Performs standard laboratory tests to obtain data used in diagnosis and treatment of patients. May work in any of the following departments: Blood Bank, Microbiology, Automated, General laboratory, or Specialized as defined by work site. Performs both routine and specialized tests, provides work direction and instruction to students and trainees, non-licensed personnel, and new personnel. Checks tests performed for accuracy, reliability, and validity before results are reported from the laboratory. A higher level of experience, the teaching of students and trainees, and in-depth troubleshooting capabilities distinguishes the CLS II from the CLS I category. CLS II participates in proficiency testing, identification of outliers (non conformance events) with resolution when possible.
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