Cedars-Sinai Histologist, IHC - PD -Day in Los Angeles, California
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What will you be doing in this role?
The Histologist functions with general direction from supervisory personnel. Responsibilities include performing routine and technically complex laboratory procedures requiring cognitive, manipulative, and problem-solving skills. The Histologist’s activities include operating and maintaining laboratory equipment, monitoring, and evaluating the quality of tissue processing, verifying, and evaluating quality control results, and resolving technical and quality control problems. Additional duties include general support functions necessary for the routine operation of the laboratory. Performs all job duties with sensitivity and attention to the developmental issues of the patient population(s) being served.
- AA degree from an accredited Histology Training Program or equivalent.
- Histo Certificate (ASCP), preferred.
- One year of experience in histopathology under supervision of a licensed pathologist and certified histologist, preferred.
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