[Histonet] Histology Supervisor Position at UC San Diego Health
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Fri Sep 30 11:31:52 CDT 2016
Happy Friday Listers,
We have an opening for a Histology supervisor. This person will supervise
a staff of 13 (and growing) in Histology, IHC and EM.
We would like:
1. At east 3 years of experience as a supervisor in a high volume academic
2. HT/HTL certified
3. Experience with all aspects of histology, IHC and EM. EM is preferred
but not mandatory.
4. Experience with LIS and tracking systems helpful.
*Please go to ucsd.jobs.edu <http://ucsd.jobs.edu> and look for #JMC83529
A little information about us:
Anatomic Pathology is growing rapidly. We will be moving into a new
hospital (Jacobs Medical Center) soon. That will add another 11 ORs,
making a total of 21. When the new Outpatient Pavilion opens there will be
We have about 40 staff, 20 pathologists and at least 16 residents. We will
be hiring more staff as the volume increases.
Histology has 3 VIP6, 1 VIP5, and 1 Peloris for processing. H&E and
special stains (Ventana Special Stainer) are automated as is
coverslipping. IHC has 3 Ventana Ultras. EM is getting a new microscope -
an FEI Tecnai Spirit G2, and a new ultramicrotome.
We perform routine histology, IF, muscle enzyme histochemistry, IHC
(currently offering over 150 antibodies - with more on the horizon), and
Of course San Diego is the best city in the USA. Currently it is about 75
degrees and sunny.
Please apply online. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Paula Sicurello, HTL (ASCP)CM
UC San Diego Health
200 Arbor Drive
San Diego, CA 92103
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