Seacoast Pathology provides the highest quality, customized pathology services to physicians throughout New England. Seacoast Pathology has provided these physicians and their staff with expert diagnoses, innovative technologies, and excellent service since 1981.
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Quality is in our DNA -- is it in yours?
You are a superhero when it comes to patient specimens. You’ve got problem-solving instincts, a passion for patient care, and the drive to keep things running smoothly. You’re also looking for great benefits, the support of an all-star team, and an opportunity to grow your career.
Join our front line of #HealthcareHeroes! Our mission is to advance the health and wellbeing of our communities as a leader in clinical laboratory solutions.
Full-time: Benefit Eligible
In this role, you will:
Prepare histologic slides from human tissue sections for microscopic examination and diagnosis by Pathologist.
Exercises independent judgment in dealing with procedural and technical problems.
Examines slides and/or blocks to ensure tissue preparation is meeting laboratory requirements.
Trains or directs Laboratory Assistants and Histology Technicians engaged in laboratory testing and processing techniques.
Prepares sections of human tissue for microscopic examination and patient diagnosis, using techniques to gross (dissect tissue), embed (orient specimen in paraffin block), section (cut thin sections of tissue), stain (enhance contrast of tissue and highlight specific features of interest with routine hematoxylin and eosin stains), and mount tissue (adhere tissue onto glass slides), from surgical procedures.
Performs recuts and additional stains including special and immunohistochemistry stains, as requested by a Pathologist.
Operates computerized laboratory equipment to fix, dehydrate, and infiltrate with wax, tissue specimens to be preserved for study by Pathologist.
May label requisitions, specimen containers, cassettes and/or slides and affixes coverslip to slides.
Maintains laboratory equipment and tracks all routine maintenance and quality controls performed.
Files, retrieves, and distributes blocks, slides, and pathology reports.
Operates, cleans, and sterilizes laboratory equipment, glassware, instruments, and workstation.
Disposes of hazardous chemical waste per regulatory guidelines.
Maintains strictest confidentiality.
Complies with all State, Federal, professional regulations as well as company and departmental rules, polices, and procedural manuals.
Adherence to CAP, CLIA, State Regulations, HIPAA, Safety and OSHA Regulations
All you need is:
Bachelor’s Degree in the field of Laboratory Science or equivalent under the 1988 Clinical Laboratory
State licensure, if applicable.
Certified or eligible for Board of Certification (BOC) by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists (ASCP)
Completion of a Histology program accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS) or minimum of one (1) year experience as a full-time Histology Technician Trainee and competent in the areas of fixation, processing, embedding, microtomy, grossing, special stains, immunohistochemistry, and lab operations.
Sonic Anatomic Pathology
We’ll give you:
Appreciation for your work
A feeling of satisfaction that you’ve helped people
Opportunity to grow in your profession
Free lab services for you and your dependents
Work-life balance, including Paid Time Off and Paid Holidays
Competitive benefits including medical, dental, and vision insurance
Help saving for retirement, with a 401(k) plus a company match
A sense of belonging – we’re a community!
We also want you to know:
This role will have routine access to Protected Health Information (PHI). Employees will be trained on reasonable safeguards and are expected to maintain strict confidentiality, as well as abide by all applicable privacy and security standards. Employees are expected only to access PHI when it is required to fulfill job duties.
Sonic Healthcare USA (SHUSA) was formed in 2007 as the umbrella organization overseeing Sonic Healthcare Ltd.’s operation in the United States.
Sonic Healthcare Ltd.'s involvement in the United States began in 2005 with the acquisition of Clinical Pathology Laboratories (CPL) of Austin, Texas. Since that time, Sonic Healthcare has purchased other operating clinical and anatomic pathology laboratories across the country. At present, there are nine operating divisions within SHUSA with more than 7,000 employees providing clinical and anatomic pathology services to 20 million physicians and patients in 26 states.
In the USA, we operate with the same values and foundation principles as our parent company in Australia. We are passionate about our medical leadership culture in which we serve physicians with the highest quality of laboratory services and excellent customer service. Our laboratories are all directed by board-certified pathologists working with highly trained medical technologists and technicians to deliver quality and timely laboratory results.