The supervisor is held responsible for the proper performance of all laboratory procedures within his/her section and supervises technologists, technicians and other related personnel, schedules work duties and supervises performance of such duties.
Supervises and directs all technical and non-technical personnel.
Completes and discusses evaluations by first working day of anniversary month.
Completes and discusses disciplinary actions within 48 hours of incident
Completes payroll before deadline with 98% accuracy
Monitors absenteeism and tardiness noting effects on other personnel and section operation
Schedule work duties
Justifies overtime in writing within three working days
Schedules staff, monitors and maintains budgeted hours including overtime
Constantly reviews and improves systems for increased efficiency and eliminates rework and waste.
Responsible for all technical work performed
Stats completed within one hour 98% of the time
Argents completed within three hours 98% of the time
Routines completed within acceptable time frame
Assures that licensing and accreditation requirements are in full compliance
Participates and passes all proficiency testing
Stays within federal and state guidelines
Ensures all procedure manuals are up to date
Reviews procedure manuals annually
Assists in planning and monitoring operating and capital budgets
Submits capital equipment list with appropriate justification on date due
Responsible for maintaining a balanced budget with written justification for negative or positive variances within 30 days of distribution
Maintains and controls supply and reagent inventory
Participate in at least one TQM-CQI project
Participate in at least one committee during year
Provides an environment of open communication
Fosters an environment which values diversity
Job Responsibilities (Continued)
Uniform Standards for Managers
Establishes department standards of excellence; assures consistent implementation by all staff.
Establishes integrated systems which improve services and are supportive of the Hospital’s mission.
Develops, tests, implements and evaluates new and creative approaches to meeting departmental and institutional goals.
Integrates trends in healthcare and own profession to forecast future departmental and institutional needs for program development, space, and financial resources.
Creates/supports an environment that fosters teamwork, cooperation, respect and diversity.
Recruits, coaches, develops and retains qualified, competent staff. Ensures staff meets all requirements of position.
Creates and maintains an environment where staff feel valued, appreciated and recognized.
Demonstrates an effective open door communication policy and process with staff.
Prepares and monitors budget(s) for assigned area(s).
Supports, enforces and interprets institutional/departmental policies and procedures.
Compiles with CHOP safety, infection control and security policies and procedures to ensure a safe work environment.
Participates in professional and community activities.
Demonstrates knowledge of and ability to render age-appropriate care and services based on patients’ developmental needs. If applicable, please state the specific age range of patients (0-21)
Job Responsibilities (Continued)
Required Licenses, Certifications, Registrations
Required Education and Experience
BS in biology, chemistry or other related field or equivalent experience, with MT ASCP, NCA or other related certification or eligible.
Preferred Education, Experience & Cert/Lic
Supervisory experience preferred.
Five years of practical laboratory experience including instrumentation preferred.
Additional Technical Requirements
Previous supervisory experience
Knowledge of computers
Ability to handle confidential materials
Ability to work the “bench” when necessary
Communication, technical and organizational skills
Ability to handle and interpret data
Excellent communication skills.
Demonstrated leadership ability
Ability to work directly with Administrative Director of Clinical Laboratories
All CHOP employees who work in a patient building or who provide patient care are required to receive an annual influenza vaccine unless they are granted a medical or religious exemption.
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