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The Department of Pathology and Laboratory at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center is seeking a per diem Pathology Assistant to be responsible for supporting the daily operations of the Anatomic Pathology Laboratory and assist in teaching and training of PA students.
A Baccalaureate Degree and PA (ASCP) Registry required, with 1- 3 years as a PA Assistant experience preferred.
Must possess a broad knowledge of various laboratory methods and techniques, quality assurance, in addition to PC and LIS knowledge. Communication skills, ability to manage people and solve problems independently.
"At Penn Medicine, you will enjoy the camaraderie and support that you will experience at our prestigious institution. As a recipient of the Philadelphia Business journal's healthiest employer award, we continue our commitment to help our employees maintain healthy lifestyles. We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits program that includes one of the finest pre paid tuition assistance programs in the region.
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