[Histonet] HT/HTL Job Opportunities Nationwide

Larry Woody slappycraw <@t> yahoo.com
Fri Aug 3 11:49:45 CDT 2007

With the shortage of good techs out there, and if you've ever had to hire anyone, every little bit helps. You never know where you might find the next great addition to your team.

LuAnn Anderson <ander093 <@t> tc.umn.edu> wrote:  Personally, I like knowing what is available out there so I don't 
mind those posts. You can merely delete if you don't want to read them.

At 09:56 AM 8/3/2007, you wrote:
>Okay, I am new here, and not completely familiar with the customs of
>this listserve. I can only speak for myself. I didn't sign up for
>this listserve to receive emails such as this. I am here to read
>about the experiences of others, to share what tiny bit of
>histological knowledge I have, and to ask those with considerably
>more expertise to share theirs.
>I don't want to belabor this, but I would be in favor of not having
>recruiters come on this listserve and spam us.
>On Aug 3, 2007, at 10:37 AM, Robert Garhart wrote:
>>I am a recruiter with many clients in search of HT/HTL for their labs.
>>Feel free to call or email to further discuss these potential
>>if you are open to change and located in or near one of the following
>>Greater Philadelphia
>>Greater NYC
>>Greater Boston
>>Greater Dallas
>>North and South Florida
>>Robert Garhart
>>Executive Recruiter
>>System 1 Search
>>678-342-9029 Office
>>rgarhart <@t> system1.net
>>Website: www.system1.net
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