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Clinical Technologist - Microbiology (000221) Job In Brooklyn, New York, Axelon Services Corporation

Published 2022-09-23
Expires 2022-10-23
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Clinical Technologist - Microbiology (000221) Job In Brooklyn, New York, Axelon Services Corporation
United States, New York, Brooklyn,
Published September 23, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Clinical technologist - microbiology (000221)


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Clinical Technologist - Microbiology



Brooklyn, NY



6-12 Months



1 year Microbiology Clinical Technologist experience.



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Valid license to practice as a Clinical Laboratory Technologist issued by NYSED, Primary Source Verification required. BLS preferred.

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