Laboratory Corporation of America Specimen Accessioner (Clinical) in Winston-Salem, North Carolina
You're organized, accountable, and have always gone the extra mile to make sure things are done right. Now, imagine the impact those skills can have in ensuring the accuracy of millions of healthcare tests, every month. That's LabCorp and that's what our Specimen Accessioners do. If you share our passion for strengthening physician care, please find your desired Specimen Accessioner position above and click to learn more about joining our team.
This position will have second shift hours from 2:30 pm -11 pm, Monday -Friday; Saturday & Sunday Rotation as needed.
Open incoming packages from branches/clients, unpack and receive specimens.
Perform data entry and Quality Assurance for specimen/patient information with a high degree of accuracy and in accordance with established protocols.
Assign computer-generated identification number to be used for specimen tracking.
Prepare specimens for laboratory testing and Route samples by type to designated staging areas.
Maintain complete documentation for all processes as outlined in SOPs.
Clearly document any problem cases as outlined in SOPs.
Meets department activity and production goals
Our requirements include:
High school diploma or equivalent
Strong work ethic
Experience working in a team environment
Comfortable with handling biological specimens
Previous medical or production experience is a plus
Proven track record in providing exceptional customer service
Excellent attention to detail with understanding of patient impact
Strong communication skills; both written and verbal
Strong Computer Skills
10-Key pad experience
Comfortably working under minimal supervision
Reliable transportation and clean driving record if applicable
Flexibility to work overtime as needed
Ability to pass standardized color blindness test
Monday - Friday, 2:30 pm -11:00 pm; Saturday & Sunday Rotation,
As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.