Position Summary:

The ideal candidate would be an Anatomic Pathology/Clinical Pathology (AP/CP) board certified Pathologist with at least 1 year of clinical diagnostic experience.  Senior pathologists looking for a change of pace from the rigors of diagnostic medicine are welcome to apply.

 

The Staff Pathologist would join a second full-time Pathologist/Medical Director and jointly coordinate responsibilities in support of a world-class tissue biorepository with an affiliated histopathology CLIA laboratory.  The laboratory is a fertile site for IVD development activities, including Companion Diagnostics, with a heavy emphasis on IHC assay optimization and validation, along with a burgeoning molecular / NGS and digital pathology footprint. The position requires no frozen section coverage, postmortem examination, or evening call responsibility.

 

Essential functions of the job include but are not limited to:

  • Histopathologic classification and quality assessment of diverse FFPE sample types
  • Immunohistochemistry development and validation oversight
  • Collaborate with local and senior leadership to achieve planned Objectives & Key Results.
  • Facilitate Client development and retainment while serving as Subject Matter Expert (SME) and brand ambassador
  • Cooperate through professional engagement with affiliated laboratory sites within the network
  • Provide mature leadership and mentorship for house staff

 

Qualifications:

 

Minimum Required:

  • MD or equivocal with board certification in Anatomic Pathology 
  • 1+ years of experience in diagnostic histopathology

 

Other Required:

  • Excellent managerial, organizational, reporting and communication skills
  • Subspecialty training and/or expertise in cancer biology, genomics or clinical trials
  • Strong history of achievement demonstrated by leadership activities, publications, presentations or other activities
  • Collaboration skills and the ability to effectively communicate (written and oral) with internal and external team members on project activities
  • Demonstrated history of cross-functional leadership and/or participation in cross-functional teams
  • Ability to work well under pressure while maintaining a professional demeanor
  • Ability to self-organize and operate effectively without day-to-day oversight, while staying tightly connected to key leaders and teams across the collaborations
  • Commitment to reflect Precision for Medicine’s values
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Participate in cost reduction and improvement programs
  • Comply with all State, Federal, professional regulations as well as company and departmental rules, polices, and procedural manuals
  • Adherence to CAP, CLIA, ISO, State Regulations, HIPAA, Safety and OSHA Regulations.
  • Performs other duties as assigned
  • Must be able to read, write, speak fluently, and comprehend the English language

 

 

 

Preferred:

  • Experience working in a regulated clinical laboratory environment (CLIA/CAP/NYSDOH/QSR)
  • Subspecialty boards/expertise in one or more AP areas. 

 

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