I need to go to school for something ASAP because I can't find full time work as a PSW.
Do medical laboratory assistants work full time or more likely to find only part time?
Any info on the career would be a huge huge help. Please only answer you have know someone direct or have personal experience.
Im am not osmt certified yet, hope to be in november but i am a certified laboratory assistant. I have been searching for a job since the beginning of the year and no one willl take me on because im not osmt certified. Can anyone help me?
Hello, I applyed at a environmental research laboratory as a part time laboratory assistant. I sent in my resume and they responded by asking me to come in for a brief and informal interview. First of all, what does this mean when compared to a formal interview. Also, what type of clothes should I wear. Any other tips you may have would be very helpful, as this is only the second interview I've ever been on, the first being at Target. Thanks:)
I am going to an interview for an assistant job at my college's distance education department. The list of duties are enormous once I read the job posting. What are certain questions I can ask about the work in order to find out how much time I will spend on each task?
This is what they want the candidate to do:
Manage student databases. Create, maintain, and edit databases for testing and promotional and/or course related mailings.
Assist full-time and adjunct faculty for online testing.
Prepare, edit and distribute student tests. Schedule instructors for test proctoring.
Publish online exams and schedule proctored or practice/self-assessment. Proctor exams as necessary. Grade and record lab skills, quizzes, and exams.
Process and distribute instructional newsletters and grade notifications.
Process videotape distribution and returns. Distribute and collects SEOI forms.
Duplicate instructional materials.
Screen visitors. Answer phone calls. Sort and distribute faxes and mail.
Assist with help desk. Manage student queries. Refer and schedule students for regular and make-up orientations.
Operate various instructional office equipment.
Handle sensitive information in a professional and confidential manner.
File all correspondence. Maintain and protect applicant files, student testing and grading files. Purge and archive files as necessary. Maintain personal timesheets.
Assist with asset management and organizational stewardship. Maintain program inventory and ordering of supplies. As necessary, assist and guide students in all lab activities including equipment set-up and usage, restocking of supplies and preparation of laboratory practice areas and activities.
Other duties may be assigned.
I just got out of college and can't find a job anywhere. I'm a Medical Laboratory Technician/Assistant/Phlebotamist. Which sites are best to look for job postings. Please help me out!
I have been going to a community college for 2 years to become certified as a Medical Assistant, Medical Laboratory Assistant, and Phlebotomist. Now I can not able to obtain employment with a hospital or doctors office, and I know it's because of my age. I held a 4.0 average all the way through my classes. Any suggestions out there?
Ive got a Bsc in chemistry but cant find a job with my qualification.
I wanna apply for Lab assistant jobs in hospitals but im overqualified for that.How Do i explain that.
I havent got a work experience with my degree because i got pregnant and stayed home.Its been 3 years since i got my degree.
I've been trying to apply to the Red Cross for a few laboratory assistant slots. I have eight years of medical laboratory experience. What am I doing wrong?
The professors can do a tiny minimum of work, flunk the bad students, then take the best ones as laboratory assistants and research assistants. Seems like a pretty cozy arrangement for them.
So I'm in need of a job... I'm a college student and I'm certified as a nursing assistant. At the local hospital their hiring for a laboratory assistant. In the description the requerments is that you have to have a high school depolma and be able to read and write. I can do all of that but would I need any other training? Or should I apply? What do they do exactly?
I've realised after a lot of thought and losing my job today as bar staff that I just want to work in a quiet environment with a small team of people. I don't like being perved over by customers, having to smile all the time and pretend to be bubbly and happy.
How can I be trained to do this kind of job?
I am a UK Citizen, and have a BSc (hons) or undergraduate degree in Medical Science and graduating in September 2009.
i have experience as a laboratory helper in my university and have Professional references that will happily back me up of my competence.
I would like to apply for a Laboratory Assistant job in an NHS hospital from the information i have given- which salary band would i likely fit into?
I am studying water and waste water technician but there is one course that I can't do. Which is reporting technincal information. It basically is just an english class with a lot of work.
I also want to know if I would be able to get jobs in different types of fields... like a laboratory assistant or technician for example. I do have some experience in labs but will they not care because its not what my diploma will say?
I am planning to find a direct employer in any hospital-based or clinical-based in Dubai, UAE who is looking for a Laboratory Technician/Laboratory Assistant/Phlebotomist. Can any one please help me?
I'm going to be starting college in fall, but this summer I want to get some sort of certification or technical degree so I can try to find a good job throughout my undergraduate education. I plan on attending medical school and I want to show that I have a strong interest in medicine. Which occupation do you think medical admissions would be most impressed by?
Clinical Laboratory Technician
*I am a male btw.
I'm 13 in 8th grade. And when I'm older I want to be a vet assistant. But idk what it takes and what you need to do as a vet assistant. Is there anything I could do now that can help me in the future to become successful? Do I need to go to collage or anything? (serious answers only please) thanks. (:
I'm thinking about becoming a microbiologist in the future. What sort of jobs would help me become one, or do you just need the degrees? I'd like to be able to have some job experience before I do become a microbiologist, if I do.
I'm planning to attend a college that offers Air Force ROTC and graduate as a second lieutenant. However, I'd like to know what kind of jobs would be available to me once I do graduate. Could I be a doctor? If so, would I have to go to med school at some point? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Im a biology major and i haven't graduated yet, but i was just wondering what type of jobs i could get. My focus is agriculture and ecology because i don't want to do medicine. Where could i possibly work?
if you must know, i like biology. it interests me and excites me. that's why i chose it as a major.
I’m a sophomore in college studying pre-pharmacy. I want to know do I need to change my major to something else other than pharmacy. My ending goal is to work independently in a laboratory so that I can research and develop a cure for human diseases. Do I only need a B.S. or do I need to attend a certain graduate program? Thank you for any response.