Development Tech Coordinator
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You have the unique opportunity to make a difference in the lives of Mayo Clinic patients. Qualified candidate will develop, evaluate, and implement new tests, methodologies, or products for the laboratory assuming the intellectual and scientific responsibility of multiple projects at one time. The development technologist coordinator primarily focuses on development of new methods which require the acquisition, modification and/or use of new technology. Maintains complete and accurate documentation of data generated and work performed. Organizes new method validation data, finalizes data for publication and peer review. Leads the development team in formal presentations within the institution and presents the results of development projects at national professional meetings. Makes final recommendation to the laboratory directors and supervisors in the evaluation of laboratory equipment, instrumentation, procedures, and computer software and hardware. Takes a leadership role in the training coordination of the development team activities and may coordinate grant and industry-funded projects.
**A two-year commitment to this position is required**
Bachelor's degree in clinical/medical laboratory science (CLS/MLS), medical technology (MT), chemistry, a human biological science from an accredited institution, or bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in addition to a certificate in MLS. In histopathology or non-testing laboratories. Bachelor's degree with laboratory certification if applicable. Six years of relevant laboratory experience; or a Master's degree from an accredited institution in chemical, physical, biological, clinical laboratory science or medical technology and four years of relevant laboratory experience. A HEW certificate may be substituted for the specified degree. Other clinical laboratory specialty certificates will be reviewed and approved on a case by case basis.
**Visa sponsorship not available for this position**
Learn and grow among the best in your field at the nation’s top hospital (U.S. News & World Report, 2017-2018), ranked No. 1 in more specialties than any other care provider. At Mayo Clinic, you’ll use the power of collaboration to achieve the highest standards for medical care and health improvement, working in the largest integrated, not-for-profit medical group practice in the world with over 60,000 employees. You’re invited to contribute to a unique environment that brings together the best in patient care, groundbreaking research and innovative medical education. Being a part of Mayo Clinic allows for more work-life balance, competitive compensation and generous benefits, career security and the ability to manage and coordinate patient care in the most efficient ways possible. Discover these and many other reasons why we’re recognized by FORTUNE magazine as one of the top 100 “Best Companies to Work For”.
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