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Under the general supervision of the Ley Clinical Laboratory Supervisor, the Phlebotomist is responsible for providing routine to moderately complex technical laboratory support. The Phlebotomist works with patients to obtain specimens necessary for Laboratory testing, as well as to instruct patients on follow-up procedures. This work also includes maintaining accurate manual and computer records of workload and quality control, providing front desk reception and general administrative support, and facilitating inter and intra-departmental communications related to laboratory operations and test results.
This position is considered an Essential Employee; those needed on campus to meet the needs of students, research programs, or general operations when the university is in reduced operating status or closed. This position is OSHA category BBP1; TB1; ERG2.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, in order to work effectively with patients, clinical staff, and technical staff in emergency and non-emergency situations.
Ability to maintain a positive, non-judgmental attitude, respect, patience, and absolute confidentiality.
Cornell Health, by organizational necessity, requires collaborative and attitudinal skills that foster enthusiasm, professional and personal growth, cooperation, mutually respectful communication, flexibility, initiative and adaptability.
High school diploma with two years of phlebotomy experience
Administrative assistant experience, with at least one year in a medical setting
Experience with computer applications: MS Excel and MS Word
Associate's degree in related field.
Experience working in a college or adolescent health setting
Please note: This is a 32 hours per week position. This position is not eligible for visa sponsorship.
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