US News & World Report ranked #1 healthcare system in San Diego, Scripps Health, has multiple immediate openings for leadership and technical Clinical Laboratory Scientist positions.
These positions will be responsible to the Laboratory Leadership for ensuring his/her area of responsibility meets licensure/inspection requirements at all times, that all quality control is performed and documented according to policy and procedure, and that staff is properly trained.
Duties include specimen processing, specimen testing (without supervision), assorted clerical duties, including order processing, answering telephones, and reporting results. Clinical Lab Scientists oversee non licensed personnel in the lab.
Note: Leadership opportunities are available, including Blood Bank Supervisor at our Scripps Hospital in La Jolla. Multiple openings for technical Clinical Lab Scientist positions are also available throughout the San Diego area. Opportunities available for full-time, part-time, casual CLS positions, with various shifts.
Required Education/Experience/Specialized Skills:
Baccalaureate Degree or degree acceptable for California Laboratory Licensure
CDPH Licensure: MTA (Clinical Laboratory Scientist) Licensed to perform work in all areas of the Clinical Lab.
Limited licenses used in the clinical lab may be hired to work only in their specialty areas: Chemistry: MTC (Chemist), Blood Bank: MTD (Immunohematologist), Microbiology: MTE (Clinical Microbiologist), PHM (Public Health Microbiologist) Hematology MTQ (Hematology) Molecular Genetics MTP (Clinical Genetic Molecular Biologist)
Scripps Health is a $2.9 billion private, nonprofit, integrated health system in San Diego, California that is ranked among the top 15 health systems in the nation. Scripps treats 700,000 patients annually.
The organization encompasses:
• Four hospitals on five campuses
• More than 3,000 affiliated physicians and 15,000 employees
• Scripps Clinic and Scripps Coastal Medical Center, a... network of integrated facilities with specialists from more than 60 medical and surgical specialties at more than 28 outpatient centers and clinics
• Home health care
• Hospice care
• A wide range of health education classes and support services
Founded in 1924 by philanthropist Ellen Browning Scripps in the community of La Jolla, the health system now extends from Chula Vista to Oceanside. It is consistently recognized for providing high quality health care.