Anatomic Pathology Specialist I

US-TN-Memphis
Job ID
36843
Department
Pathology
Category
Allied Health

Summary

Under the direct supervision of the Manager – Anatomic Pathology, the Anatomic Pathology Specialist I is responsible for all assigned shift rotations as scheduled. Personnel are subject to overtime and callback as necessary to provide continuity of patient care. The Anatomic Pathology Specialist is responsible for accurately performing all of the tasks that the Histology Tech I & II. In addition to these duties, the Anatomic Pathology Specialist I is responsible for accurately performing immunohistochemical and in situ hybridization tests with minimum supervision.

Minimum Education

Bachelor's degree in a laboratory science, medical laboratory technology or related field required

Minimum Experience

Five (5) years of histology lab experience or graduation from a Histology/Cytology program with a Master's degree required. Documented on the job training in gross tissue examination under the direct supervision of a Board certified Anatomic Pathologist or gross tissue examination training obtained from a Histology/Cytology program is desired

Other Credentials

Certification as a Histotechnologist by the American Society of Clinical Pathology required

EEO

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