Job Type

Part Time

Published:

05/16/2018

Address

2001 E. Madison
Seattle
WA
98122
United States

Description

Why Planned Parenthood?


Working at Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest & the Hawaiian Islands is more than a job. It provides the opportunity to contribute to our powerful mission and perform meaningful work.

 

In healthcare services, this means a commitment to providing the absolute best in patient care and education. Our exceptional health center staff drives our mission forward by upholding our acclaimed customer service & confidentiality standards, and working to create a safe, judgment-free space for anyone seeking Planned Parenthood services.

 

As an organization, we are focused on equity, diversity and inclusion. Specifically, we recognize that profound racism impacts the education, health and wellbeing of people in our communities and we are actively working to address all forms of oppression. We believe our employees should reflect the diversity of the populations we serve, including racial and ethnic diversity. People of color are strongly urged to apply.



Director of Lab Compliance

 

About this position:

PPGNHI’s Clinical Services Team is seeking a dynamic leader to oversee and ensure compliance with all requirements to maintain CLIA Moderate Complexity lab licenses which allow PPGHNI to perform testing and receive Medicaid and commercial insurance reimbursements.


This position is part-time (18.75 hours per week)

 

What you’ll be doing: 

Ensures assignment of CLIA required roles, serves in some of those roles and ensures coordination of the full compliance requirements.


Leads the effort to prepare for CLIA inspections. Coordinates all the logistics and preparation efforts regarding the inspection with CLIA as well as the impacted health centers and support departments such as Training and Human Resources. Prepares responses on any findings.

 

Serves as the owner and approver of PPGNHI lab policies.  


Responds to lab related incident reports and resolves problems.


Oversees all CLIA related training and testing requirements in partnership with the Training department.


We’ll trust you to:

Demonstrate a high degree of professionalism and ability to maintain client confidentiality 

 

Value continuous learning and seeks ongoing training and development 

 

Take action to support the affiliate's commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion

 

Value team work, flexibility and adaptability; embraces change 

 


You’ll need to have:

Must meet the CLIA requirements for a Laboratory Director and Technical Consultant for Moderate Complexity testing.


Experience:

Minimum of five years’ experience in a similar role

 

Requirements for a Moderate Complexity Lab

 

A moderate complexity laboratory is required to have personnel who meet the following qualifications (in most situations, the laboratory director is qualified to full multiple roles):

 

Laboratory Director

  • Must possess a current license as a laboratory director issued by the state in which the laboratory is located, if such licensing is required.
  • AND
  • Be a doctor of medicine or osteopathy licensed to practice medicine or osteopathy in the state in which the laboratory is located and be certified in anatomic, clinical pathology, or both by the American Board of Pathology or the American Osteopathic Board of Pathology, or possess qualifications that are equivalent.
  • OR
  • Be a doctor of medicine or osteopathy or doctor of podiatric medicine licensed to practice medicine or osteopathy or podiatry in the state in which the laboratory is located and have laboratory training or experience consisting of:
  • At least one year of directing or supervising non-waived laboratory testing, or
  • Have at least 20 continuing medical education credit hours, commensurate with the director responsibilities, or
  • Have laboratory training equivalent to twenty continuing medical education credit hours, commensurate with the director responsibilities, obtained during medical residency.
  • OR
  • Hold an earned doctoral degree in a chemical, physical, biological, or clinical laboratory science from an accredited institution and:
  • Be certified by the American Board of Medical Microbiology, the American Board of Clinical Chemistry, the American Board of Bioanalysts, or the American Board of Medical Laboratory Immunology, or
  • Have at least one year experience directing or supervising non-waived testing.
  • OR
  • Have earned a master’s degree in a chemical, physical, biological, or clinical laboratory science or medical technology from an accredited institution and:
  • Have at least one year of laboratory training or experience or both in non-waived testing, and
  • In addition, have at least one year of supervisory laboratory experience in non-waived testing.
  • OR
  • Have earned a bachelor’s degree in a chemical, physical, biological science, or medical technology from an accredited institution and:
  • Have at least two years of laboratory training or experience or both in non-waived, and
  • In addition, have a least two years of supervisory laboratory experience in non-waived testing.
  • OR
  • Be serving as a laboratory director and must have previously qualified or could have qualified as a laboratory director on or before February 28, 1998.
  • OR
  • Qualified under state law to direct a laboratory in the state in which the laboratory is located (on or before February 28, 1992).
  • Technical Consultant
  • The laboratory must have a technical consultant qualified by education and either training or experience to provide technical consultation for each of the specialties and subspecialties tested in the laboratory. The qualifications include:
  • Possess a current license issued by the state in which the laboratory is located, if such licensing is required.
  • AND
  • Be a doctor of medicine or osteopathy licensed to practice medicine or osteopathy in the state in which the laboratory is located and be certified in anatomic, clinical pathology, or both by the American Board of Pathology or the American Osteopathic Board of Pathology, or possess qualifications that are equivalent.
  • OR
  • Be a doctor of medicine, osteopathy, or doctor of podiatric medicine licensed to practice medicine, osteopathy, or podiatry in the state in which the laboratory is located, and have at least one year of laboratory training or experience or both in non-waived testing, in the designated specialty or subspecialty areas of service for which the technical consultant is responsible.
  • OR
  • Hold a doctoral or master’s degree in a chemical, physical, biological, or clinical laboratory science or medical technology from an accredited institution, and have at least one year of laboratory training or experience or both in non-waived testing, in the designated specialty or subspecialty areas of service for which the technical consultant is responsible.
  • OR
  • Have earned a bachelor’s degree in a chemical, physical, or biological science or medical technology from an accredited institution, and have at least two years of laboratory training or experience or both in non-waived testing, in the designated specialty or subspecialty areas of service for which the technical consultant is responsible.

 

Equal opportunity employment

PPGNHI is an equal-opportunity employer and seeks to recruit persons of diverse backgrounds - and to support their retention and advancement within the organization. Justice is one of our core values, and we are committed to fostering a workplace culture inclusive of people with respect to their race, ethnicity, national origin, gender/gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, veteran status, marital status, age, disabilities, political affiliation, religious beliefs or any other characteristic. Our commitment to justice and diversity also means providing a work environment that is welcoming, respectful and engaging.

Professional Level

Professional

Minimum Education Required

Other

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