Pathology Collector

  • Part Time

Website Western Diagnostic Pathology

About this Job

Your role as a Pathology Collector.

Are you looking to grow your career with one of the largest healthcare organisations in Australia?

Are you committed to providing exceptional customer service, with a genuine capacity for empathy and compassionate care?

 

If the answer is yes, a role as a Pathology Collector at WDP could be your next career step.

 

As a Pathology Collector (Phlebotomist), you will be collecting blood & coordinating specimen samples from patients, using your empathy and drive to deliver great customer service and quality healthcare.

Reporting to the Collection Lead, and joining a passionate team, you will play a pivotal role in positively impacting the health of Australians.

 

Your key responsibilities will include:

  • Collecting samples (blood and non-blood) with care and attention
  • Keeping meticulous records for every patient and sample
  • Deliver documentation within strict turnaround times
  • Preparing and packaging specimens for transport and testing
  • Liaising with customers, clinic staff and couriers

 

About Us

WDP is a part of Healius Ltd., an ASX listed business and one of Australia’s leading healthcare companies and provider of private medical laboratory & pathology services.

Healius has an expansive network of over 100 medical laboratories and 2000 patient collection centres operating across metropolitan, regional and remote Australia.

We provide 1 in every 3 pathology services in Australia, extending from exclusively servicing some of Australia’s largest and most complex private and public hospitals, to small Indigenous Australian communities.

 

About you

  • Demonstrated experience and knowledge in Phlebotomy or a Certificate III in Pathology Collection would be advantageous
  • Transferable skills gained in other positions within the healthcare industry highly desirable
  • You have excellent customer service and communication skills, with a high level of empathy
  • You are organised, with strong time management and attention to detail
  • You are able to work autonomously, sometimes working independently in a solo clinic
  • Hold a valid Driver’s license and have flexibility to travel to multiple clinics
  • Hold a working with Children’s Check or be willing to obtain one
  • You must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident or a New Zealand citizen, or hold a valid visa with permission to work

 

If you don’t have qualifications or experience in Phlebotomy, but are passionate about helping others, have experience within the healthcare industry and are interested in the role, we will set you up for success by providing you with full training and mentoring, as you work towards obtaining your Cert III in Pathology Collection.

 

Requirements

  • Vaccine preventable disease evidence such as Hepatitis B and two doses of the Covid19 vaccination are a requirement of this role

 

Benefits and Wellbeing

As part of working for Healius, you will have access to a range of benefits including:

  • A marketplace of exclusive discounts and vouchers from leading Australian and online retailers.
  • Corporate health insurance discounts, banking benefits and novated leasing consultations.
  • An e-learning platform with access to a library of courses and learning paths.
  • An Employee Assistance Program dedicated to employee health and wellbeing provided by professional coaches.
  • Fitness Passport – access fitness centres across Australia at a subsidised rate
  • Career growth opportunities across the Healius network
  • Being a part of a large ASX-listed organization focused on delivering positive outcomes to all Australians

 

Our commitment to diversity and inclusion

WDP Pathology is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating an inclusive workplace. We seek to recruit from diverse applicants and create teams with skills, perspectives and experiences that complement each other at work. We welcome suitably qualified applicants regardless of age, ethnicity, socio-cultural background, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity.

 

How To Apply

Please click the ‘Apply Now’ button to complete the pre-screening questions and submit your application.

If you would like further details please email careers@healius.com.au.

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