Work Here Wednesday: Lab positions open
Medical laboratory professionals play a key role in every aspect of health care. Health care providers depend on lab professionals to provide crucial tests that help guide the right course of treatment for each patient’s unique needs. Through high-tech equipment and sophisticated analysis, lab professionals are able to provide rapid and reliable testing results that assist in the diagnosis, treatment, monitoring and prevention of disease.
Interested in starting your career at Children’s Minnesota? Check out some of the openings in our labs:
Medical lab scientist
Medical laboratory scientists are responsible for specimen processing, test performance, test result reporting and specimen collection in one or more sections of the laboratory with a high level of accuracy, precision and timeliness and ensures compliance with departmental and regulatory agency standards.
Sound like a good fit for you? Apply today.
Referral testing technician
Referral testing technicians coordinate the referral laboratory process and facilitates the workflow in and out of the laboratory. With extensive attention to detail, you will work cooperatively with all hospital and laboratory staff, and external clients in order to problem solve, share information, receive instructions, establish protocols, and process information concerning patient specimens.
Interested? Apply now.
Lab technical specialist, chemistry
This lab technical specialist role is responsible for the technical operations of the chemistry area of the lab. You would support testing and staffing activities to ensure the area meets quality and service expectations. You will also act as a lab liaison to other areas of the hospital.
Want to join our team? Apply today.
Manager, lab client services (Minneapolis and St. Paul)
The manager of client lab services is responsible for the management and coordination of outreach, phlebotomy and referral/research testing services at both the St. Paul and Minneapolis campuses. The manager is accountable for assisting with the development and management of the budget, meeting customer service levels, meeting regulatory requirements and fostering employee engagement. The position also serves as a technical consultant for Children’s Minnesota’s offsite owned and aligned eCW clinic laboratories.
Phlebotomists interact with patients and families to perform blood draws, monitor for unexpected reactions and respond to emergency situations. A phlebotomist also provides a variety of other services including, but not limited to, answering the telephone, sweat sodium collection, throat culture collection, glucose tolerance testing and waived laboratory testing.
Interested? Join our team.