[Histonet] Relia Hot Histology Job Alert - 8-07- 2018 Exciting New Opportunities as the Summer Flies By!
relia1 at earthlink.net
Tue Aug 7 09:54:18 CDT 2018
How are you doing today? Is it me or is this Summer FLYING by?
I am sending this special alert out because I am ending the summer just like
I started it with some of the best job opportunities out there.
I am especially excited about these openings because they are with several
of my best clients. Why do I refer to them as best clients?
Well for a variety of reasons:
The rest of the team,
The fantastic leadership,
And most importantly I like a client that has openings due to growth.
RELIA Spotlight Opportunities:
Get off the bench and use your histo skills in a new and exciting way:
Histology Sales Support Rep San Francisco,CA
Histology Sales Support Rep San Diego, CA
Here is a list of the positions that I am most excited about:
Fayetteville, NC Histotechnician IHC exper a plus.
Atlanta, GA Grossing Histotech CLIA Qualified!
Kansas City, MO Histotechnician Learn or use your IHC!
San Francisco, CA Sales Support Rep. Exciting Brand New CO!!
San Diego, CA Sales Support Rep. Exciting Brand New CO!!
Modesto, CA Histology Tech Great environment to work in!
Chattanooga, TN Histology Tech IHC required.
Chicago area Histology Tech Exciting Fast paced Lab!!
All of these are full time permanent positions and most of my clients offer
relocation assistance and or a sign on bonus!
Most importantly they cant wait to talk to YOU!!
If you or anyone you know is interested in more details,
I can be reached toll free at 866-607-3542 or
on my cell at 407-353-5070
or at relia1 at earthlink.net.
If you are starting to save up your Christmas money remember,
I pay a referral fee to you if I place someone that you refer to me.
Thanks and have a great day!! Pam
Right Place, Right Time, Right Move with RELIA!
Pam M. Barker
President/Senior Recruiting Specialist-Histology
Specialists in Allied Healthcare Recruiting
5703 Red Bug Lake Road #330
Winter Springs, FL 32708-4969
E-mail: relia1 at earthlink.net
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