Johns Hopkins Medicine Cytotechnologist/Cytopathology Lab in Baltimore, Maryland
Johns Hopkins Hospital/Johns Hopkins Health System,
Requisition # 158413
Full Time (40 hours)
Weekend Work Not Required
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Under the general supervision of the Cytopathology Supervisor of Technical Operations, microscopically examines human cellular samples from various body sites in accordance with departmental procedures and policies; considering clinical history of the patient, marks pertinent findings; makes final cytologic interpretation for gynecologic cell samples which are within normal limits; makes the preliminary cytologic interpretation for non-gynecologic samples and abnormal gynecologic samples; performs quality control checks; teaches cytopathologic modalities to cytotechnology students, residents, fellows, visitors; assists in various research projects; performs other related duties.
Full-time, Day Shift
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Pay Grade: CL
A bachelors degree and must have graduated from an approved cytotechnology program as outlined in CLIA >88 (Fed. Register Friday, Feb. 28, 1992 Vol. 57 No. 40).
Course work in molecular modalities is highly desirable.
Must qualify as a cytotechnologist under CLIA 88,
Must successfully pass the State of Maryland Proficiency Test in Cytology within six months of hire.
ASCP certification preferred
Prefer 2 years of cytotechnology experience screening gynecological and non-gynecological specimens including fine needle aspirations.
Visual acuity to microscopically examine cellular material (both gynecologic and non- gynecologic) for the purpose of accurately identifying cellular changes which indicate a health or disease state.
Capacity to sit, concentrate and perform microscopy for 90% of each day.
Able to make accurate assessments of diagnostic material within acceptable time limits often under stressful conditions.
Requires mental and physical dexterity with extensive use of hands and eyes
Prolonged periods of sitting
Must be able to make accurate assessments of diagnostic material under time constraints
Exposure to hazards due to infectious material and toxic fumes, chemicals, but potential for personal harm or injury is limited if proper safety and health precautions are followed
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