Clinical Laboratory Technologist - Special Coagulation and Special Hematology - Rotating Shifts

Requisition ID
Allied Health - Clinical Laboratory Professionals
Campus: NewYork-Presbyterian
Columbia University Medical Center
NYP Columbia University Medical Center


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Laboratory Technologist Make It Possible 


Clinical Laboratory Technologist – Special Coagulation and Special Hematology - Rotating Shifts

At New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center, Laboratory Technologists are redefining the limits of science and medicine. We study some of the most complex and rarely seen medical conditions - with unmatched energy and expertise. You can help Make It Possible. Join our team as a Laboratory Technologist.

Here you'll have an opportunity to work as a technologist in the Special Hematology and Coagulation Laboratory. This laboratory provides testing by automated and manual methods for the diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of hematological conditions including various anemias, hemoglobinopathies, leukemia, and bleeding and clotting disorders. All testing is moderate to high complexity such as coagulation factor assays, platelet function studies, and hemoglobin variant detection.

This position is swing days (10-6pm), with weekend rotation.

Preferred Criteria
• One to three years of experience in a clinical laboratory setting in Special Coagulation and or Special Hematology or Hematology; New graduates are welcomed to apply
• ASCP certification

Required Criteria
• Bachelor’s Degree in Medical Technology (or equivalent experience)
• Clinical Laboratory Technologist licensure from the New York State Education Department


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