At Quest, we are on a continuous journey of discovery and development. It’s this attitude that has made us an industry leader and the #1 Diagnostic Lab in the US. For those joining us, we offer exciting and fast-moving career opportunities where you can affect change at a rate unheard of in many organizations of our size and scope. While we invest in and develop technology to drive our innovations, our ongoing success relies on our people.
As a Cytogenetics Director, you will work for the world leader in the industry, with a career where you will have the opportunity to collaborate and affect change while expanding your leadership skills and technical knowledge. You can make a real impact in a market that is growing and developing.
Cytogenetics Director – the role:
The Cytogenetics Director is responsible for providing interpretation of cytogenetics/FISH results and providing consultation to the clinical laboratory within area(s) of expertise which will maximize quality patient care and ensure continuous business growth throughout the Quest Diagnostics Nichols Institute family of Laboratories.
Reviews, interprets, and documents clinical test results within established turnaround times.
Due to the importance of quality patient care, servicing consultation requests of all types is considered imperative (assists treating physician).
Participates in educational programs of the Company.
Attendance at National meetings in areas of assigned expertise to maintain/build knowledge and to provide representation for Quest Diagnostics, Nichols Institute.
Assists the delegate Clinical Consultant or Technical Supervisor in the responsibilities in Cytogenetics Specialty as delegated by the Laboratory Director Responsibilities.
Collaborates in reviewing test method selection and validation.
Collaborates in ensuring that the proficiency testing program is conducted in a timely manner, reviewed by appropriate staff, and approve of corrective action when a proficiency testing result is found to be unsatisfactory.
Collaborates in monitoring quality control to ensure that acceptable levels of analytical performance are maintained for each test system. Ensure that patient test results are reported only when the system is functioning properly.
Collaborates in corrective action and preventative action plans and procedures.
Collaborates in the annual review of Standard Operating Procedures for test systems.
Collaborates in reviews of report format for appropriateness of clinical information communicated in areas of assigned expertise. Collaborates in review of interpretative reporting comments as needed.
To qualify, the ideal candidate will have the following skills and experience:·
Board Certification/eligibility and California License/eligibility as required by Clinical Cytogenetics Specialty.
At least two years of practical experience in a clinical cytogenetics laboratory.
Join us for competitive benefits and development opportunities in a progressive and supportive environment. Help us improve our service, and the experiences of our patients and colleagues. Work with us and together we can be better.
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All requirements are subject to possible modifications to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Quest Diagnostics is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Women / Minorities / Veterans / Disabled / Sexual Orientation / Gender Identity.
Internal Number: req33830
About Quest Diagnostics
We are an industry leader with a longstanding reputation for exceptional quality and stability in our market. We inspire action, illuminate answers, and advocate better health.
At Quest Diagnostics, we are dedicated to continuously improving patient health. We are the world’s leading provider of diagnostic testing, services, and information that patients and doctors rely on to make better healthcare decisions.
Each day, we impact the lives of millions, serving one in three American adults. Our continuous pursuit to discover and innovate enables us to create new solutions every day, many of which are now industry standards of care. Diagnostic tests influence about 66% of clinical decision making.