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January 10, 2019 at 6:54 am #712707MichaelCapGuest
Company Name: Bio-Medical Laboratory (St James)
Position: Medical Technologist
Medical Technologist Vacancy Deadline for Application March 31st 2019
Medical Technologist Requirements
– Performs blood and body fluid analysis
– Operates laboratory equipment including troubleshooting and machine maintenance
– Maintains laboratory supplies inventory
– Prepares patient reports
– Maintains patient confidence by keeping information confidential
– AaSD Medical Laboratory Technology or BSc. Medical Laboratory Technology
– Phlebotomy/Sample collection certification or experience is an asset but not necessary
– Registered with the Medical Laboratory Technician Board of Trinidad and Tobago
– Strong communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills
– Excellent customer service skills
– Exceptional organizational skills with attention to detail
– Ability to work independently
– Professional and courteous disposition
– Employment experience is not necessary but could be an asset.
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