Medical Laboratory Technician/MT

by Dorothy

How do you set a form for this.


Thanks for the question. The first thing to do is download the Sample Job Analysis Form from the website. (Fill in the form at the bottom of the page and you can get your copy.)

Using the format shown in the example, start to define the tasks that are most important for the position. Not just the functions but also the critical high value tasks that must be performed in this position.

Next prioritize these tasks and include them in the job analysis. Be sure there is a way to measure performance for these tasks and include that in the analysis.

Information for this can be found either through past job performance appraisals or from the people who currently or in the past performed the job.

Also, similar to any lab technician job, it also depends on the end product being produced. Some labs like R&D labs require meticulous note taking and observations. Others still are looking a quality assurance so proper sampling methods must be followed. Documentation of results is a must. If it is a production lab where tests are conducted for reporting back to hospitals and doctors, then productivity is measured in output per hour.

These are all different types of labs, each having different needs.

I hope this helps you in your quest for a Medical Laboratory Technician/MT job analysis.

Let us know what you come up with and send your draft along. I'll be happy to give you some suggestions.

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Oct 07, 2011
Medical Laboratory Technician Courses Ontario
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