CLSI Careers & Job Opportunities
Take advantage of a career opportunity with CLSI today.
Tired of the same routine? Ready to make a difference? CLSI is looking for career-motivated individuals like you to fill vital job positions that support our mission.
As a volunteer-driven, membership-supported, not-for-profit organization, we are dedicated to developing standards and guidelines for the health care and medical testing community. If you’d like to be part of the CLSI team, we’re currently seeking talented candidates for the following job positions.
International Project Coordinator
CLSI is seeking a full-time international project coordinator for assignment in our Wayne, PA office (telecommuting may be considered). This position requires up to 30% travel, with an in-country length of stay up to four weeks at a time.
The International Project Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and implementing logistical and administrative activities in support of CLSI's Global Health Partnerships (GHP) grants and contracts. This hands-on individual will be responsible for building and maintaining relationships and working with the GHP Staff to provide project logistical support to volunteers, contractors, contracting organizations, Ministry of Health (MOH) and others as directed. They will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the volunteer and contractor program. Additionally, this position must be able to assist in the delivery workshops on Quality Management Systems (QMS); participate in external assessments of identified laboratories; and participate in mentoring activities for identified laboratories.
The qualified applicant would be a Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS/MT), Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT), or Medical Laboratory Assistant (MLA), ASCP certified or equivalent. One year of experience in two or more areas of laboratory medicine, knowledge of QMS, and previous international experience is strongly preferred. Submit resume with cover letter and salary requirements here.
CLSI is seeking a full-time clinical laboratory standards project manager for assignment in our Wayne, PA office.
Responsibilities of this position include assisting with the management of the development of laboratory practice standards and related products according to established processes and procedures, and providing administrative support for project development. The qualified applicant must possess a bachelor’s degree in the health or life sciences fields or project management. Two years of relevant experience is strongly preferred. Prior experience managing committees or project teams is a plus. Must have experience with Microsoft Office products. Telecommuting is not available for this position. Submit resume with cover letter and salary requirements here.