Douglass Hanly Moir Pathology, NSW's premier pathology services provider,  employs more than 2500 staff, including pathologists, medical scientists, scientific officers, technicians, technical assistants, pathology collectors, couriers, administrative staff, computer personnel, client services staff and other support staff.

Douglass Hanly Moir Pathology offers a dynamic and supportive work environment.  We value the contribution of people with different skill sets, cultures and backgrounds.

Career development and advancement is encouraged and staff are given opportunities to improve their skills through on-going training.

Douglass Hanly Moir Pathology is an equal opportunity employer

Pathology Collector- Orange Full detail
Apply before 26/11/2018
Position Type: Part Time
Location: Orange - Central Western NSW
Refcode: R8084Orange
Description: Barratt & Smith Pathology, regional NSW’s premier pathology services provider, has a part-time (20 hours, plus holiday relief and including a Saturday roster) vacancy for a Pathology Collectors in the Orange area.
Laboratory Manager Dubbo Full detail
Apply before 30/11/2018
Position Type: Full Time
Location: Dubbo
Refcode: R8056Dubbo
Description: A great opportunity has arisen for a Laboratory Manager with the Dubbo Branch of Douglass Hanly Moir Pathology (DHM), part of the Sonic Healthcare Group. This is a rare and exciting opportunity for an experienced, motivated and talented scientist to participate at a senior level in Australia’s premier private pathology company.
Health Professional (Scientific Officer) - MUH Full detail
Apply before 07/12/2018
Position Type: Full Time
Location: Macquarie Park
Refcode: R8067MUH
Description: Douglass Hanly Moir's Mater Hospital laboratory in Macquarie Park has a full-time position available for a multi-disciplined Health Professional (Scientific Officer). This laboratory is a 24-hour/7-day per week lab and the shifts are on a rotational basis, including public holidays, weekends, on-call and overnights when required. A job share situation may be considered.
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