Summary of Roles / Responsibilities
Receive urine, blood or other samples for experimentation and analysis.
Prepare standard volumetric solutions or reagents to be combined with specimens.
Manage and operate laboratory equipment.
Test and study blood, urine and other body fluids.
Evaluate test results and prepare reports for physicians.
Maintain laboratory quality assurance and safety standards.
Cross-match blood for transfusion.
Guide and supervise junior staff and technicians.
Adhere to the protocols, norms, rules and regulations to maintain complete medical records.
Monitor patient outcomes.
Ensures a hygienic and safe working environment in compliance with the healthcare procedures.
Compliance with Quality control protocols
Responsible for equipment maintenance, troubleshooting and documentation
Ensure fast, efficient and courteous service delivery to both internal and external clients
Ensure results are delivered within stipulated TAT
Responsible for good housekeeping practice at work station
Curtail material wastage (consumable)

Qualification and Person Specification
Candidates must have BMLS qualification.
At least 3-5 years of relevant experience in a similar role.
Good hand-eye coordination.
Ability to keep information confidential.
Ability to work calmly under pressure.
Sound knowledge in clinical laboratory procedures and microbiology.
Knowledge of the use and operation of laboratory equipment such as microscopes and cell counters.
Knowledge of a highly complex, clinical testing environment.
Equipment Application knowledge
Attention to detail
Excellent written and oral skills
Time management
Investigative skills
Problem-solving skills and Coaching skills

Job Type

How to apply/Criteria/deadline.
Please send your Cover Letter and CV to on or before 14th of June, 2021 using the role as subject.
Only shortlisted candidates shall be contacted.

By Dr Nathaniel

Nat is a pioneer of His commitment to excellence in medical writing has earned him recognition as a trusted authority in the field. He have collaborated with leading healthcare organizations, authored thought-provoking articles, and played a pivotal role in raising health literacy levels across diverse audiences.

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