Clinical Lab Scientist 2 - Blood Bank
Job ID: R0039091 | Medical Laboratories | Full Time, Evening Shift | Charlottesville, VA
Sign-on bonus available to the hired Clinical Lab Scientist
$5,000 for Clinical Lab Scientist 2
$2,500 for Clinical Lab Scientist 1

The salary range shown below reflects that of a Clinical Lab Scientist 2. The salary range for a Clinical Lab Scientist 1 is $20.28 - $31.43. Pay rate is based upon experience.

  • Must work a 40-hour/week full-time schedule.
  • Must work a specified shift (days, evenings, or nights; weekend rotation, if required by unit).
  • 24-month commitment with pro-rated repayment for early termination.
Payment terms:
  • Half in first paycheck.
  • Half after six months of employment.
Responsible for performing complex procedures for clinical diagnostic purposes. Serves as a trainer and a role model.
  • Performs patient and quality control (QC) testing, develops skills and maintains competency in routine and assigned laboratory areas.
  • Maintains proper inventories and correctly uses supplies and reagents.
  • Performs advanced equipment troubleshooting and equipment maintenance.
  • Ensures a smooth transition to the next shift.
  • Participates in quality safety and compliance programs.
  • Investigates, documents and resolves problems or complaints.
  • Serves as trainer and role model for Clinical Laboratory Scientist 1 staff and healthcare professional students.
  • In addition to the above job responsibilities, other duties may be assigned.

Position Compensation Range: $26.23 - $41.97 Hourly




  • Education: Bachelor's degree with completion of a NAACLS approved MLS/CLS program; Bachelor's in Biology/Chemistry or related science; Associate's degree in Medical Laboratory Technology from a NAACLS approved MLT program.
  • Experience: Bachelor's degree with completion of a NAACLS approved MLS/CLS program - 0 years; Master's/PhD in Biology/Chemistry or related science - 0 years; Bachelor's in Biology/Chemistry or related science - 3 years; Associate's degree in Medical Laboratory Technology from a NAACLS approved MLT program - 4 years
  • Licensure: ASCP or equivalent certification within 24 months of hire.

Job requires standing, sitting for prolonged periods, frequently traveling, bending/stooping, reaching and repetitive motion. Proficient communicative, auditory and visual skills. Attention to detail and ability to write legibly. Ability to lift/push/pull 20-50 lbs. May be exposed to fumes, chemicals, radiation, blood/body fluids and infectious disease.

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