Dedicated to excellence, teamwork, education, and leadership, Geisinger offers Laboratory Medicine professionals countless opportunities to achieve their goals and to provide excellent care to our patients. We offer a market competitive salary, lucrative sign on bonus, and generous benefits package.
Geisinger Medical Laboratories serves the Geisinger health system with state-of-the-art technology and information systems to provide laboratory services throughout Central and Northeastern Pennsylvania. We have an extensive courier network that will deliver samples 24/7 from across the state.
We are currently looking for an Analytical Specialist in Transfusion Medicine to join our team in Danville! An Analytical Specialist is a technical leader with specialty expertise in a focused area of the laboratory.
Geisinger Medical Center in Danville is a Level I Trauma Center and features advanced cancer services, a transplant program, a neonatal intensive care unit, and comprehensive cardiovascular adult and pediatric surgery.
Our Blood Bank performs comprehensive immunohematology testing and processing. Our massive transfusion protocol is an important part of multidisciplinary patient care. We utilize a pneumatic tube system to transport blood to locations throughout the campus. Our work is complemented by ORTHO VISION automation using ID-MTS technology.
Everything we do is about caring. Being a member of the Geisinger family means all roads point to the patient experience, and each of our staff relates their daily work to how it affects patients.
Our Blood Bank operates from a system perspective, such that each hospital has a Blood Bank leader, and each site operates from a standardized set of operating procedures. We are truly a specialized team that supports each other as “one laboratory.”
Our Blood Bank is AABB and CAP accredited and registered with the FDA.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor's degree in Medical Technology required or three years of college and completion of one year CAHEA accredited school of medical technology required, or Bachelor of Science in chemistry, biological or physical sciences plus one year of experience/training in the specialty/subspecialty in which the tests are performed required, or three years of accredited college course work and completion date in compliance with Pennsylvania clinical laboratory regulation required, or performed duties of a medical technologist prior to June 14, 1974, and with continuous (full- or part-time) pertinent, clinically related laboratory employment since that date required, or passed proficiency exam given by the HHS (formerly HEW) with designation as a clinical laboratory technologist required.
Requires five years laboratory experience, which includes three years in the pertinent technical specialty.
Certification as a SBB (ASCP) preferred.
** Does not qualify for J-1 waiver. We are an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer Women and Minorities are Encouraged to Apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability or their protected veteran status.