[Histonet] Open Graveyard Histotech Position in Spokane, WA
mgiorgi <@t> icplab.com
Wed Jan 23 17:25:09 CST 2013
Please see below the current job posting for a Histotechnologist position at InCyte Pathology in Spokane, WA. Only interested candidates should reply. Please do not respond if you are from a recruitment service. Thank you!
Histology Analyst, Graveyard Shift (M-F)
InCyte Pathology is a full-service, pathologist-owned anatomic pathology laboratory. Our one-hundred employees and twenty-one board-certified pathologists provide exceptional laboratory services to hospitals and physician offices throughout the Pacific Northwest, Montana, and Alaska from our state-of-the-art facility located in Spokane Valley, Washington. We are just a short drive from five major ski resorts, several beautiful lakes, and a variety of outdoor activities.
Qualifications: HT certified or HTL registry eligible, and two years of laboratory experience. This position performs all routine procedures in orienting, sectioning, and staining tissue specimens to produce slides which will aide pathologists in diagnosis. Preference will be given to those candidates who are IHC qualified and have proven leadership qualities.
We offer competitive salaries and an outstanding benefits package including medical, dental, life and disability insurance, 401(k), and a liberal paid time off program. Relocation assistance is available.
Please email your cover letter and resume to humanresources <@t> incytepathology.com<mailto:humanresources <@t> incytepathology.com>. Please reference where you saw this ad. No phone calls or solicitors!
Miranda Giorgi, HTL (ASCP)CM
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