ARUP Laboratories Grossing Technician I in Salt Lake City, Utah
Grossing Technician I
2:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Monday - Friday (40 hrs/wk)
Gross Dissection Lab - 371
Salt Lake City
Provides services of both a technical and non-technical nature in the laboratory service areas. Duties include: the examination, gross dictation and dissection of surgical pathology specimens, preparation of tissue for frozen section diagnosis, providing
direct assistance to staff and residents in the performance of postmortem examinations, performance and documentation of quality control activities and selected equipment maintenance, data handling and input, answering the telephone, and minor problem solving.
Ensures that procedures and methods are performed according to section protocol, and assists with the daily workflow, including work assignments, assuring completion of tasks. Performs a variety of support functions to ensure timely completion of pathology
- A minimum of three years (90 semester hours) of college course work in biology, chemistry, and human anatomy are required, including 24 semester hours of science to include 6 semester hours of chemistry, 6 semester hours of biology, and 12 semester hours
of chemistry, biology or medical laboratory technology in any combination.
- Eighteen (18) months documented experience in surgical and autopsy pathology, and must pass ARUP internal exam with supervisor and medical director approval.
Physical and other requirements:
Ability to work all required overtime and rotates on-call weekends.
Fine motor coordination.
Good verbal and written English skills.
Good visual acuity including color perception.
Ability to organize work, to meet deadlines and to work under stressful conditions.
Absolute integrity in the accurate identification of patients, their samples, test performance and reporting results.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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