Salary: $16.10 - $22.12
Work Schedule/Hours: Monday-Friday/11:00am -7:30pm/40 hours
Location: East Baltimore
Personnel area: School of Medicine
The Department of Coordinator is seeking a Labortory Coordinator that will be responsible for the processing and shipment of samples that come to the lab. The coordinator will be expected to independently perform accessioning, processing, and shipping duties in a service laboratory. The primary duties of this position will be focused within the shipping department operations however the Lab Coordinator will be required to assist in the processing department as needed.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Follows Good Laboratory Practices
- Collects, processes, documents, stores and ships patient specimens according to Study Protocol
- Helps organize and maintain the SAC freezer inventory
- Is responsible for the shipment of batched samples for clinical trials
- Keeps track of due dates for batch shipment of specimens
- Performs internal transfers of specimens to labs within the Cancer Center.
- Attends clinical trial start up meetings and provides input for clinical research staff in regards to sample procurement and shipment of processed samples.
- Maintains samples processed in the appropriate database and barcodes all specimens processed.
- Assists in training new laboratory personnel for sample shipment.
- Troubleshoots samples that come to lab with missing information.
- Assist in providing notification to study teams when a specific study’s shipping supply inventories are low and in need of reorder.
- Assisting in shipment query investigation and resolution.
- Has the ability to accommodate a fast-paced laboratory schedule.
- Must have proficiency using Microsoft Office products.
- Other duties as assigned by the Core Director and/or Core Supervisor/Manager.
High School Diploma or GED required, and some college coursework in the biological sciences and a minimum of one year of related experience.
Bachelor’s degree and additional experience working in a lab environment and experience with shipping specimens and DOT/IATA Dangerous Good Shipping Certification desired.
The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
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