LetsGetChecked is a global healthcare solutions company that provides the tools to manage health from home through health testing, virtual care, genetic sequencing, and medication delivery for a wide range of health and wellness conditions. LetsGetChecked's end-to-end model includes manufacturing, logistics, lab analysis, physician support, and prescription fulfillment. Founded in 2015 and co-headquartered in Dublin and Atlanta, LetsGetChecked empowers people to take control of their health and live longer, happier lives.

Position: Clinical Laboratory Scientist (CLS) – CGMBS

We are seeking a Clinical Genetic Molecular Biologist Scientist (CGMBS) to perform molecular genetic testing at our laboratory in Monrovia, California. Reporting to the General Supervisor – Molecular Genetics, the CGMBS will be responsible for performing a variety of laboratory procedures, including DNA/RNA isolation, PCR, sequencing, and data analysis. The ideal candidate will have experience in clinical laboratory operations, molecular genetics techniques, and NGS (next-generation sequencing) technologies.

Required Qualifications: 

Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act (CLIA) Regulation - The Clinical Lab Scientist must meet the CLIA requirements set forth in 42CFR Sec. 493.1489 for a High Complexity Testing Lab.

Required Licensure: 

The Clinical Laboratory Scientist must be licensed by the State of California as a generalist or have limited licensures in specialties of tests performed. 

Responsibilities 

  • Following the laboratory’s procedures for specimen handling and processing, test analyses, reporting, and maintaining records of patient results.
  • Maintaining records which demonstrate that proficiency testing samples are tested in the same manner as patient specimens.
  • Adhering to the laboratory’s Quality Control policies and documenting all Quality Control activities, instrument and procedural calibrations, and instrument maintenance.
  • Following the laboratory’s policies, including taking and documenting corrective actions, whenever test systems are not within the laboratory’s established acceptable levels of performance.
  • Being able to identify problems that may adversely affect test performance or test result reporting and correcting the problem or notifying the appropriate supervisor.
  • Documenting all corrective actions taken when test systems deviate from the laboratory’s established performance specifications.
  • If required by route of qualification, performing high complexity testing only under the on-site direct supervision of a General Supervisor.
  • Perform laboratory procedures for genetic testing, including DNA/RNA isolation, PCR, sequencing, and data analysis
  • Perform quality control and quality assurance activities to ensure accurate and reliable results
  • Participate in the development and validation of new genetic tests and methodologies
  • Participate in laboratory meetings, quality improvement initiatives, and continuing education activities to maintain up-to-date knowledge of genetic testing technologies and practices
  • Perform other duties as assigned. 

What we are looking for…..

  • Strong understanding of molecular biology techniques, including DNA/RNA isolation, PCR, sequencing, and data analysis
  • Familiarity with NGS (next-generation sequencing) technologies and data analysis tools
  • Knowledge of regulatory requirements for laboratory operations (e.g. CLIA)
  • Excellent attention to detail and strong organizational skills
  • Effective communication skills and ability to work collaboratively with a team
  • Strong problem-solving and analytical skills

Benefits:
Alongside base salary of $90,000-$100,000 +15% Differential for second shift, we offer a range of benefits including:

  • Health, dental & vision insurance
  • 401k Matching contribution
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Annual Compensation Reviews
  • Flexible PTO Policy and 3 paid volunteer days per year
  • Free monthly LetsGetChecked tests as we are not only focused on the well being of our patients but also the well being of our teams
  • A referral bonus programme to reward you for helping us hire the best talent
  • Internal Opportunities and Careers Clinics to help you progress your career
  • Maternity, Paternity, Parental and Wedding leave

To learn more about LetsGetChecked and our mission to help people live longer, healthier lives please visit https://www.letsgetchecked.com/careers/

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