[Histonet] Histotech Position
BJohnson <@t> pbmlabs.com
Mon May 6 08:45:11 CDT 2013
PBM Labs, LLP is seeking a Histology Technician or Histology Technologist to work nights. The shift can either be 1:00am - 9:30am or 2:00am - 10:30am, depending on the candidate's preference.
The ideal candidate will possess a high school diploma or equivalent, with a demonstrated ability to perform tasks with a high degree of accuracy/quality. At least one year of previous Histology Tech experience and National HT (ASCP) certification preferred.
Duties will include, but are not limited to:
· Perform assigned pre and post analytical activities related to anatomic pathology tests assigned including specimen collection and processing, Quality Control, equipment maintenance, inventory control, Quality Assurance and proficiency testing procedures
· Perform analytical activities related to specimen processing, embedding, cutting, routine and special histologic staining, frozen sectioning, coverslipping, and handling of irreplaceable tissue, surgical, and body fluid specimens
Interested candidates should contact Human Resources at 972-966-7807. NO RECRUITERS OR AGENCIES, PLEASE. PBM Labs is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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