, 41996.

BA or BS degree in medical technology or a life science, and completion of 12-month internship in medical technology or 12 months of work in an approved histocompatibility laboratory required. Must hold or qualify for California license: Clinical Histocompatibility Scientist (MTR) license (qualify if you are certified by ABHI as CHS or CHT), or Clinical Laboratory Scientist (MTA) license (qualify if you are certified by ASCP or AAB as medical technologist). If currently out-of-state, California license must be obtained within 6 months of start date. Further information about licensure in California may be obtained at http://www.cdph.ca.gov/programs/lfs/Pages/CertificatesandLicenses.aspx

 

For more detailed information, or to apply online go to:  http://www.stanfordhealthcarecareers.com, ref. job# 41845, 41994, 41995, 41996.

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