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The Department of Pathology at University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC) has an outstanding opportunity for a Temporary/Hourly UW Student Assistant, working 19.5 hours per week when school is in session, and 40 hours per week during school breaks, for up to six months. This position will perform a variety of clerical tasks relating to Anatomic Pathology. Position requires the ability to be meticulous and attention to detail oriented. Tasks include filing glass slides and paraffin blocks, preparing slides and blocks for archiving, assists with preparing for future slides intake, and general clerical duties such as copying, mail pickup, distribution and running errands for the Pathology materials room and Administrative personnel.
Under general supervision, perform critical tasks related to the Materials/Slide Room area of Pathology. Routine tasks include storing and archiving pathology materials; filling requests for materials internally and from external providers and facilities; and communicating about material retention, storage, and release protocols with department members and other departments/facilities.
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