We are hiring a Lab Sales Manager for N3 Laboratories. N3 is part of the Neurovations family headquartered in Napa, California in the heart of the California Wine Country. Are you ready to help us grow?
The Laboratory Manager will be tasked with overseeing the day-to-day operations of its CLIA licensed POL and reference drug testing laboratories and will report to the Chief Operating Officer. This position must possess a California CLS license.
N3 Laboratories was formed by Dr. Eric Grigsby in 2011 and is part of Neurovations, a patient care and innovation company founded in 1992. Neurovations provides the best care for every patient we see- every day. Today, we are a national leader in medical device and pharmaceutical innovation, clinical research, pain, and neuroscience education, and community health through our non-profit Foundation, HealthRoots. Our unwavering mission is to inspire hope and to contribute to the health and well-being of our patients and communities through integrated clinical practice, research, and education.
The functions of the Laboratory Manager will include but is not limited to the following:
Provide technical oversight and manage the QC/QA/QI lab systems to ensure compliance with COLA, CLIA, State of California and other applicable regulatory requirements.
Supervise and manage the technical licensed and unlicensed laboratory staff.
Write, maintain, and update the SOP manual.
Manage training and competency evaluation of licensed and unlicensed lab staff.
Maintain all applicable state and federal laboratory licenses and certificates and lead interactions with regulatory authorities.
Perform and oversee the accurate and timely reporting of all laboratory testing results. T
Education and Skills
Bachelors Degree in biological or physical sciences.
A State of California Clinical Lab Scientist or Toxicology Limited License and at least 2 years experience as a lab supervisor or manager of a CLIA/State of California licensed clinical laboratory.
Prior experience with routine urine drug testing and knowledge of the theory and practice of immunoassay, GC/MS, and LC/MS/MS instrumentation and methods.
Prevailing CLIA/State of California clinical laboratory regulatory requirements is required.
The successful candidate will have strong leadership, communication, and writing skills.