[Histonet] Looking for Florida histotechs--or people who are
interested in Florida relocation: we help with the license.
tkngflght <@t> yahoo.com
Tue Aug 1 21:40:34 CDT 2006
Florida's registry process has created a major shortage of qualified techs in the state. We have a number of Florida permanent and temp opportunities. The permanent labs will consider transitional job situations to allow you to work while your license is processed. We also have a number of temp situations for a great pay scale for techs registered to work in the state. Travel isn't for everyone, but these are good labs and a great way to start.
Either way, we'll help you through the process to get you through it as quickly as possible. If you're even curious, give us a call. Of course we have a number of other opportunities including sales and management all over the country. We won't work with every lab--those we place find themselves in jobs that fit--where they are happy to go to work. We're here to help and no fee to you.
Tiffany is in the office and I'm traveling as a temp for a couple of weeks--as always, referral bonuses are available--share us with your friends!
or this number follows me around: 800.756.3309 (it will ring a long time to find me--please be patient and leave your phone number!)
We return all calls.
Cheryl Kerry, HT(ASCP)
Full Staff Inc.
Staffing the AP Lab by helping one Tech at a time.
admin <@t> fullstaff.org
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