- Bachelor’s degree in Medical Technology and graduation from an accredited school of Clinical Laboratory Science (Medical Technology Program) or equivalent combination of education and experience
- Experience in clinical flow cytometry laboratory
Qualified external applicants are eligible for a $3k sign-on bonus!
Seattle Children’s Hospital’s Cell Markers Laboratory is an integral part of the hospital’s mission to provide hope, care and cures to children by performing complex hematopathology- and immunology-based testing for our patients. We are actively recruiting a hardworking, detail-oriented laboratory medical laboratory technologist to join our flow cytometry team, located on Seattle Hospital’s main campus in Seattle. Previous experience with multiparametric flow cytometry is desired (ideally in a clinical laboratory setting), but not required. The successful candidate will be motivated, highly organized, and an effective collaborator. Specific duties include the operation and troubleshooting of laboratory instruments and equipment to generate quality patient results. The candidate must follow established procedures and quality control measures.
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