SCL Health is a faith-based, nonprofit health care organization headquartered in Broomfield with facilities located in Colorado, Kansas and Montana. SCL Health operates:
9 hospitals 4 safety net clinics 1 children's mental health treatment center 190+ ambulatory service centers Interested in making a difference? Then check us out. Our rich heritage and mission, and our focus on health care delivery that values person-centered care, excellence and accountability are a winning combination as we bring health—and hope—to our patients.
SCL Health is committed to a culture of patient and family centered care.
St. Mary’s Medical Center is home to twelve state-of-the-art surgical suites, and two DaVinci Robots, with a Cardiovascular Hybrid OR in the construction phases. We are a level-2 trauma center which functions as a level-1 because we are the largest most specialized hospital between Denver and Salt Lake City. Our service lines include: Bariatrics, Robotics, General Surgery, Orthopedics including Ortho-Trauma and Ortho-Spine, Neuro-surgery, OB-GYN, Cardiovascular and Thoracic (including open heart), ENT, Plastics, Pediatrics, and Urology. We pride ourselves in providing the finest, most advanced, personalized patient care in Western Colorado.
The Microbiology Lab Manager oversees daily operations and a team of Med Techs. This encompasses working with scheduling, timekeeping, supply order, acquisition, and inventory utilizing such tools as KRONOS and LAWSON; customer service through patient, departmental and staff interface. Provides bench technologist duties as needed to maintain workflow.
This role reports to the facility Director of Laboratory Services. As Lab Manager over Microbiology you will have colleague managers in Phlebotomy, Transfusion, Hematology, Coagulation, Urinalysis, Clinical Chemistry, Cytopathology, and Histology.
Management personnel are responsible for hiring, orientation, evaluation & counseling of staff; competency documentation with assistance of other staff personnel; education and training of facility and laboratory topics; overall safety practices; and maintenance of personnel records.
Responsibility for regulatory and legal compliance of the technical area of responsibility; including maintaining the technical area to FDA, CAP, AABB and/or state regulatory requirements. Monitor as needed to maintain compliance with SOP, state, federal and regulatory agency accreditation requirements. Ensures timely, thorough investigation, follow-up, implementation of corrective actions related to incidents deviating from standard operating procedures. Develops/revises standards, policies, procedures to meet the needs of the department and all regulatory bodies.
Works with laboratory director to manage an effective, comprehensive performance improvement process that is outcome driven, utilizes LEAN principles, and establishes a culture of excellence in quality and service. Uses these principles to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw conclusions for improvements.
Responsibility for budget (operation and capital- planning & monitoring); assistance to the director for meeting facility goals.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Medical Technology or Science
Med Tech - ASCP Certification/License
3 or more years of Med Tech (ASCP) experience with progressive leadership, preferably in large, acute hospital setting.
Join our highly skilled team and call one of Colorado’s best kept secrets your home. Enjoy diverse year round recreation including skiing, rafting the CO River, hunting, fishing the 400 lakes on beautiful Grand Mesa, mountain biking, golf, and hiking. Embrace the awe inspiring landscapes of the Colorado National Monument and enjoy the bountiful gifts of Colorado’s wine country. Advance your career with us at St. Mary’s and discover the magic that is Western Colorado.
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SCL Health is a faith-based, nonprofit healthcare organization that operates eight hospitals, four safety net clinics, one children’s mental health center and more than 190 ambulatory service centers in three states – Colorado, Kansas and Montana. The health system includes 15,000 full-time associates and more than 500 employed providers.