[Histonet] IHC Supervisor Nights Dallas

Pat Patterson Pat.Patterson <@t> propath.com
Tue Apr 1 13:09:14 CDT 2014


ProPath, a progressive, CAP accredited, high-volume pathology practice in Dallas, Texas is seeking an experienced Immunohistochemistry Supervisor to oversee the operations of our night shift.  Responsibilities include slide preparation (paraffin and frozen sections), IHC staining using our unique manual system, In Situ Hybridization procedures, antibody titer preparation, workflow management, equipment maintenance, QC/QA recording,  employee assignments. Our desired candidate needs to have strong management abilities; organizational and training skills; a minimum of 5 years of experience in histology, 3 years of IHC experience and with at least three years of supervisory experience; as well as excellent written and oral communication skills.  In addition, experience with Microsoft Office and database management is required.   We also require (ASCP) HT or HTL certification, IHC certification is encouraged.  Minimum of Associates degree required.

The hours for the position are 7:00 p.m. to 3:30 a.m. Monday through Friday.

ProPath utilizes leading technology and is a quality oriented pathology practice.  Competitive salary with a sign-on bonus and relocation assistance offered.  Our benefits include vacation, group medical/dental, and disability insurance, as well as a matched 401(k) plan and more.

Don't Follow the Leader!  Join the Leader!

To apply, please visit www.propath.com


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Pat Patterson, HTL(ASCP)
Manager, Immunohistochemistry
ProPath - The Leader in Pathology Services
1355 River Bend Drive
Dallas, TX 75247

214-237-1700 x 2027
214-237-1730 fax

To learn more about ProPath, please visit http://www.ProPath.com

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