GENETWORx Laboratory was formed in 2013, with the central focus of positively impacting the lives of people. Now, GENETWORx is dedicating our focus to fighting back against COVID-19. GENETWORx provides governments, employers, healthcare professionals, long term care facilities, universities and others with 99% accurate COVID-19 diagnostic and anti-body tests and sequential testing software in order to re-open America and ensure safe, confident workforces, campuses, communities and more.
Given demand for the GENETWORx COVID-19 tests, you have the unique opportunity to join a growing team providing the gold standard in testing and customer service. We are dedicated to delivering high quality care and are invested in hiring experienced, dedicated professionals who will grow alongside GENETWORx.
GENETWORx is CAP accredited and CLIA-certified laboratory, and is owned by Recovery Centers of America. Achieving the CAP accreditation combined with the CLIA certification demonstrates GENETWORx’s unwavering commitment to patient care. GENETWORx is working within the emergency use authorization guidelines from the United States Food and Drug Administration ("FDA") to specifically conduct COVID-19 testing.
Chief Information Officer: The Chief Information Officer (CIO) will work with senior leadership to develop a company-wide technological framework and execute the IT strategy as well as establish metrics to evaluate its performance. The CIO will identify, design, implement, and integrate a revenue cycle management solution to support extremely high daily volume Lab production. The CIO is also responsible for the development and implementation of an IT security program to protect the confidentiality and integrity of our clients’ personal health information, while simultaneously ensuring the protection of the company’s IT assets.
Spearhead the development of the organization’s IT strategy, annual plan, and ensure alignment with the objectives of the company.
Develop and oversee the implementation of IT policies, standard operating procedures and best practices that ensure operational efficiency, accuracy, security, integrity and compliance with federal and state law.
Review the current LIMS system in order to ensure efficiency and effectiveness and make changes to the current processes where there is a need for it.
Review performance of IT systems to determine operating costs, productivity levels, and upgrade requirements while being responsible for the IT Services uptime and availability.
Develop and review IT budgets and ensure they comply with stated goals, guidelines, and objectives.
Create and lead awareness and enforcement of information security policies, procedures, measures, and mechanisms to ensure prevention, detection, containment, and correction of information security incidents.
Identify security vulnerabilities and eliminate issues with strategic solutions that increase data safety.
Hire, direct, and facilitate professional development opportunities for the IT staff by creating an environment of continuous growth and improvement within the team.
Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology, Computer Sciences, Information Systems, or related field required. Master’s Degree highly preferred.
10+ years working in IT operations with at least 5 in a molecular diagnostic lab setting.
5+ years experience managing or directing IT staff in the healthcare or diagnostic lab field.
Proven knowledge and mastery of databases and laboratory applications including LIMS, ELN, SDMS, etc..
Mastery of Laboratory processes and instrumentation and Laboratory software compliance requirements.
Proven experience in IT strategic planning and development, project management, IT budgeting and policy development.
Highly self-motivated and attentive to detail.
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to effectively communicate with teams across the entire organization.
Employment: Full-time in King of Prussia, PA