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Tired of the Same Routine? Ready to Make a Difference?

Take advantage of a career opportunity with CLSI today.

Are you in the clinical laboratory field and tired of the same job options? Are you interested in applying your education and experience to make a difference in the quality of health care?

CLSI is a dynamic, not-for-profit organization with a mission to improve the quality of health care testing through the development of standardized best practices. We are a group of committed individuals located in suburban Philadelphia; however, we have a broad impact and work with volunteers and colleagues around the world.

Content Specialist

Overall Responsibilities:

The Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI)—a volunteer-driven, membership-supported, not-for-profit organization dedicated to developing standards and guidelines for the health care and medical testing community—is seeking a full-time Content Specialist for assignment in our Wayne, PA office.

This entry-level position is responsible for the creation and implementation of education and training materials that relate to standards and other products developed by CLSI. Working closely with volunteers and subject matter experts will facilitate the creation of high-quality technical content to meet defined educational goals. Alignment of educational offerings across specialty areas or product topics is critically important to grow the use of CLSI standards and companion products (derivative products, such as bench aids, wall charts, and electronic templates). Send resume with cover letter and salary requirements to careers_mktg@clsi.org.

International Program Manager

Overall Responsibilities:

The Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI)—a volunteer-driven, membership-supported, not-for-profit organization dedicated to developing standards and guidelines for the health care and medical testing community—is seeking an International Program Manager.

The International Program Manager is responsible for planning, developing, managing, and implementing logistics and technical assistance activities in support of the Laboratory Strengthening Program. Reporting to the Director, primary responsibilities initially focus on, but are not limited to, the CLSI cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Serving as team leader and key liaison for in-country partners, this hands-on, experienced individual will be responsible for managing and implementing Lab Strengthening and Volunteer program activities. Working closely with the Director, the program manager will evaluate and report on the laboratory strengthening activities, monitor program budgets, develop and sustain strong relationships with program partners. The program manager will understand and effectively communicate CLSI’s program goals and objectives as well as CLSI’s mission and vision. The program manager will manage the CLSI international volunteer program, to ensure that CLSI volunteers are prepared to assess the laboratory performance, train, and implement improvement strategies in order to raise and sustain the quality of laboratory operations to a higher level, up to and including accreditation. Send resume with cover letter and salary requirements to careers@clsi.org.

 

Did You Know?

CLSI distributes more than
75,000 standards and guidelines per year, worldwide.

Glen Fine Video

Glen Fine, CEO, CLSI, explains how CLSI develops and promotes best practices in clinical laboratory testing, and the important role members play in that process.

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