Phlebotomists for Private Medical Organisation £21,450 - £24,000 (MFB 8049)

Overview

Reference
MFB 8049

Salary
£21,450 - £24,000/annum + + benefits

Job Location
- United Kingdom -- England -- Greater London -- Central London

Job Type
Permanent

Posted
Monday, May 20, 2019


A great opportunity has arisen for 2 x Full time Phlebotomists (40 Hours per week)and 2 x Part time (20 Hours) on a permanent basis within a private medical organisation, based in the heart of central London.

Reporting to the Patient Services Manager, the main duties for this role will include the collection of venous and capillary blood samples, body fluids and swabs from patients, participating in domiciliary visits to patients and attending clinics as assigned by the Patient Services Manager, preparing and despatching of kits, postal packs and other work within the stores section and communicating in a friendly, helpful and non-prejudicial manner in your dealing with staff, clients and/or customers as you will be regarded as a representative of the staff and department!  You will also need to be aware of and abide by the rules and codes of conduct of the department.

Candidates MUST have 2 years Phlebotomy and nursing experience and have a background in medical training.

The clinic is open Monday – Friday 7am-7pm and Saturday 9am-5pm, so your working week will be on a shift basis on a standard 40 hour week, where you will be expected to work two Saturday a month (at time and a half). PLEASE ONLY APPLY FOR THIS ROLE IF YOU ARE ABLE TO COMMIT TO THE SHIFTS! THIS ROLE IS TO START IMMEDIATELY.

You will also need to have a mature outlook as you will have to deal with delicate issues, be upbeat and friendly with a polished and professional approach.

This is an excellent company to work for where benefits include pension, life assurance, IFSTL and free uniforms and an excellent salary of £21,450 - £24,000 (dependant on level of experience).

Please note only successful candidates will be contacted.

Ritz Rec (Emp Agy)


Contact information

Mark Bryden