**Supervisor - Surgical Pathology-Histology (52574)**
+ Job Type:Full Time
+ FTE/Bi-Weekly Hours:1.0/80
+ Hours in Shift:8
+ Location:Palo Alto, CA
The Histology Manager supervises the hospital staff and the technical operations of the Histology Laboratory, the Immunodiagnostic Laboratory, and the frozen section room. Under the direction of the Laboratory Directors and the Laboratory Manager, investigates, writes, and implements technical procedures and policies relative to histology processing, staining and microtomy; and immunohistochemical procedures. Establishes efficient and effective workflow for these areas. Identifies and resolves technical issues in the Histology and Immunodiagnostic Laboratories. Establishes and monitors Quality Control and Quality Assurance programs to meet Joint Commission, CAP, state and federal requirements. Establishes and maintains compliance with all applicable health and safety policies (Joint Commission, CAP, state, federal, and SHC). Assigns work schedules for histotechnicians, laboratory technicians, and laboratory assistants assigned to these laboratories. Collaborates with other supervisors and staff in identifying, planning, and implementing performance improvement projects. Functions as a Histotechnician as needed.
· Designs appropriate work schedules for subordinate employees and plans daily work assignments in order to maintain adequate staffing to meet customer service needs.
· Develops and implement department specific processes/procedures and quality control programs to ensure reliability of testing procedures, proper function of laboratory equipment and compliance to safety/health and state/federal regulations
· Monitors and evaluates machinery, equipment, systems and supplies to ensure operational efficiency and reliability of results.
· Performs all human resource management responsibilities such conducting employee performance appraisal, promotions, transfers, interviews, hiring and termination of employees.
· Performs other duties as requested
· Prepares technical reports reflecting department process volume, testing results, analysis, adverse trends, conclusions or recommendations for management and other hospital personnel.
· Supervises laboratory personnel engaged in performing routine and specialized technical procedures. Plans laboratory work assignments, evaluates work performed and provides direction decisions in handling procedural and technical problems.
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Education: Bachelor's degree in a work-related discipline/field from an accredited college or university
Experience: Five (5) years of progressively responsible and directly related work experience
License/Certification: ASCP certified
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