Certified Phlebotomy Technician / SRN / System Wide Float Position / Variable shift / Per diem
- Corporate Offices
- Per Diem
Sharp Laboratory Services is dedicated to excellence in providing quality care with each specimen drawn and test performed. At Sharp, we encourage a career of lifelong learning along with a healthy work-life balance.
Whether you’re newly licensed or a seasoned lab professional, there’s a place for you in one of our many lab settings. With full support from management and opportunities for career advancement, we empower our lab professionals to grow with us.
Wondering what qualities it takes to be a successful laboratory professional at Sharp? Here are some of the traits we're looking for.
- Results driven
We are Sharp
Our leadership team promotes wellness, reward and recognition, flexible scheduling and work-life balance.
We have empowered our team to create innovative ways of providing patient-centered care, such as our unique drive-thru phlebotomy service and incorporating aromatherapy and hand massage into our practice to create a healing environment for our patients. These innovative services have received numerous awards from our organization and Planetree.
The mission of the Laboratory Education program is to educate laboratorians in accordance with the highest professional standards; provide them with skills and knowledge enabling them to provide excellence in patient care; and stimulate and promote lifelong learning.
This education is offered to clinical laboratory scientists and phlebotomists to help them enhance their skills while earning CEUs. Training courses and seminars are offered throughout the year on laboratory topics such as phlebotomy, safety, microbiology, hematology, chemistry and pathology.
dental and more
Our flexible benefits include a choice of two HMO medical plans (both of which include vision), two PPO dental choices, flexible spending accounts, accident insurance, long-term disability insurance and life insurance.
holiday and sick leave
We offer one of the most generous plans among health care systems in San Diego, and new Sharp employees start with 25 days of paid time off in just the first year.
We focus on your overall well-being by giving you tools to improve both yourself and your life — mentally, physically, spiritually, emotionally and environmentally. Our focus is on balanced health and wellness to help you reach your health goals and enjoy life along the way.
At Sharp, we understand that personal problems occasionally arise and you may need to seek outside professional advice. We’re here to help. Our employee assistance program helps employees develop and maintain a lifestyle that supports good health and productivity.
We’re proud to offer two retirement plans to match your needs. The Sharp$aver 401(a) plan matches your after-tax contributions and the 403(b) plan offers a long-term savings plan for pre-tax and Roth contributions with available loan and withdrawal provisions.
and tuition reimbursement
We support and encourage the growth and development of our employees through educational courses for credit in institutions of higher learning, continuing education programs (conferences, workshops, seminars) and specialty certification examinations.
perks and other benefits
Our employees are eligible to participate in several group voluntary benefit plans — including group legal, college savings, critical illness insurance, group auto and home insurance and pet insurance.
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What You Will Do
Provides the technical knowledge, expertise and judgment required to support the Sharp HealthCare (SHC) mission and scope of laboratory services.
This is a float position traveling throughout San Diego County to all the Sharp HealthCare Laboratories
- This is a Per Diem Position; 8-hour variable shifts.
- This position requires a commitment to be available to work at least eight (8) shifts during each four (4) week schedule including four (4) weekday and four (4) weekend shifts.
- AHA Basic Life Support for Healthcare Professional (AHA BLS Healthcare) - American Heart Association
- California Certified Phlebotomy Technician I (CPT I) Certificate - CA Department of Public Health
- One year recent Phlebotomy experience in a hospital or outpatient lab setting
- Equipment management
Utilizes all equipment (including phone, copier, fax, etc.), instruments, products, and other tools per manufacturer's and training instructions and according to established procedures; facilitates issue resolution.
Demonstrates competency and efficient use of all tool applications (IT, PC, other system/software) and equipment to produce the end product.
Performs and validates required preventive and corrective maintenance on equipment/tools.
Reports and documents equipment/tool/reagent issues and failures.
Actively manages inventory expiration dates and demonstrates ability to evaluate consumables (reagent/supply) inventory to prevent shortages; alerts ordering personnel.
Removes defective equipment from use, documents problem, and notifies appropriate personnel for repair; verifies equipment inspections are up-to-date. Follows through on problem resolution.
Verifies equipment safety inspections are up-to-date.
- Quality assurance
Coordinates and completes processes to meet standards established to maintain quality testing, including collaboration and engagement in continuous improvement of processes.
Completes and validates daily position tasks within expected timeframes to meet QA indicator goal expectations.
Identifies errors and follows-through with investigation, correction, documentation, and notification to appropriate caregiver and lab leadership.
Demonstrates process of self-discovery, including knowledge of strengths and weaknesses and views deficiencies as opportunities for growth; sets goals for self-improvement.
Communicates clearly using tools Closed Loop and SBAR.
Receives feedback well and provides thoughtful feedback to others.
Proactively and appropriately notifies caregiver when delays may result in not meeting expected turn-around-times for specimen collection, processing and testing processes.
- Specimen collection process
Completes specimen collection processes without error using written policies, procedures and other appropriate resources; identifies issues in policies or procedures.
Performs new procedures and policies within acceptable training time intervals; meets department turnaround time goals.
Documents activities and results consistently, thoroughly and legibly; proof reads and double checks own work to minimize errors to achieve zero defects and zero harm.
Performs patient reception, sample collection, processing and may assist with analytical procedures and demonstrates assessment of testing factors with regard to patient age and population specific groups.
Evaluates work performed for accuracy and verifies any questionable findings with thorough investigation and appropriate follow through and seeks supervisory assistance and guidance as appropriate.
Performs additional duties as assigned.
Sharp HealthCare is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability or any other protected classCalifornia Certified Phlebotomy Technician I (CPT I) Certificate - CA Department of Public Health; AHA Basic Life Support for Healthcare Professional (AHA BLS Healthcare) - American Heart Association
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