Job ID: 47748
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Department: MED-Transplant Center
Supervises activities of the clinical lab specimen intake team, clinical research lab and biorepository by overseeing and guiding technologists, ensuring lab compliance with all associated rules and regulations to ensure continued ASHI, CLIA & CAP accreditation, and managing clinical research projects from the laboratory perspective. Manages operations and projects, including validating of new lab supporting software and procedures. Reviews and signs off biorepository instrument and reagent quality control documentation per lab policy. Maintains detailed records of Laboratory Quality Control and Quality Assurance activities, which may include collecting, extracting, trending and entering data. Supervises laboratory workflow and evaluates technologists’ performance and competency as required by Northwestern University Transplant Immunology laboratory and the aforementioned accreditation agencies.
Please note: This position may include some on on-call work on weekends.
Please note: May need to support on-call work on weekends.
Employee will require access to NM/Northwestern Memorial Hospital and Lurie Children’s Hospital.
Employee affiliation to NM requires COVID-19 vaccination and yearly influenza vaccination documentation submission or proof of accommodation/ religious/medical exemption.
Minimum Competencies: (Skills, knowledge, and abilities.)
Preferred Competencies: (Skills, knowledge, and abilities)
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