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Acutis is a company in motion, building its internal resources while expanding its territories.
We invite professionals who abhor standing in place to help us make Acutis the industry’s leader.
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Current opportunities at Acutis
The Specimen Accessioner sets up, loads, operates and maintains the processing system for all incoming specimens. The Specimen Accessioner receives, processes, and verifies specimens accordingly and logs specimens into the information system, as necessary.
The General Supervisor - Molecular Diagnostics will oversee all pre-analytical, analytical, post-analytical, and method development activities in the molecular diagnostics department. They will assist the laboratory director in the development of new technologies and participate in documenting and implementing Quality Assurance (QA)/Quality Control (QC)/Quality Inventory (QI) procedures.
Acutis Diagnostics is headquartered in East Northport, Long Island. Acutis is a dynamic company, building its internal resources while expanding its territories. The company is a fast-growing clinical laboratory.
We invite industry professionals who are passionate about customer service and with the idea of ‘wow-ing’ our clients with each interaction to join in building this company into the industry leader.
This role is for a certified laboratory technologist (CLT) that desires to learn laboratory data analytics for LCMS/MS instrumentation. Acutis will provide hands-on training. Work entails but is not limited to, certifying data (e.g., verify retention time windows, update qualifier ratios, review chromatograms, analyze for carryover) and maintenance of LCMS/MS instrumentation.
The Molecular Diagnostics Technologist is responsible for performing all aspects of testing in a molecular laboratory. The technologist will evaluate and introduce new material, methods, and equipment to help determine the feasibility and/or adaptability for clinical molecular studies.