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Gove County Medical Center, a critical access hospital in rural Northwest Kansas is seeking a Laboratory Manager to provide leadership and direct the training, development and supervision of laboratory personnel. To be qualified for this position you must have a BS degree or be a Clinical Laboratory Scientist (CLS), Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS) or Medical Technologist (MT) with a minimum of three (3) years of experience in high complexity testing.
The position will function as a working manager within with hospital setting. As the Laboratory Manager you will be a knowledgeable leader and mentor for new and experienced Clinical Laboratory Personnel alike. As an experienced Clinical Laboratory Technician and Laboratory Manager, you will utilize your hands on skills and advanced knowledge to increase operational efficiencies and maintain employee morale and increase retention.
Located in Quinter, Kansas; there is a close-to-home, tight knit community feeling that is hard to find anywhere else. Gove County Medical Center is a hospital that continues to be a staple for generations to come thanks to small town, privately run businesses, a large farming community, one-on-one educational experiences with tenured leaders and rooted generational dedication. This community is one of a kind and has an atmosphere that allows everyone to feel like part of a family.
This is a great opportunity to advance your career as a Clinical Laboratory Manager with a facility that values their employees. If you are looking for a chance to grow with a rural healthcare facility now is the time to take action to achieve your goal.
To be a qualified candidate you must have minimum MLT schooling and at least three (3) years of experience in high complexity testing and all areas of a laboratory. Management experience is preferred, but not required.
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