Laboratory Technician Resume

Work Experience

LabTech – Charlotte, NC (July 2004 to Present)
Laboratory Technician

  • Serves as laboratory section supervisor responsible for the collection, manufacture, quality control, testing, receiving, processing, storage, and shipping of patient samples.
  • Responsible for maintenance, calibration, and quality control of laboratory equipment in compliance with REGULATORY standards.
  • Served as Shift Supervisor for a team of lab technicians responsible for the collection, manufacture, quality control, testing, receiving, processing, storage, and shipping of blood and blood products to 19 sites throughout the country.
  • Responsible for maintenance, calibration, and quality control of laboratory equipment in compliance with regulatory standards and provided technical assistance and troubleshooting for all shifts.

Brooke LLC – Fort Sam Houston, TX (May 1994 to June 2004)
Laboratory Technician

  • Processed and analyzed samples for a patient population of approximately 640,000 personnel and dependents in accordance with standard operating procedures.
  • Responsible for maintenance, calibration, and quality control of laboratory equipment in compliance with regulatory standards and provided technical assistance and troubleshooting for all shifts.
  • Served as a Microbiology technician in the Bio-Security Level III, Mycology, Parasitology, and Tuberculosis sections of the laboratory.
  • Served as a laboratory technician in a 100 bed level III medical facility in Iraq under combat conditions providing diagnostic testing to include special chemistries and microbiology.
  • Provided blood and blood products to emergency and surgical sections with 10 or more traumas per shift.
  • Responsible for maintenance, calibration, and quality control of laboratory equipment in compliance with regulatory standards and provided technical assistance and troubleshooting for all shifts.

ScienceFX – Portsmouth, NH (January 1984 to April 1994)
Laboratory Technician

  • Responsible for piston assembly, inspection, disassembly, measurement, and documentation, as well as engine and support system assembly and disassembly.
  • Provided observation of component performance for future design input and prototyping.
  • Unique knowledge of engine components, personally managing the piston development division.
  • Responsible for operation, monitoring, and maintenance of primary and secondary control and cooling systems to support operations, as well as analyzation and maintenance of chemistry in primary and secondary coolant systems to ensure integrity of power plant health.
  • Ranked #1 of a group of 36 peers for overall performance and excellence.
  • Consistently recognized for performance far exceeding organization requirements and beyond effort produced by peers.

Education

Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering – Northern Arizona University – Flagstaff, AZ