The Specimen Processing/Phlebotomy (Lab) Supervisor is responsible for operations oversight of the Specimen Processing/Phlebotomy section within Bayhealth Medical Center ensuring functions run smoothly and efficiently. Formulates goals and/or recommends policy, assigns objectives, and establishes standards of practice within assigned sections. Supervises all employees in assigned section to include scheduling, staffing, training, performance and quality control. Work independently with guidance available from the Medical Director, Administrative Director, Lab Managers, and pathologist.
Must have a Bachelors degree in Medical Technology or Health Sciences. Must have three (3) years of experience as a Medical Technologist and one (1) year supervisory experience such as Charge Technologist or Lead. MLS (ASCP), MT (ASCP), MT (AMT), or CLS (NCA) or equivalent certification required. Must be competent in all phlebotomy procedures (i.e. blood culture collection, blood bank specimens, etc.). Must have normal color perception. Must show demonstrated commitment to assisting and motivating employees. Must have demonstrated ability to respond to difficult issues quickly, fairly and ethically. Must have outstanding organizational skills. Must show flexibility and ability to adapt to quickly evolving circumstances. Must demonstrate excellent communication skills, including the communication of changes, issues and challenges in all directions of the organization.
Bayhealth’s mission is to strengthen the health of our community, one life at a time. As central and southern Delaware’s largest healthcare system, Bayhealth is comprised of Bayhealth Hospital, Kent Campus and Bayhealth Milford Memorial, the freestanding Emergency Department in Smyrna as well as numerous satellite facilities and employed physician practices encompassing a variety of specialties. Bayhealth is a technologically advanced not-for-profit healthcare system with more than 3,700 employees and a medical staff of more than 400 physicians. Bayhealth is an affiliate of Penn Medicine for Heart and Vascular, Cancer and Orthopaedics. In Fiscal Year 2017, Bayhealth recorded 94,223 emergency department visits, 18,760 patients admitted to beds, 2,212 births, and provided $49.5 million in unreimbursed care to patients.