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The Experimental Histopathology Shared Resource laboratory is recruiting a research histotechnologist to provide customized histology and immunohistochemistry support for Fred Hutchinson research efforts. The histotech will assist with the design of innovative specimen preparation and staining protocols in a customer service based, team oriented work environment. The histotech will support the lab in all aspects of the operations, including maintaining workflow and lab operations and assist in specimen preparation and equipment maintenance.
In order to meet coverage requirements in the afternoon and provide excellent service to our investigators, this position will be required to work scheduled hours from 8.30 am to 5pm Monday to Friday.