Nanobiosym is an innovative company in Cambridge, MA that is developing novel technologies to address a broad range of diseases. Nanobiosym was founded by an MIT/Harvard alum to work at the interface of physics, nanotechnology, and biomedicine. This hypergrowth company allows for unique career opportunities with strong long-term incentives. Nanobiosym is currently seeking top notch candidates to help the company scale up its operations.
Nanobiosym is looking for a Technical Supervisor for its High-Complexity Testing CLIA LAB for molecular diagnostics. The role and requirements are below.
Selects test methodology appropriate for the clinical use of the test menu Verifies procedures for testing performed and establishes the laboratory's performance criteria, including accuracy and precision of each test and test system Enrolls the laboratory in an approved PT program commensurate with services offered Establishes a quality control program appropriate for the testing performed, establishes the acceptable levels of analytic performance, and ensures these levels are maintained throughout the testing process Resolves technical problems and ensures corrective actions are taken when- ever test systems deviate from the laboratory's established performance specifications Ensures patient test results are not reported until all corrective action has been taken and the test system is functioning properly Identifies training needs and ensures testing personnel receive regular in-service training Evaluates the competency of all testing personnel on an ongoing basis Evaluates and documents Testing Personnel's performance at six months and twelve months during the first year of employment and yearly thereafter. Performance is reevaluated (prior to reporting patient test results) if test methodology or instrumentation changes. The evaluation must include the use of the new test methodology or instrumentation
Qualified as a Director for high-complexity testing; OR Qualified as a Technical Supervisor for high complexity testing; OR Doctoral degree in clinical laboratory science or chemical, physical or biological science with 1 year training and experience in high-complexity testing; OR Master's degree in clinical laboratory science, medical technology or chemical, physical or biological science and 1 year training and experience in high-complexity testing; OR Bachelor's degree in clinical laboratory science, medical technology or chemical, physical or biological science and 1 year training and experience in high-complexity testing; OR Associate degree in medical laboratory technology (or pulmonary function) and 2 years laboratory (or blood gas analysis) training or experience, or both, in high complexity testing Refer to the CLIA regulation 42CFR493.1461 for additional qualifications