Location: Melbourne | Northern Metropolitan
Job type: Not provided
Organisation: Austin Health
Salary: Salary not specified
Occupation: Health and Allied Health
Austin Health is the major provider of tertiary health services, health professional education and research across 3 campuses in the northeast of Melbourne and state-wide. Austin Health is world-renowned for its research and specialist work in cancer, liver transplantation, spinal cord injuries, neurology, endocrinology, mental health and rehabilitation.
An exciting opportunity currently exists for an enthusiastic and experienced Laboratory Assistant to join our Shepparton Laboratory in a permanent part-time position. This position is for 32 hours/week and the successful applicant will be required to work across the 24 hour roster. This will include day, evening and night shifts including weekdays and weekends. Sharing of the hours may be considered.
A Laboratory Assistant in a regional laboratory is responsible for facilitating effective and efficient performance of the Laboratory by providing non-technical duties within the laboratory as directed by the Head of Department, Senior Scientist or Laboratory Manager.
The Laboratory Assistant is expected to efficiently and accurately process specimens and requests for pathology testing, including data entry into the Laboratory Information System (LIS), and to prepare specimens for testing by the laboratory staff according to laboratory protocols and accreditation requirements.
Work with us! Your reward is to work in a collaborative environment which will provide you with opportunities for ongoing training and development. Your benefits will include salary packaging, and employee assistance program.
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Austin Health and if required, a Working With Children Check.
Austin Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged.