Stanford Health Care, with multiple facilities throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, is internationally renowned for leading edge and coordinated care in cancer care, neurosciences, cardiovascular medicine, surgery, organ transplant, medicine specialties, and primary care. Throughout its history, Stanford has been at the forefront of discovery and innovation, as researchers and clinicians work together to improve health, alleviate suffering, and translate medical breakthroughs into better ways to deliver patient care. Stanford Health Care: Healing humanity through science and compassion, one patient at a time. At Stanford Health Care, your career is supported within a distinctive hospital culture. This environment compliments the pioneering, collaborative atmosphere that has earned us our worldwide reputation for excellence. South Bay Cancer Center: The Stanford Cancer Center is expanding its facilities to partner with the community and to support the growing need for specialized outpatient cancer care in the South Bay. Coordinated cancer care, including diagnostic, treatment and support services, will be available under one roof at the four-story, 70,000-square-foot building. The Stanford South Bay Cancer Center will be located in the heart of Silicon Valley off of Los Gatos Boulevard in San Jose, 21 miles from the main Stanford campus. Personalized, coordinated cancer care will be delivered by Stanford and University Healthcare Alliance (UHA) physicians. UHA is a physician network and medical foundation partnered with Stanford Health Care. Every day, patients facing the challenge of fighting cancer come to the Stanford Cancer Center for help, hope, and healing. Recognized for advanced clinical care, scientific research and technology breakthroughs, we are focused on finding new and better ways to fight cancer. As a National Cancer Institute designated cancer center and one of the best hospitals in America for cancer treatment according to U.S. News & World Report, the Stanford Cancer Center is at the forefront of high quality patient care. The facility is scheduled to open for patient care in summer 2015. Chemistry/Coagulation/Hematology Labs: The Clinical Laboratories and Pathology Services provide diagnostic information used in the treatment of patients at Stanford University Medical Center (Stanford Hospital & Clinics and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital), as well as health care organizations around the world. The laboratory’s primary focus is the in-patient & clinic population of Stanford Hospital & Clinics and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital as well as providing testing 24/7 for all our clients. The laboratory at the Hillview Office features a full range of technologically advanced Esoteric Testing. Esoteric Laboratory Directors are Board-Certified in their specialties. Our faculty members of the Pathology Department of Stanford University Medical School, many have joint appointments in Pediatrics, and/or Adult Medicine, which allows collaboration with clinical geneticists, oncologist, and other specialties. The laboratory areas are: Microbiology & Virology, Transfusion Services, Laboratory Finance & Business Operations, Pre-Analytical , Chemistry/Special Chemistry, Anatomic Pathology, Point of Care Testing, Quality/Compliance, and Informatics, Integration and Education. For more information please refer to www.stanfordlabs.com. Opportunity - Lab Supervisor: The supervisor will be responsible for overseeing analytical testing, phlebotomy, and bone marrow assisting services. This positin will supervise the work of laboratory personnel engaged in performing routine and specialized technical procedures, including planning laboratory work, evaluating work performed and handling procedural and technical laboratory problems. The Supervisor must have strong skills in initial validations of all instruments, have strong people skills and must be able to travel for initial training. Must also be knowledgeable in CAP and CLIA requirements for initial and follow up inspections and have some knowledge of pathology specimen processing. The Supervisor must have a Bachelor's degree and two (2) years of progressively responsible and directly related work experience and 1 year of supervisory experience. Final candidate must have a current California CLS license at the time of hire. About the Stanford Cancer Center Every day, patients facing the challenge of fighting cancer come to the Stanford Cancer Center for help, hope, and healing. Recognized for advanced clinical care, scientific research and technology breakthroughs, we are focused on finding new and better ways to fight cancer. As a National Cancer Institute designated cancer center and one of the best hospitals in America for cancer treatment according to U.S. News & World Report, the Stanford Cancer Center is at the forefront of high quality patient care.