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Histology Technician
Advanced Pathology Solutions - Colorado Springs/Pueblo

Job Description
The team member will display strong organization, attention to detail, and communication skills to ensure an effective lab environment. The team member will maintain a competent working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Google Docs and internal laboratory systems.

Attire: Scrubs

•    Gross and prepare tissue for routine microscopic analysis.
•    Embedding & microtomy
•    Slide staining & coverslipping
•    Demonstrate knowledge of quality safety and compliance programs.
•    Trouble shoot laboratory challenges: processor issues, stain optimization, microtome adjustments, coverslipper maintenance.
•    Supply inventory

•    Possess a wide range of knowledge in grossing and histology laboratory techniques.
•    Detail-oriented with the ability to file slides or cassettes appropriately.
•    Good problem-solving and analytical skills.
•    Excellent knowledge of microtomy and embedding techniques.
•    Excellent communication skills (verbal and written).
•    Ability to work as a team member and possess a positive attitude, even in high stress situations.
•    Focused and well-organized with attention to detail.
•    Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
•    Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.

Additional Requirements:
•    Abide by all HIPAA, CLIA, and OSHA guidelines and laws.
•    Keep annual training such as HIPAA and Bloodborne certificates up to date.
•    Keep licensing up to date (if applicable)
•    Maintain routine maintenance of laboratory equipment and document appropriately.
•    Follow proper procedure for disposal of laboratory waste.

Clinical education in a Histology Technician School (HT) program accredited by NAACLS or 1 year experience preferred.
Associates in a Laboratory Science or Bachelor of Science with minimal 24 combined chemistry and biology credits, per CLIA Guidelines §493.1489 for high complexity testing personnel required. College transcript verification is required.

1 year experience in a histology laboratory performing embedding and microtomy.

HT(ASCP), HTL(ASCP) or eligible preferred.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $28.00 - $33.00 per hour

Medical specialties:
•    Pathology

•    8 hour shift

•    Bachelor's (Preferred)

•    Histology: 1 year (Required)

To apply, please send resume to: Gina Allred,

Posted 2/24/23

Histology Lab Manager
Dermatology, Rapid City Med. Ctr., Rapid City, SD

At Rapid City Medical Center, we’re seeking a Histology Lab Manager to join our team. This position is a Bench Support Position with management oversight of laboratory staff.

Competitive compensation packages to include health, dental, 401K with employer contribution and profit sharing, life insurance, short term disability, long term disability, paid time off, extended illness, and AFLAC.

• Direct daily supervision of the activities of lab staff
• Technical troubleshooting of equipment
• Embedding, microtomy, gross tissue dissection, processing, and staining
• Routine and special staining
• Function as a liaison between histology lab and staff members
• Promote efficient workflow
• Fast turnaround times and improvements in the overall quality assurance throughout the histology lab
• Monitor and update as needed all policy and procedure manuals for the department
• Monitor compliance with all procedural, safety and personnel policies established by the company and other regulatory agencies
• Maintain professional growth and assist in quality improvement initiatives by keeping abreast with new technologies
• Oversee department inventory of supplies—and invoices.

• ASCP HT Certification
• Qualified under CLIA 88 regulations to perform tissue gross dissection **
• Minimum two years Histology Laboratory experience, preferably in Dermatology Setting
• Excellent communication skills-including verbal, written and computer skills
• Excellent interpersonal skills
• Gross dissection skills-will train

** Minimum requirements are 60 semester hours or equivalent from an accredited institution that, at a minimum, incudes either 24 semester hours of medical laboratory technology courses, OR 24 semester hours of science courses that include six semester hours of chemistry, six semester hours of biology, and 12 semester hours of chemistry, biology, or medical laboratory technology in any combination; AND at least three months of documented laboratory training.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or veteran status.

To apply, please send your resume to: Keith A. Troili,

Posted 2/22/23

Senior Histotechnician - Centennial Pathologists, Centennial, CO

Position Available: Senior Histotechnician

Job status:      Full time (M-F)


Responsible for the preparation of all surgical pathology specimens for microscopic examination by the pathologist at a newly built specialized GI anatomic pathology laboratory under minimal supervision.  This knowledge includes routine histology, special staining techniques, immunohistochemistry, maintain all quality control, maintain all maintenance records required in the laboratory, and troubleshoot day to day bench related problems.  Salary is competitive and benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and life insurance are currently offered for full-time employees.  A 401k plan along with a matching component is also offered and available after 6 months.  This is a full-time position working weekdays (M-F).  No nights, weekends, or holidays.


-Working knowledge of all Histology procedures (embedding, microtomy, tissue processing, fixation,
decalcification, routine H&E, special stains, and Immunohistochemistry staining).
-Solid understanding of operating and maintenance to all equipment in the Histology Laboratory.
-Following all quality and regulatory standards required in performing tasks.
-Hazardous Waste Regulations and disposal.
-Contribute to the overall lab safety.
-Ability to work independently.
-Ability to consistently provide accurate work and to pay close attention to detail.
-Demonstrate initiative, dependability, cooperation and diplomacy in all situations in order to maintain a high standard of customer service to the patient.


-Minimum five (5) years of experience as a histotechnologist.
-Prior experience in writing laboratory SOP’s.
-Prior experience operating the following instrumentation:
     • Leica H&E slide stainer and Thermo IHC stainer


-Ability to tolerate sustained exposure to common laboratory environment (facemasks, goggles/eyewear,   gloves, etc.).
-Chemical handling including but not limited to alcohol, xylene, formalin, etc.
-Ability to meet deadlines impacting laboratory turnaround time and managing multiple complex issues.


-Requires a full range of body motion, including manual dexterity and hand-eye coordination.
-Ability to identify slight color differentiation in tissue specimens.
-Moderate physical activity - walking, standing, or sitting in one place for prolonged periods of time.


     1.Successful completion of a NAACLS accredited Histotechnician (HT) or Histotechnologist (HTL) program

          • Training and documented proficiency in Histology (NACCLS program or OJT).
          • Attends continuing education activities and / or certification to maintain current knowledge and skills.


     2. At least 60 semester hours of academic credit from a regionally accredited college/university, with a combination of 24semester hours of science courses or 24 semester hours of medical technology courses),


         • one year full time acceptable experience in a histopathology (clinical, veterinary, industry or research) laboratory


     • Eligible for certification through the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP)

Please submit resumes to:

Posted 1/18/23

IHC Technician/Histotechnician I/II/III - Lanterne Dx, Boulder, CO

Job description: A Lanterne Dx IHC Technician/Histotechnician is responsible for performing all necessary IHC, immunofluorescence (IF), in situ hybridization (ISH), and histology procedures related to projects including but not limited to grossing, trimming, processing, embedding, sectioning, and staining of non-human and human samples. The IHC Technician/Histotechnician will also perform various tasks required for receiving, processing, preparing, and analyzing patient tissue specimens in accordance with relevant Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and regulatory requirements. The IHC Technician/ Histotechnician must demonstrate the ability to work independently.

Job duties
•    Use automated equipment and instruments including microscopes, tissue processors, embedding centers, microtomes, stainers, autostainers, and other laboratory equipment.
•    Performs fixation, tissue dehydration, tissue embedding (OCT, FFPE), sectioning, and slide staining (H&E, special stains).
•    Performs routine and non-routine activities involved in the staining of IHC, IF, and ISH slides for microscopic evaluation by pathologist(s), according to policies and procedures, including confirmation, optimization, and validation of IHC antibodies.
•    Prepares solutions, stains, and reagents in accordance with standard operating procedures (SOPS).
•    Ensure proper functioning, maintenance, and cleanliness of all laboratory equipment and work areas, including proper documentation
•    Performs and monitors inventory of supplies, equipment, and reagents used, and places orders for replacements as required
•    Shows ability to handle unexpected situations and can exercise independent thought and action.
•    Maintain accurate documentation, including computerized documentation, in accordance with established policies, procedures, and regulations.
•    Follow, review, and author standard operating procedures (SOPS), as applicable.
•    Ensure all materials and reagents are stored at appropriate conditions and are not expired
•    Accepts accountability and responsibility for actions and own behavior.
•    Continually look for new and more efficient ways of performing tasks to improve the capabilities and capacity of the histology lab.
•    Organizes work for effective utilization of time.
•    Other duties, as assigned by manager.

•    Associates degree with a minimum of zero to two (0-2) years’ experience (Histotechnician I), up to (5) years’ experience (Histotechnician II), up to ten (10) years’ experience (Histotechnician III), or 10+ years’ experience (Lead/Sr. Histotechnician)
•    Registered Histotechnologist (ASCP, HTL) or Histotechnician (ASCP, HT). Qualification in Immunohistochemistry (QIHC, ASCP) preferred
•    2 years of immunohistochemistry experience. 1 year of histology experience preferred.
•    Spatial ability to perceive three-dimensional and geometric relationships when cutting paraffin blocks and making embedding molds.
•    Finger dexterity to manipulate the micro-thin tissue sections and to mount onto microscope slides
•    Color discrimination to verify diagnostic quality of staining processes in order that essential features of tissue sections can be properly defined.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
•    Commitment to Lanterne Dx Vision and Values
•    Effective verbal and written communication skills.
•    Experience in writing laboratory SOPs and other QMS documentation.
•    Proficient with Microsoft Office and other basic productivity applications.
•    Ability to organize and manage multiple priorities.
•    Ability to work well in a team environment and cross departmentally.

Company Benefits:
•    Health
•    Dental
•    Vision
•    Short-Term Disability
•    Generous PTO/Sick Leave
•    8 Company-paid holidays/personal day
•    Paid-time off for bereavement, jury duty, voting
•    401k with limited company match

Work Environment & Physical Demands: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. The employee may occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds (lifting boxes, files, etc.). Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color differentiation, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to stand, walk, talk, and hear.

Compensation: $54,000-$75,000 per year ($26-36 per hour)

To Apply: Send your Resume and why you are interested in joining our team to 

Posted 1/13/23