Hospital Laboratory Medical Technologist

A top-notch hospital located just north of Chicago has an opening in their Laboratory for experienced Hospital Laboratory Medical Technologists. Apply today for this opportunity with a great organization! 

The Hospital Laboratory Medical Technologist will join a 175-bed hospital with a Level II trauma program and a level III nursery. This busy hospital offers a range of comprehensive medical services to the surrounding community. Offering a variety of services, this inpatient and outpatient facility offers its residents 24-hour Emergency Room Services, Orthopedics, Radiology, and many more. Becoming part of a large system provides many opportunities to the Hospital Laboratory Medical Technologist such as the opportunity for career growth, further education, and a great work-life balance.

The Hospital Medical Lab Technician should have already completed an accredited Medical Laboratory Technology program and poses an Associates or Bachelors level degree. The Hospital Medical Lab Technician will participate in a variety of complex technical tasks that include chemical, microscopic, bacteriologic, and other medical laboratory tests and exams to attain data for use in future diagnosis and treatment. This individual will also be responsible for the accurate recording of determinations and results for future review by team physicians or pathologists. 

The city of Chicago has something for everyone. The Hospital Laboratory Medical Technologist will have access to multiple professional sporting teams and venues, world-class dining and shopping, museums, concert venues, and plenty of public parks and toe paths. With bustling nightlife and top public and private school systems Chicago is an ideal place for young professionals starting their career as well as candidates raising a family. 

The Hospital Laboratory Medical Technologist will receive a competitive salary for the region, along with a full suite of benefits and retirement plans. Apply today and join one of the nations’ largest health systems.