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Position: Medical Laboratory TechnicianLocation: Tauranga
Date: Nov 13, 2019
Closes: Dec 1, 2019
Company: Pathlab Bay of Plenty
Email: Contact company
Pathlab Bay of Plenty is a proud member of the wider Pathlab group. Owned and directed by a team of highly experienced, local Pathologists, we are proud of our robust systems and innovative solutions. Our vision drives us to provide world class laboratory services for our clients to ensure patient health and safety at all times.
Position: Medical Laboratory Scientist / Technician, Anatomical PathologyLocation: Dunedin
Date: Nov 14, 2019
Closes: Nov 24, 2019
Company: Southern Community Laboratories
Website: Contact company
Southern Community Laboratories, which is a division of Healthscope, has provided doctors and patients in New Zealand with pathology services since 1960 and has laboratories throughout the country. We are committed to providing facilities and services that deliver exceptional patient care.
Our Anatomical Pathology department is looking for a permanent full time qualified Anatomical Pathology (Histology) Scientist or Technician.
Your role will see you performing both routine and specialised tests with a high degree of skill and confidence. To be considered for this role you will preferably have:
Newly graduated BMLS Scientists or Technicians will also be considered for this opportunity.
The Anatomical Pathology Department operates from 8:00am - 5:00pm Monday to Friday and you may / will be required to work on call during the week and weekends once trained.
If you are passionate about your work, dedicated to quality and want to be part of a friendly supportive team committed to providing quality pathology services apply online via our website. www.healthscopecareers.co.nz
Applications close 24 November 2019
Position: Core Laboratory, Medical Laboratory ScientistLocation: Whangarei
Date: Oct 17, 2019
Closes: Nov 17, 2019
Company: Northland Pathology
Website: Contact company
Based in Whangarei, Northland Pathology provides community pathology testing for the greater Northland region.
Whangarei sits on the coast, with beautiful beaches and access to incredible diving, fishing and sailing. There are plenty of walking, tramping and cycling opportunities available, alongside great wineries and through stunning countryside.
We currently have a vacancy for a Scientist within our core laboratory, which undertakes biochemical, haematological and immunological/serological testing.
This is a full time position, reporting directly to the Head of Department of the Core laboratory. You must be able to participate in a roster from 8am - 7.30pm, Monday to Friday.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, dynamic, team player with a desire to learn. You may be a new graduate starting out in your career, or you may already have laboratory experience. Support will be provided to enable you to grow your professional skills in this role.
Preferred candidates will have the following skills and attributes:
For more information, please contact Chris Johnson, HOD, Core Laboratory 09 438 4243.
To apply for this job go to: www.healthscopecareers.co.nz & enter ref code: 4904732.
Applications close 17 November 2019
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