RE: challenging career opportunity

This response is  a bit off subject as I am not enquiring about the vacancy
and please accept my apologies in advance if the question seems a bit
stupid, but why do you need a night shift in a cellular pathology
Do you have pathologists  also working 7/24 reporting the cases which are
produced overnight. If there is a completely different model of
Histopathology delivery in the USA I'm sure Some of us in the UK would be
interested in a brief outline. Sorry I'm sending this again Vinnie, I forgot
to cc it to the listserver


Charles McKinney
Chief Biomedical Scientist
Histopathology Deptartment
Frenchay Hospital

> ----------
> From: 	Vinnie Della Speranza[]
> Sent: 	10 January 2001 20:22
> To:
> Subject: 	challenging career opportunity
> Evening/Night Shift Histology Coordinator 
>                                        ******   $ 1500  Sign On Bonus
> ******
> The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Medical Center, South
> Carolina's premiere tertiary care hospital and School of Medicine located
> in beautiful, historic Charleston, SC, has an immediate opening for an
> experienced technical coordinator for its evening and night shift
> operations in the Surgical Pathology Laboratory.   Situated in downtown
> Charleston,  the medical center's geographical location offers easy access
> to the city's finest dining and cultural events and the southeast's
> vacation playgrounds.
> The successful candidate for this position will be a self-starter capable
> of supervising an experienced staff in a busy surgical pathology service
> that provides around the clock technical support. This individual will
> possess technical expertise in the preparation of high quality microscopic
> sections , as well as a proven track record in the supervision of day to
> day operations.  Candidate must be customer service oriented and equipped
> to meet the needs of this busy diagnostic service while ensuring that the
> highest standards of excellence are maintained for the delivery of patient
> care at the medical center.
> A B.S. degree in Biology,  Medical Technology, or life science with a
> minimum of five years experience in a clinical histology laboratory  is
> required along with registry certification (HTL or HT(ASCP). Experience
> with special stains and immunohistochemistry highly desireable. The work
> hours for this position are flexible but will include some combination of
> evening and night shift hours between the period of 4 pm and 7:30 am,
> affording an opportunity for those interested in continuing their
> education to attend daytime classes. A competitive shift differential, as
> well as comprehensive benefits package, is available for this position.
> Salary for this challenging position is commensurate with experience and
> prior accomplishments.
> All applicants are required to submit an MUSC employment application which
> can be accessed and completed online at
> please
> reference job # A085034
> Vinnie Della Speranza
> Manager for Anatomic Pathology Services
> Medical University of South Carolina
> 165 Ashley Avenue Suite 309
> Charleston, SC 29425

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