Indiana University Health

Histotechnician Pathology Lab

Pathology Lab

Job Location

Pathology Lab
350 W. 11th Street


Tissue Morphology

Date Posted

August 18, 2020

Schedule & Shift

  • Nights
  • Full Time

Requisition Number

The Histotechnician prepares tissue specimens for routine and special procedures that aid in the confirmation of patient diagnosis! Processes, embeds, cuts and stains surgical, biopsy and anatomical tissues for light and fluorescent microscopic slide review. Performs complex histological procedures and analyzes and corrects problems using scientific principles. Analyzes and records data. Performs instrument maintenance, utilizing established protocols. Works within defined technical processes and procedures or methodologies and may help resolve appropriate approach for new assignments. Works with a limited degree of supervision with oversight focused only on complex new assignments. Acts as an informal resource for colleagues with less experience. Join this outstanding team of Laboratory Professionals?

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Qualifications for the Histotechnician Role

  • 2 years histology experience required.
  • Associate's degree in histology or two years of histology experience required.
  • Certification as a Histotechnician (HT) or Histotechnologist (HTL) through ASCP or obtained within 6 months of hire required.
  • Requires ability to perform routine techniques and procedures.
  • Requires proficiency at computer entry/retrieval of lab results.
  • Requires ability to maintain quality control records and patient results.
  • Requires ability to apply safety regulations.
  • Requires ability to perform routine maintenance on equipment.
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