Current Job Openings

R2439372 CLINICAL LAB SCIENTIST III – IRL SPECIALIST

A Brief Overview

Performs all the duties of the Clinical Laboratory Scientist I and II. As delegated by the Director, sign out test reports without further review, or submit for Director review. Function as an expert technical resource for CLS team members. Perform and analyze data from the most complex assays and provide training and advice to technicians and other CLSs. Interact regularly with clinical services to ensure open communication. Provide leadership to team; organize daily work of others to ensure turnaround times are met and lab operates efficiently. Act as mentor to developing technologists. Lead special projects and validations. May represent Laboratory on external committees. Act as designee in the absence of Supervisor. May perform federal regulatory responsibilities as General Supervisor defined in 42 CFR 493.1243 if delegated by the laboratory director.

R2439449 LAB TECHNICIAN – COMPONENTS LAB

A Brief Overview

Under the direction of the section supervisor or senior technical support, prepares, processes, and loads specimens onto testing platforms as required; assists in instrument maintenance; processes specimens for confirmatory testing; archiving samples after analysis; labeling and staining as required responding to inquiries from Pre-analytical Services and Technical Sections; recording equipment temperature readings; performing a variety of clerical duties and participating in pre-clinical test development, training and ad-hoc projects as directed.

R2439453 LAB TECHNICIAN II – QC LAB

A Brief Overview

The Lab Technician II works in SBC’s QC Lab. This role prepares clinical specimens for laboratory testing. Receives, accessions, aliquots and otherwise processes specimens. Sets up, maintains, troubleshoots, and assists in validation of instruments. Takes quality control measurements, including environmental, equipment/software and product quality controls.

 R2436728 PROGRAM/ROJECT MANAGER

A Brief Overview

Reporting to the Strategic Projects Manager, the Program/Project Manager leads key organization initiatives for Stanford Blood Center. Program/Project Managers are responsible for the coordination and completion of all aspects of project management on assigned projects, including: project scope, project schedule, project budget, project plans, facilitating meetings, documenting requirements, overseeing development, operational workflows, and implementation.