[Histonet] Histology Technologist job opening in Vancouver,
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Fri Dec 16 01:36:17 CST 2005
Wax-it Histology Services Inc.
Wax-it Histology Services is a fast growing Vancouver based contract research organization that is providing histology related solutions to academic institutes, hospitals, biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. We are specialized in both animal and plant tissue related solutions.
Wax-it Histology Services has an opening for a histotechnologist to assist in day-to-day operations of the lab.
The successful incumbent will perform routine histology methods such as grossing tissue, processing, sectioning, cryo processing and sectioning, immunohistochemistry and special histological stains. The position also involves the evaluation and development of new technologies and includes routine QC testing. Emphasis will be placed on the maintenance of neat, accurate and precise documentation of all work performed. Other research and general lab duties will be performed as required.
The successful candidate will have at least a BSc and 2-4 years relevant work experience, with basic knowledge of standard laboratory procedures including lab safety. They should have strong organizational, multi-tasking and time management abilities. Further to that the candidate will have good problem solving skills and posses well-developed communication skills. The candidate must also be competent and self motivated and be able to integrate into a fast growing and dynamic company with the ability to work independently or collaboratively in a team environment.
Your resume must clearly demonstrate that you meet all of the above qualifications and preferences.
We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those candidates short-listed will be contacted for an interview.
How to Apply:
Please send your resume, cover letter and three referees with salary expectations to Mr. Kenneth To
Address: Wax-it Histology Services
310-2386 East Mall
Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z3
E-mail: kto <@t> waxitinc.com
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