St. Jude Children's Research Hospital has an open Sr. Laboratory Informatics Analyst position. This position implements change controls of the Laboratory Informatics System to enhance system and software functionality with the inclusion of new production code, alpha code, system managers, interfaces, rules, and test procedures. Coordinates database project planning and development. Performs comprehensive system validation and integrated testing of all new code and tests entered into the system to prove acceptable performance. Performs advanced troubleshooting of laboratory systems and other integrated informatics systems. Provides system back-up to ensure continuity of services. Maintains operation controls of the system to maximize software functionality and comply with regulatory requirements. Ensures systems maintenance to prevent disruptions of informatics services due to loss of hardware of software functionality. Develops and conducts training programs for system end users and LIS orientees to ensure efficient and effective use of the system and to comply with regulatory requirements. Monitors the system to ensure and confirm optimal performance and timely discovery of variances and develops corrective actions plans. Maintains peripheral systems and processes.
St. Jude is anticipating a need for this position starting July 2018.
Five (5) years experience as a Medical Technologist working in a Clinical Laboratory, including two (2) years of computer or LIS experience is required.
Training and experience as an end-user of laboratory software is required.
Bachelor's degree in Medical Technology or in one of the biological, chemical or physical sciences and completion of a medical laboratory technologist training program that was, at the time of graduation, either NAACLS approved or approved pursuant to TN Rule 1200-06-02-.04. Educational requirements may be waived for applicants possessing HEW certification from passing the Health and Human Services proficiency examination on or before September 1, 1997 and who meet criteria outlined in TN Rule 1200-06-02-.22.
Tennessee licensure as Medical Technologist-General or as a Special Analyst in assigned laboratory section required or eligible. Licensure must be obtained prior to working in lab independently.
Certification as a Medical Technologist by ASCP or AMT preferred