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Career Starter Services not only offers training. We also work with employers in the healthcare industry to fill vacant positions directly. We post these employment opportunities for our students who have finished training in the Phlebotomy program and have been certified.
We are committed to looking for the best opportunities for all of our trainees, so check daily for new opportunities. Career Starter Services - where careers begin!
We have other job opportunities if you are interested contact 215-769-1199 to get more information. (Job Opportunities)
1. Mazzoni Center
We have 3 openings currently for a Medical Assistant/ Phlebotomist, we are looking for candidates that hold either a Medical Assistant or Phlebotomy certificate/ certification. I ask that the applicant go to our website www.mazzonicenter.org , read our mission statement as well as the job description and apply if interested apply. Please make sure your resumes are uploaded and attached to the online application.
Please send a email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let her know you have applied for this job so she can inform them,
1348 Bainbridge Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
2. A Division of Pace Foot and Ankle Centers
Currently seeking a full time Medical Assistant and would like to pass the attached job description along for posting.
Contact Hr.@aculabs.com or Call (732)777-2588
4. Chester Crozer Medical Center Upland PA 19015
Hiring for Patience Care Technicians
Things to do before you interview or apply for a job.
1) Clean up your social media
When you apply for a job, one of the first thing hiring managers do is look you up on social media, according to Glassdoor. While some people might think it's advisable to set all your accounts to private and be done with it, there are some companies that might frown on that, fearing you're hiding something. Instead, you should have at least a few public "professional" accounts - including on LinkedIn - that show off a bit of your personality, but also your expertise in your chosen field.
2) Proofread your resume and cover letter multiple times.
Would you hire someone who had spelling errors in their resume or someone who listed the wrong company name in the cover letter? I wouldn’t. Make sure your resume and cover letter are 100 percent accurate because those can make or break your chances before you even talk to someone in person.
3) Have other people proofread your resume and cover letter.
The more eyes the better. Other people can find mistakes that you missed. When more people proofread your resume and cover letter, you have a better chance of it being flawless
Career Starter Services Training Centers
1500 Spring Garden Street, Suite 101, Philadelphia, PA 19130
Crozer Medical Center Professional Office Building 2, 1 Medical Center Blvd, Suite 224, Upland, PA 19015