[Employment] FLOW CYTOMETRY MANAGER for Georgia-based CLINICAL LAB

Career Studio via biojobs%40net.bio.net (by careerstudio from bellsouth.net)
Thu May 31 12:44:18 EST 2012

Our client is a well-respected lab based in Georgia seeking  Flow Cytometry
Manager to operate & maintain the high standards of an efficient and quality
facility.  Reporting directly to the Senior Laboratory Operations Manager,
this individual will: 


oversee quality control / assurance on instrumentation & reagents used for
patient testing, performance of proficiency surveys, performance of
validation studies for new instrumentation, & protocols for flow cytometry,
as well as preparation of antibody cocktails for multi-colored flow
cytometric testing.  


Will also participate in evaluation & validation of new procedures /
instrumentation, (with guidance of  the Medical Director) direct growth /
evolution of the hematopathology lab including addition of team members,
equipment, testing protocols,  & assist hematopathologist with projects and
possible publications.  Support staff will include supervisor, technologists
& lab assistants.


Required will be a BS in laboratory science or related degree, MT (ASCP) &
8+ years of related laboratory experience.  Must understand the scientific
principles of clinical laboratory testing for Flow Cytometry,  possess good
technical / problem solving skills, understand the aspects of multiple color
flow cytometric testing, including data analysis & interpretation, & the
importance of proper handling / processing of oncology specimens.  


Compensation offered will be very competitive, commensurate with experience
to attract top talent, and relocation assistance is offered.   Career Studio
is one of the leading biotechnology search firms focused on the clinical
laboratory sector.  Please contact David King at  biolabcareers from aol.com for
more information.


David King

Career Studio

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