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NSH Launch New Job Board with Enhanced Functionality
Columbia, MD, May 29, 2009 – The National Society for Histotechnology (NSH) continues to support its members by launching an enhanced Career Center. NSH now offer our members a better way to advance their careers through a one-stop career source for histology professionals.
Through the NSH site you'll gain access to a select group of employers with job openings more tailored to your individual job search. Now it's time to take the next steps to boost your job search. The new Career Center service comes with such features as advanced search and email notification as well as career management.
Build or upload your resume using the Anonymous Resume System and publish it to the Resume Bank for Employers to view. When an employer is interested in your resume, you can decide whether or not to release your contact information based on that Employer's job opening.
Access loads of job openings often not available on general job boards. Find a job opening you like? You can save it, print it, email it, or simply apply to it right then and there on our site using your posted resume.
Don't have the time to search through new job openings every day? Set up a customized Job Alert and the openings that match your criteria will be emailed directly to you. Now you'll never miss a new opportunity!
The enhanced Career Center is just another way that NSH provides value to its members and continue to support members.
The National Society for Histotechnology (NSH) was incorporated in 1973, and presently has approximately 4,500 members in 9 Regions and several foreign countries. The majority of our members work in hospital pathology laboratories (clinical), preparing microscopic slides from tissue removed during surgery and autopsy. Their work makes it possible for the pathologist to render a diagnosis. Other members work in Veterinary, Industry or Research facilities (VIR), performing similar functions.