RE: $10,000 Bonus - Histotechnologist
|From:||"Jonathan R. Oppenheimer" <email@example.com>|
What's the salary? Whatever it takes to get an artist, not a hacker. The
successful applicant will appreciate, demand, and create the highest-quality
slides, and cytologic preparations, as well as teach others to do so. S(he)
will be willing to apply those specialized chemical, immunohistochemical,
and other techniques which s(he) has learned and will have the curiosity to
develop and evaluate new techniques; and help OURLab to boldly go where no
lab has gone before . . .
From: Blair, Keith R Mr IACH [mailto:Keith.Blair@amedd.army.mil]
Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2001 1:45 PM
To: 'Jonathan R. Oppenheimer'; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: RE: $10,000 Bonus - Histotechnologist
10000 will surely get some response but i was wondering what is the salery.
From: Jonathan R. Oppenheimer [ mailto:email@example.com
Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2001 7:21 PM
Subject: $10,000 Bonus - Histotechnologist
Why split money with a recruiter when you can get all of the money yourself?
I have an immediate opening for an experienced histotech in my outpatient
lab in beautiful Nashville, TN (No state income tax). Wonderful working
space. An office with internet access and flexible hours. This is a position
that offers responsibility and lots of flexibiity and lifestyle benefits.
Including three weeks paid-vacation, tax-deferred profit sharing plan and
the nicest boss I can think of (Me!) No frozen sections/ no autopsies.
Moving expenses and 10% to 20% increase from your present salary. Start at 9
leave at 3. Wow!
Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 615-232-8009. Let me
expand your dreams of what a histotech position can be!
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