Missouri Society for Histotechnology

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The Department of Medical Laboratory Science in the School of Health Related Professions at the University of Mississippi Medical Center (Jackson, MS) invites applications for a 12-month nontenure track faculty position for the Bachelor of Science in Histotechnology program.  Candidates should have a baccalaureate degree (Master’s degree preferred) and hold ASCP-BOC certification as a Histotechnologist (HTL).  For additional information regarding the responsibilities, qualifications and where to send the application, please visit the following website:  https://www.umc.edu/Education/Schools/Health_Related_Professions/Faculty_Positions_Available.aspx .

There is an volunteering opening on the board for Exhibit Coordinator.  Contact Sharon for further information regarding this position

Histology Job Opportunity in St. Peters, MO

Established urology practice in St. Peters, MO is seeking a certified HT or HTL for a full time position to provide support in our laboratory. Experience is required in grossing, embedding, microtomy and staining of histology specimens for microscopic evaluation. Training will be provided for our LIS, cytology prep, FISH, limited IHC staining, and routine maintenance/limited operation of a chemistry analyzer and general lab tasks.

Requirements: The successful candidate will be HT or HTL certified, highly motivated, able to multi task and work well in a team environment.

Benefits: Excellent benefits including health/dental, 401K, Safe Harbor, profit sharing and uniforms.

Salary: Salary is commensurate with experience and level of certification

Interested applicants are asked to email, fax or mail their resume. No calls please

Julie Adams
Director of Human Resources
11155 Dunn Road
Suite 309-E
St. Louis, MO  63136
314.741.5102 fax

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Please join us for a free educational lecture presented by:

Kei Kuroki, SDVM, PhD, DACVP

"The BioJoint Story"

9:30 AM

Certificate of attendance for lecture available

Business meeting to follow immediately.

College of Veterinary Medicine East
1600 East Rollins
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211


Two Position Openings. One is located Hospital in Lebanon, Missouri and Hospital Fort Smith Arkansas. A generous relocation package is available.

The Laboratory Manager is a leader and part of the provider care team who helps with diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring of patient conditions through the use of technical and scientific knowledge. This position is responsible for ensuring accurate, precise, and timely performance of laboratory tests. Laboratory managers are directly responsible for leading laboratory personnel and operations while assuring compliance and meeting all regulatory requirements consistent with the quality of a World Class Laboratory. This position is responsible for all managerial functions which includes fiscal management, planning and management of lab operations, quality management and Human Resource management. The Laboratory Manager will be required to exhibit excellent customer service skills in line with Mercy Signature Service in all internal and external customer interactions. Mercy Leaders are required to exhibit Mercy Leadership Attributes.


Certification/Registration: ASCP or equivalent of a Medical Technologist/Medical Laboratory Scientist or appropriate categorical certification

Other Skills & Knowledge:
1. Bachelor’s degree or higher
2. Current certification as medical technologist/medical laboratory scientist or appropriate categorical certification through the American Society for Clinical Pathology or equivalent
a. If ASCP certification was achieved after January 1, 2004, continuing certification maintenance must be documented to insure continuous and current certification