Medical Laboratory Technician (*November Signing Bonus*) | AFC Urgent Care | Portland

WE DO URGENT CARE DIFFERENTLY

  • On Demand Care: Immediate Care for Injuries, Illness, Primary Care and Wellness.
  • A Winning Culture: Supportive Teammates, Transparent Leadership, and Non-Bureaucratic Decision Making
  • Profit Sharing: All Employees Work Together, See the Results, and Share in the Success

Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) - The MLT will aid clinicians in the diagnosis, treatment & prevention of diseases by accurately testing patient microbiology specimens, correlating data & reporting results in a timely manner to support quality patient care.

Required Education and/or Experience:

  • Medical Laboratory Technology training from an accredited institution is required (ASCP, AAB, AMT, or equivalent certification).
  • Meets all qualifications set forth by CLIA for high complexity laboratory testing and any state requirements if they apply.

Pay and Benefits:

  • $21.00 - $27.00+ / hour DOE
  • *THIS POSITION IS CURRENTLY ELIGIBLE FOR A SIGNING BONUS*
    Candidates who progress to "Hired" in November 2021 qualify for a $1000 signing bonus.*Additional details apply and can be provided at request.
  • Full-Time Benefits Eligible
  • 401k at 1 year, with 3% Employer Contribution
  • 3 Weeks Paid Time Off
  • All Staff Profit-Sharing bonus program, paid quarterly 

Schedules:

  • Full-time, ~40 hrs/week
  • Shifts are set schedules; Sunday-Wednesday OR Wednesday-Saturday
    - Front half of the week: Sun 9a - 5:30p, Mon-Tue 8a - 8:30p, Wed 8a - 2:30p
    - Back half of the week: Wed 1:30p - 7:30p, Thurs-Fri 8a - 8:30p, Sat 9a - 5:30p

What we need: We are currently looking for a detail-oriented and organized Medical Lab Technician who is a great team player, a good communicator, and has the skills and motivation to provide excellent customer service. The job entails working in an exciting and demanding start-up high complexity lab environment. No phlebotomy is involved.

Essential Functions/Major Responsibilities: The duties will be performed in accordance with policy and procedure, the standard of care, and in accordance with state certification. The essential duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Independently and accurately performs routine and complex molecular testing, including DNA/RNA extraction and PCR. Has more than one (1) year of real-time PCR experience in a clinical laboratory setting. Two years or more preferred.
  • Maintains a professional-level knowledge of molecular biology and diagnostics to properly analyze and review molecular testing, in the context of normal and abnormal or atypical findings.
  • The successful candidate will have excellent pipetting skills and experience in a high-volume clinical laboratory environment.
  • Performs initial and final review/analysis of test results and patient reports.
  • Records compile and maintain records according to laboratory policies to ensure state and federal regulations are upheld for all reagents, procedures, and equipment used in the testing process
  • Operates, calibrates, maintains, and troubleshoots equipment. Notifies the Supervisor or Director of Lab Services when complex problems occur.
  • Maintains effective communication within the department and with other internal and external clinical and development professionals.
  • May include the answering of telephone calls from client offices, the receipt and accessioning of specimens to maintain a high level of customer service.

Exhibit Company Core Values:

  • Commitment - Commitments are clearly made and met
  • Health - Healthy living for everyone is promoted through sustainable and responsible behaviors
  • Excellence - Excellence in everything we do
  • Celebrate - Celebrate wins - both small and large
  • Trust - Trust builds teamwork through vulnerability and respect

Vaccination Policy:

AFC is committed to the safety and wellbeing of our staff and patients. Therefore, we require that new hires have received all required vaccinations, including, but not limited to, measles, mumps, flu, and COVID-19. Medical and religious exemptions may apply.