[Histonet] EM Specialist/ Technologist Position in Columbus, Ohio
RizoC <@t> chi.osu.edu
Wed Jun 8 15:20:32 CDT 2005
My name is Christian M. Rizo. I am the Manager of the Anatomic Pathology
Lab at Children's Hospital in Columbus Ohio.
The reason for this e-mail is that I wanted to inform you that we have
an opening for an EM Technologist at our institution.
There is a first shift (8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.) Electron Microscopy
Technologist position in the Anatomic Pathology Laboratory that is
immediately available. The position is a full-time position, working
Monday through Friday. Applicants must be a B.S. degree. Preference is
given to candidates with some electron microscopy experience or M.S.
This position is responsible for varied laboratory procedures, including
specimen processing, electron microtomy, immunogold labeling and
utilization of electron microscope. Duties may change depending on
Applicants should have moderate computer skills. Good customer
relations, teamwork, dependability and communication are a must for
Children's Hospital Columbus
Founded by a determined group of women in 1892, Children's Hospital
began as a local charity to serve a dozen very ill children. Throughout
the following century, this tiny community-funded mission matured into a
health care system that today spans the Midwest as one of its preferred
providers of pediatric health care. Columbus Children's today is ranked
as one of the nation's ten largest children's hospitals and pediatric
Our hospital campus has nearly 700,000 patient visits every year.
Located just minutes from downtown Columbus, Children's Hospital is one
of the nation's most progressive and sophisticated health care
institutions. Specialty areas include
* Heart transplant/cardiac care
* Bone Marrow Transplant
Children's is also the region's only pediatric Level 1 Trauma Center.
With over 1.5-million square feet of interior space, the campus at
Children's Hospital is vast.
* The main hospital is home to the emergency department (one of
the busiest pediatric emergency departments in the nation), surgery
suites, interventional radiology and all inpatient units.
* In August 2005, a new clinical expansion will be established
which includes 14 additional state-of-the-art operating suites (which
include intra-operative MRI and robotic technologies), new space for the
Children's Heart Center to include catheterization laboratories and an
additional 28-bed neonatal intensive care unit as well as integrated
clinical laboratory services
Thank you for your time. Please forward the e-mail to personnel who you
think will benefit from it.
Christian M. Rizo MBA, HTL (ASCP)
Manager, Anatomic Pathology
700 Childrens Drive
Columbus, Ohio 43205
RizoC <@t> chi.osu.edu
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