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Specialist Doctor Clinical Microbiology, Stockholm

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Client:

confidential

Location:

Stockholm, Sweden 

Job Category:

Healthcare
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EU work permit required:

Yes
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Job Reference:

DM-44

Job Views:

399

Posted:

20.10.2018

Expiry Date:

04.12.2018
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Job Description:

We are looking for a specialist doctor within Microbiology to a highly renowned Microbiology clinic for a permanent full-time position. Preferably with Consultant competence that can contribute to further development of the clinic mostly within Serology and Virology but also other areas.

 

The clinic is one of the largest in Northern Scandinavia with a highly modern analysis facility where they accept about 3600 (increasing trend) samples every day and that today has a staff of about 170 people. The clinic operates very broad and deep with high competence within all personal categories and therefore the research and development that are done at the Academy is very important. During the last years the clinic has gone through large changes and they have succeeded in creating a very interesting work place with space for development, process work and technical innovation regarding handling of results and production.

Job Requirements:

We are now looking for you that would take on new challenges and contribute to continuing the development of this new clinic that within Tuberculosis but also Bacteriology is State Of The Art. Teamwork and personality will be of great importance.

 

To Apply:

Please send your CV mentioning reference DM-44 at info@phd-jobs.net

Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822

Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka

Web: http://www.phd-jobs.net

 

Employment Type:

Full time
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