SWC - ASCP Certified Medical Technologist/Clinical Lab Scientist #8906
Required Skills, Knowledge, Education, and Training
Must be at least 18 years old.
Must have Bachelor of Science degree in a related field.
Must have Medical Technologist or Medical Laboratory Technician experience.
Must be registered with the American Society of Clinical Pathologists (ASCP).
Must have working knowledge of laboratory instrumentation.
Must be able to prepare laboratory reports.
Must have strong written and verbal communication skills.
Must have basic computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft applications, spreadsheets and databases.
Must be able to sit, walk, talk, use hands, hear, smell and have color vision.
Must be able to stand for prolonged periods of time.
Must be able to handle multiple tasks at once and work in a fast paced work environment.
Must be able to work indoors with several large and small laboratory instruments as well as refrigeration and freezer units which create moderate noise.
Must be able to work with limited exposure to toxic or caustic chemicals and radiation. Protective equipment is provided when necessary.
Must be able to positively interact with park guests and co-workers of all ages, different ethnic/cultural backgrounds and/or language, and individuals with special needs.
Veterinary experience preferred.
Animal or aquatic animal laboratory diagnostics experience preferred.
Internal Number: #8906
About SeaWorld San Diego
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment™ is a subsidiary of SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE: SEAS). For more than 50 years, we have been a leading theme park and entertainment company delivering personal, interactive and educational experiences that blend imagination with nature and enable our guests to celebrate, connect with and care for the natural world we share. We also are one of the world’s foremost zoological organizations and a worldwide leader in animal welfare, training, husbandry and veterinary care. The company collectively cares for one of the largest animal collections on the North American continent and has helped lead advances in the care of species in zoological facilities and in the conservation of wild populations.