Upon supervision, to microscopically evaluate all types of specimens submitted, recognize abnormalities identified and render and informs diagnosis to the Cytopathologist for consideration; to prepare cytologic specimens for evaluation using established procedures, to perform appropriate record keeping procedures and to fulfill the duties of the cytopathology supervisor during that supervisor's absence.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements: Must have completed Cytotechnology training in a CAHEA approved program and/or qualify as outlined in Rules of the Department of Business and Professional Regulation as required for licensure. One year laboratory experience as a Cytotechnologist is desirable.
Motor Vehicle Operator Designation: Employees in this position:
Will operate vehicles for an assigned business purpose as a "non-frequent driver"
Licensure/Certification/Registration: Must possess either a temporary or current license as a State of Florida Clinical Laboratory Technologist in Cytology. Registration by an accredited National Certification Agency is preferred.
Additional Salary Information: Benefits
•Medical Insurance (EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON DATE OF HIRE)
•Long-Term Disability Insurance
•Employee Life and AD&D Insurance (effective the first day of the month after employment)
•Paid Time Off (accrues bi-weekly based on hours worked and years of service)
•Employee Assistance Plan
•Tuition Reimbursement (available after six months of employment)
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