Baptist Health is currently looking for a Lab Operations Manager to join our Laboratory department at Baptist Medical Center. This is a Full-Time Days opportunity.
Baptist Clay is Located on Fleming Island at U.S. 17 and Village Square Parkway, the Baptist Clay Medical Campus brings expertise and high-quality pediatric and adult care to Clay County.
As a Lab Operations Manager you will be responsible for:
- Functions as a leader at the health system level, ensuring consistency in regulatory compliance, technical competence and patient safety at all five Baptist Health facilities
- Responsible for planning, developing and executing the capital and operating budgets on the downtown campus, as well as developing and maintaining a team of satisfied and motivated high performing staff.
- Maintain records of performance as defined in the laboratory's general and sectional policy and procedure manuals
- Maintain records of performance as defined in the SOP manuals.
- May instruct new employees and students.
This Lab Operations Manager position will be located at Baptist Clay. If you are interested in this Full-Time Days opportunity, please apply now or reach out directly to Joseph.Medlin@bmcjax.com
In keeping with our mission and core values, Baptist is requiring that all team members complete their COVID-19 vaccine series or obtain a medical or religious exemption by 11/15/2021 or at time of hire after this date.
- Over Five years Clinical Laboratory Experience Required
- Three to Five Years Clinical Leadership Experience Required
License and Certification
- Certified Medical Technologist (MT) Preferred
- Certified Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) Preferred
- Licensed Clinical Laboratory Supervisor Required
1771 Baptist Clay Drive
Fleming Island, Florida, 32003
Baptist Clay Medical Campus
Baptist Clay Medical Campus is located on 32 acres at U.S. 17 and Village Square Parkway on Fleming Island. The facility opened in May 2013 to bring the high-quality care of Wolfson Children’s Hospital and Baptist Health to residents of Clay County. The Baptist/Wolfson Children’s Emergency Center, which is open 24 hours a day, has 16 treatment rooms, a separate waiting room for children, child-specific medical equipment and imaging capabilities, a LifeFlight helipad and an on-site ambulance. Pediatric emergency medicine physicians affiliated with Wolfson Children’s Hospital are also available during peak hours daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The campus’s three-story Medical Office Building also houses the Wolfson Children’s Specialty Center on the first floor. The Medical Office Building has primary care and specialist physicians’ offices that are open throughout the year, providing Clay County families with a “one-stop” destination for a wide array of care.