We are currently seeking a Hospital Lab technician I for the UCSF Clinical Cancer Genomics Laboratory (CCGL), within the Department of Genomics Services. Under general supervision, the successful applicant will provide clinical administrative and patient care support to the CCGL at the Mt Zion campus. This can include:
Location: San Francisco, California
The final salary and offer components are subject to additional approvals based on UC policy.
- Receiving and processing surgical consult, Cytology, EM, and Histology specimens and accompanying requisitions from internal departments and external facilities.
- Registering patients into APeX medical records system.
- Communicating with internal departments and outside medical groups and insurance to verify billing information and obtain authorizations.
- Accessioning molecular pathology cases into departmental clinical database system (CoPath) and internal laboratory system (Sapio).
- Coordinating regular clinical laboratory meetings.
- Responding to requests from internal and outside facilities for patient slides and blocks.
- Maintaining patient records, reports, slides, and blocks.
- Supporting basic organization of the document control system (Master Control).
- Assisting clinical lab scientists with the preparation of biological specimens for molecular genetic testing.
- Providing general care and maintenance of CCGL laboratory areas.
- The responsibilities of this position will require routine exposure to human biological specimens (e.g. blood and tissue), corrosive/oxidative chemicals (e.g. bleach), carcinogenic chemicals (e.g. formaldehyde, also known as formalin) and moderately toxic chemicals (e.g. xylene).
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