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Branch Manager

East Side Clinical Laboratory, a leader in the medical laboratory industry, is seeking a Branch Manager to become a part of their exciting, growing team!  Our main facility is in East Providence, RI and we have more than 60 locations throughout Rhode Island and parts of Massachusetts.


The Branch Manager would be responsible for supervising and evaluating all Branch Supervisors, as well as all of the branch phlebotomists.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Overseeing the assigned branch locations including, but not limited to payroll, staffing needs, employee competencies and annual reviews, monitoring the daily operations of the branches.  
  • Reviewing monthly error reports of employees, develops corrective action plans for improvement when needed, and directly or indirectly implement those plans. 
  • Reviewing work schedules prepared by assigned Branch Supervisors as needed.  
  • Visiting branch locations on a regular basis and work at branch locations as required to assure that sites are operational.  
  • Participating in the development of new collection procedures and techniques for laboratory specimens and coordinate with Phlebotomy education facilities to develop, revise, and ensure the uniformity of all policies and procedures to be taught and implemented at all Branch locations.  
  • Evaluating collection equipment, techniques and work flow patterns and prepares reports outlining appropriate recommendations.
  • Recommending and making changes to minimize Blood Borne Pathogen exposure to employees and patients.
  • Instructing participants in specific areas utilizing uniform training techniques, and would also coordinate internship programs with Phlebotomy Schools, including maintaining records of training activities and student's progress. 

This position would report to the Lab Director and President.



Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

40 hours / Full Time / Salaried Exempt Position 


Must have prior Supervisor experience, have supervised at least 5 employees, and have had the Supervisor experience for at least 1 year.

Phlebotomy Experience / Certifications a plus

Must have High School Diploma / GED 


We believe in affording our team with the same level of service that we strive to deliver to our patients. We are committed to providing extensive training and educational support that allows our team members to achieve the very highest levels of professionalism and open the door to increased opportunities for future career growth.
We offer Medical, Dental and Vision plans, as well as paid Holidays, Vacation/Sick time, Life and AD&D Insurance, Long Term Disability Insurance, 401K with match, Employee Discounts, Leadership/Management Training Series, opportunities for Team Building, and Wellness Programs.

We are more than just an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer.  We enthusiastically celebrate the powerful and profound diversity of our team.


“All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status.  East Side Clinical Laboratories takes affirmative action in support of its policy to advance in employment individuals who are minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.”


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