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PRECISION DIAGNOSTICS Entry Level - Specimen Technician in Bemidji, Minnesota

Specimen Technician

Bemidji, MN

Part-Time / No Benefits

Schedule: Flexibility required. The technician will work a randomized testing schedule based on clinic needs.

Pay: $16.00 an hr.

Requirement: Male technician required for observed collections.

Job Description:

The Field Operations Technician role is a key component within the Precision Diagnostics organization. This role is pivotal to establishing and maintaining clinic profitability and adherence to laboratory compliance regulations. This is accomplished by:

Caring. Ya gotta care. Care about yourself, your work ethic, your integrity and your professional presentation as it relates to appearance, demeanor and communication. If this sounds like you or the version of yourself you’re striving towards, Precision might be the place for you.

We are currently sourcing for candidates to be a part of one of the largest and fastest growing clinical laboratories in the medication adherence monitoring industry. This role is an entry level position, but one with rapid advancement opportunity.

Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Collecting patient urine and/or oral fluid (saliva) specimens

  • Accurately processing and packaging these urine and/or oral fluid specimens for shipping

  • Record and transfer patient information, physician order details, and pertinent laboratory information into our electronic system

  • Obtain financial information related to 3rd party reimbursements

  • Obtain prior authorizations for urine drug tests based on payor specifications

  • Order and maintain inventory of applicable supplies

  • Be present, punctual and available at all scheduled work times

  • Perform direct observations during specimen collection, if applicable


  • Enjoy interacting with clinic staff, patients and field & headquarter based co-workers from all backgrounds

  • Basic Computer skills-working knowledge of Office 365, general typing abilities and attention to detail for data entry

  • Excellent communication skills, written and oral, with clinic staff, patients, field managers and home office.

Professional requirements:

  • Work within Precision compliance directives - including Federal/State regulatory laws, HIPAA, and OSHA

  • Valid driver’s license and car insurance

  • Reliable transportation

  • Maintain a professional appearance

  • Complete all required training during onboarding and ongoing active employment

  • Job offer is contingent upon the satisfactory clearance of a background check.

Either urine or you’re out! We would love to hear from you!