MPLN offers employment opportunities in diagnostics (molecular, cytogenetics, flow cytometry, anatomic pathology) research and clinical trials, business development, sales, marketing, client services and operations. Located in the foothills of the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains, the laboratory is 20 minutes from Knoxville, Tennessee and offers a flexible benefit package that includes a 401k plan, medical, dental, vision and life insurance, as well as short and long term disability options.
Molecular Pathology Laboratory Network
250 E Broadway
Maryville, TN 37804
A full time day shift position is available for a Tennessee licensed medical technologist. Responsibilities include performing routine laboratory and molecular procedures consisting of, but are not limited to, performance of molecular testing and quality control procedures. Education, license or certifications requirements include a BS/BA in medical technology or related field and certification as a MT(ASCP), MLS(ASCP), or MB(ASCP). Candidate must be licensed by the State of Tennessee as a medical laboratory technologist in accordance with the Tennessee Laboratory Licensing Act.
This position will be responsible for the management of technical and scientific operation within an assigned state-of-the art clinical molecular, cytogenetics, FISH and NGS department, including accurate reporting of patient results, reviewing training and competency records, and providing continuing education. Responsible for review of clinical laboratory data to provide an accurate interpretation of test results to the client. Interact with personnel at various levels and departments as required. Participate in testing development and work with the laboratory information system, requisitions, worksheets, data, and reports.
Relocation assistance provided
Molecular Pathology Laboratory Network, Inc. (MPLN) is seeking an experienced, board-certified, fellowship-trained Hematopathologist to join our Tennessee pathology operations near Knoxville, TN. Adjunct faculty appointment at the University of Tennessee Medical Center will be implemented upon hiring. Experience in flow cytometry, bone marrow interpretation, lymph node and general surgical pathology including IHC required. Molecular pathology skills and molecular genetic board certification are desirable but not required. The qualified physician candidate must be able to obtain a license to practice as a Medical Doctor in the State of Tennessee and have the credentials to obtain a Certification of Qualification from the New York State Department of Health. The successful candidate will possess strong interpersonal skills, collaborating with a team of professionals in providing consultative support to clients, assessing new technology, and participating in quality programs as an integral part of a growing, dynamic company.