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Manager Quality

Location:
Piscataway, NJ
Salary:
130000
Posted:
December 12, 2019

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Tehmina Junaid, CLT

Phone# 732-***-****

Email: ada2az@r.postjobfree.com

Objective: Microbiology Supervisor

Summary of Qualifications:

Microbiologist possessing several years of experience, most significantly, for patients within a 700-bed teaching hospital with a SAFE center and a regional trauma center, as well as the hospital's affiliates throughout New York City and its surrounding boroughs. Expertise encompasses organization, performance (quantitative and qualitative analysis), and quality assurance of diverse physical, chemical, microscopic, and bacteriologic testing techniques, most currently GeneXpert Cephied, associated with medical diagnosis and treatment of the hospital's patient population as well as that of the overall community of the City of New York. A multilingual, quality-oriented team member demonstrating highly developed analytical and communicative skills, a meticulous work ethic, and the commitment to achieve objectives as established.

Summary of Laboratory Procedures:

Microorganism identification and susceptibilities using conventional and automatic systems (Microscan Walkaway-96), GeneXpert Cephied, Biofire, Maldi Tof, BacTALERT and Bactec for blood culturing, Novus, UF100 for Urineanalysis. . classification ... Streaking ... Gram Staining ... Tissue Culturing ... Antigen Antibodies Tests (e.g : bacterial antigen,Parasitic antigen tests.).. Electrophoresis ... ELISA ... Blotting ... Lysate preparation plaque assay ... Viral testing (vitro and vivo) ... Sensitivity tests for antibiotics ... Titration ... Micro Titration ... Media and broth preparation ... Hemotological tests ... Clostridium defficile detection ... HPLC ... Ion exchange Chromatography ... Experience in different bacterial and virological benches using various advance methods for identification, growth, and susceptibility of microorganisms that is advance Vitek system, Bectec, Gen-probe, Quantiferon Gold Test. Documentation and direct report to physicians and clients. Heavy QC.

Education, Certification and Licensure:

Karachi University, Karachi, Pakistan

Master of Science, Molecular Microbiology

Karachi University, Karachi, Pakistan

Bachelor of Science, Biological Sciences

Majors: Chemistry, Zoology, and Microbiology

• The two degrees listed above represent the U.S. equivalent to Bachelor of Science degree with a G.P.A. of 3.79 / 4.00, as evaluated by IERF, California and WES, Florida.

Rutgers University, NJ

Masters of healthcare administration (Few credits are pending)

License and Certificate

Clinical Laboratory Technologist – New York State Education Department

Siemens CLINITEK AUWi PRO System Operator Training Certificate

Beckman and Coulter Microscan LabPro Administrator Training Certificate

ASCP (American Society of Clinical Pathologists) Receiving twelve ASCP credit every year (2006 to Present) for completion of the seminars via teleconference.

Professional Experience:

3/18 -Present Centers Healthcare, Brooklyn, NY

Microbiology Supervisor (Oversees Microbiology, Serology and Urine analysis department)

Responsible for the entire suite of microbiology services including bacteriology and rapid antigen tests for parasites, Urine analysis and Serology testing like influenza.

Supervise all technical and non-technical staff of Microbiology, Serology and UA department. Work closely with the Lab Manager, Quality Manager, and other Supervisors

Facilitate the implementation of new instruments, new test procedures like Completed the validation study Of Cepheid GeneXpert, Implemented automated biological safety cabinet.

Revised and created new SOPs

Ensures proper functioning of equipment: documents routine maintenance records as well as scheduled and unscheduled service records

Maintain Quality Control record of all reagents and analyzers.

Monitors and maintains an adequate inventory of supplies for use in daily operation

Train technical staff for multiple analyzers and culture reading.

Facilitate positive outcomes for all proficiency testing by ensuring tests are assayed in a timely manner meeting all regulatory standards.

Perform internal audits

Present educational lectures to technical staff on Clinical Updates

Proficiencies

Executed all responsibilities in compliance with established policies, guidelines, and regulations, including OSHA health/safety mandates and HIPAA patient confidentiality legislation.

Received and logged samples of blood, urine, and other bodily exudates (sputum, pus, vaginal secretions, fungi, and stool). Determined physical and chemical parameters of testing procedures in order to set up laboratory equipment, establish controls, and coordinate testing with other microbiologists.

Isolated and prepared cultures of bacteria and other microorganisms in inhibitory media. Controlled factors such as moisture, aeration, and temperature. Performed diversified hematological, chemical, serological, and bacteriological tests of samples to determine their positivity or negativity in accordance with specific criteria and provide data for use in the research, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.

Recommended and implemented corrective procedures effective in improving the accuracy/quality of laboratory testing processes.

Calibrated, utilized, and maintained instrumentation so as to ensure its optimum functioning.

Observed and substantiated all results of testing procedures, utilizing LIS for efficient entry and retrieval of data facility-wide.

Authored and submitted detailed analytical reports concerning infectious disease to the New York City and New York State Departments of Health, assuring their timeliness and accuracy in order to reduce risk to the general populace.

Served as informational resource in responding to the inquiries and support requests of physicians and allied medical professionals. Assisted in facilitating audits conducted by CAP and New York State, with efforts contributing to consistently favorable audit results.

9/14- 3/18 New York Presbyterian Hospital of Cornell and Colombia, NYC, NY

Microbiology Technologist II

• Served as informational resource in responding to the inquiries and support requests of physicians and allied medical professionals. Assisted in facilitating audits conducted by CAP and New York State, with efforts contributing to consistently favorable audit results.

• Executed all responsibilities in compliance with established policies, guidelines, and regulations, including OSHA health/safety mandates and HIPAA patient confidentiality legislation.

• Received and logged samples of blood, urine, and other bodily exudates (sputum, pus, vaginal secretions, fungi, and stool). Determined physical and chemical parameters of testing procedures in order to set up laboratory equipment, establish controls, and coordinate testing with other microbiologists.

• Isolated and prepared cultures of bacteria and other microorganisms in inhibitory media. Controlled factors such as moisture, aeration, and temperature. Performed diversified hematological, chemical, serological, and bacteriological tests of samples to determine their positivity or negativity in accordance with specific criteria and provide data for use in the research, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.

• Identified microorganisms, including local infections and staph infections not limited to strep, pneumonia, HIV/AIDS, and other STD's, through microscopic examination of morphological, physiological, biochemical and cultural characteristics.

• Conducted gene-probing analysis to identify main strands of DNA. Performed E-test and other diffusion tests to determine susceptibility of patients to specific antibiotics.

• Recommended and implemented corrective procedures effective in improving the accuracy/quality of laboratory testing processes.

• Calibrated, utilized, and maintained instrumentation so as to ensure its optimum functioning.

• Observed and substantiated all results of testing procedures, utilizing the MYSIS computerized information system for efficient entry and retrieval of data facility-wide.

• Authored and submitted detailed analytical reports concerning infectious disease to the New York City and New York State Departments of Health, assuring their timeliness and accuracy in order to reduce risk to the general populace.

11/08-7/14 Laboratory Corporation of America, Raritan, New Jersey

Microbiology Technologist

•Read cultures and reported them accurately to the ordering physicians. Culture reading required an individual to be organized, have an eye for detail, and know correct procedure for microorganism isolation and recognized result are accurate.

•Extensive troubleshooting of instruments.

•Maintained daily quality control and kept good maintenance practices.

•Worked with the large volume of specimens and handled multiple tasks simultaneously with a high level or accuracy.

7/06-11/08 Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, New York, NY

Microbiologist, Level II

•Worked in various area of main bacteriology including blood culture, urine culture and miscellaneous benches dealing with different specimens like wounds sputum and fluid cultures.

•Trained in advanced machines used for the identification and susceptibility of microorganism.

•Responsible for timely and accurate reporting of results to physicians and clients through a new automated special computerized system.

Computer Skills:

• Microsoft Office, Windows XP, Excel, Power point, Internet, e-mail

• Fluent in English, Urdu, Arab and Hindi (read, write, and speak all languages fluently)

References: Available upon request.



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