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  • Field Service TechnicianCustom Ultrasonics, Inc.(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Assists the service and in-service technicians with technical questions Addresses customer concerns Answer incoming phone calls, and documents events accordingly Troubleshoot on phone/email, and respond professionally Help CU salesmen in all forms of systems sales/service/installs/hospital personnel Assists in training of coworkers in areas of service and in-...
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    Posted 3 days ago

  • Central Sterile Processing TechnicianStryker Endoscopy ProCare OnSIte(Memphis, Tennessee)

    The ProCare OnSite program encompasses highly trained OnSite Specialists who oversee the workflow management of Stryker equipment and help bridge the gap between the O.R. and the Sterile Processing Department. OnSite Specialists facilitate cases, troubleshoot and process equipment, and manage inventory all while helping drive efficiencies throughout the facility on a daily basis. Stryker Endoscopy...
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    Posted Tue 30th September

  • Microbiology Lab Team LeadLabCorp(St. Paul, Minnesota)

    Requirements: Required Education and Experience: This position requires all necessary city/state licenses and/or permits to qualify as a Medical Technologist/Technician Minimum of 6 years’ experience in a clinical laboratory with at least 2-3 years in microbiology. Preferred Education and Experience: Prior lead experience Previous experience with training Job Description: MedTox Laboratories, a La...
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    Posted 2 days ago

Biomedical Technician Job Search Tip

Job titles included in the medical industry include technicians, coders, interpreters, lab techs, scientists, secretaries, social workers, transcriptionists, nurses, chemists, equipment preparers, managers, doctors, dentists, and assistants. Employment in the medical industry is expected to fare very well - as staff change positions, localities, or move to other careers, many new positions become available. This coupled with advancing medical technology means new careers are always being added to the medical industry. Most entry-level positions do not require a college degree. Of those positions that do require education in the medical industry, they are the most educated people compared to most other industries.

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