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The National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) is the largest diagnostic pathology service in South Africa and offers unrivalled career opportunities for competent, qualified individuals who are passionate about delivering an unequalled service to the public sector. The NHLS offers high-quality training, diverse exposure in its more than 250 laboratories, as well as sought-after research and publishing opportunities. Now the National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) is offering an exciting opportunity for you to take part in a 2-year fixed-term Phlebotomy Learnership Programme commencing 1 November 2012.
The contract on offer is a fixed-term contract for 24 months. It falls into the TB2 Payzone at R48 000 per annum (Ref: CORPRTl 0I2/001-0IEX).
The Phlebotomy Technicians students will learn to perform these tasks under supervision:
- Successful applicants will undertake classroom-based theoretical training in the Johannesburg and Tshwane regions for the first six months.
- Thereafter, learners will be working at NHLS laboratories in the Gauteng region in order to gain practical experience and workplace exposure.
- No accommodation or transport will be provided.
- A monthly stipend will be offered to the successful learners.
- Learners will be required to collect and prepare blood and other samples for pathology testing.
Key competency requirements:
- Grade 12 certificate with English, Mathematics/Maths literacy and Biology/Life Sciences;
- South African citizenship; and
- Excellent communication skills in English (written and verbal).
- Strong customer orientation.
How to apply:
Please submit applications (including concise CV, certified copies of ID and Grade 12 certificate) to the Administrator (Human Resources):
Fax: 011 386 6294;
Enquiries may be directed to Shirley van Wyk @ 011 885 5402.
Due to inherent job and operational requirements, the applicable pre-employment screening including reference, ITC and criminal checks) and qualification verifications will be performed on short-listed candidates.
Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates.
If you have not heard from the NHlS within 2 months of the closing date, please accept that your application was unsuccessful. The NHLS is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
The filling of positions will be guided by the NHLS Employment Equity targets.
Further details available on the NHLS website.
Closing date: 15 October 2012