AON is an alliance of physicians and veteran healthcare leaders dedicated to ensuring the long-term success and viability of oncology diagnosis and treatment in community-based settings. It is the fastest growing national network of community oncology practices delivering local access to exceptional cancer care.
Launched in 2018, AON’s network has expanded in two years to include more than 140 providers in 15 states. AON serves its expanding network of partner practices by providing over 36 years of proven practice management expertise. Our employees across the country work together to empower physicians to make cancer care better. By driving integrated, collaborative care, we are proudly helping community oncologists deliver the highest quality care to every patient.
Cancer touches everyone. Being able to make a difference in the lives of those fighting this disease is something our employees at AON cherish and never take for granted. A career in oncology offers all sorts of rewards. But working at AON offers employees more than most.
At AON, we offer you more than a job, we offer you a career. As a network of independent oncology practices working together as one, we host annual summits each year, providing our employees a chance to collaborate with AON peers from across the country. Promoting from within is a priority at AON, and we support our team members continued growth through professional development programs and tuition assistance
AON is searching for a Director of Cytogenetics Laboratory to join the team!
The Director of the Cytogenetics Laboratory is responsible for ensuring that specimens for chromosome analysis and fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) studies are processed efficiently and accurately from accessioning to sign out. This includes oversight of test ordering practices, specimen handling, QA/QC programs, and preparation of final report. Communicates with staff physicians and other staff members regarding patient specimen.
Degree in Biological Science, including Human Genetics, Biochemistry, or Clinical Laboratory Science from an accredited institution, and four years of training or experience, or both, in genetics, two of which have been in clinical cytogenetics. Have certification by the American Board of Medical Genetics in Clinical Cytogenetics.