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Company: Trinity Health
Location: Minot, ND
Career Level: Entry Level
Industries: Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Biotech


POSITION SUMMARY The Pathology Assistant is responsible for performing accessioning, dictating, and dissecting surgical specimens. Individuals are required to possess and expand on advanced knowledge of anatomy, pathology, and anatomic pathology laboratory techniques. Individuals are responsible for ensuring quality, consistency, efficiency, and for coordination and leading technical services. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS Licenses and Certifications Required Current ASCP Board Certification is preferred but not required Educational Requirements Bachelors degree with knowledge in anatomy and experience in grossing pathology specimens Experience Requirements Experience desirable but not required Working knowledge of department functions Special Skills or Training Requirements Strong knowledge of hospital practices and surgical terminology Must possess and maintain advanced knowledge of anatomy, anatomic pathology, and medical terminology Knowledge of and adherence to hazardous chemical handling, bio-hazardous materials, and universal precautions Must understand and adhere to company/department policies and procedures Must demonstrate proficiency in advances gross dissection and dictation of complex surgical specimens Must demonstrate aptitude to assist in training and support grossing personnel at all levels Must possess office and computer skills Must possess disposition to tolerate proximity to and handling of human organs and tissues specimens Must possess ability to use touch-screen computers in multiple capacities Must communicate respectfully and professionally in oral and written communication. Must interact respectfully and professionally with others. Fluency in English required. Must effectively prioritize and organize responsibilities and multi-task Must collaborate with others to ensure that work processes and work flow meet organizational requirements Must effectively identify and solve technical problems and issues Must wear required personal protective equipment (i.e. lab coat, eye protection, gloves, etc.) Must maintain the appropriate levels of confidentiality required to protect client/patient privacy and proprietary organizational information

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