• Type and cross-match blood for transfusion.
  • Prepare slides for examination.
  • Analyze blood samples to determine blood chemistry, hematology.
  • The examination of blood for abnormal blood morphology and counts.
  • Develop and modify tests procedures.
  • Establish and monitor programs to ensure the accuracy of tests.
  • Supervise technicians. 
  • Ensure the quantity and quality of work by requiring strict adherence to method and procedure.
  • Maintain technical records and prepare reports.

Job Details

Functional Area:
Total Positions:
1 Post
Job Shift:
Third Shift (Night)
Job Type:
Job Location:
Gender:
Male
Age:
23 - 40 Years
Minimum Education:
Bachelors
Degree Title:
BS/MSc (MLT, Microbiology, Chemistry, Haematology)
Career Level:
Experienced Professional
Minimum Experience:
2 Years
Apply Before:
Dec 05, 2022
Posting Date:
Nov 26, 2022
Diversity Inclusion:
We value diversity of our employees. All qualified applicants will receive fair consideration without regard to genders or socio-economic backgrounds.

Work Environment

Supervisor’s gender:
Male
Percentage of female coworkers:
20-29%

Fatimid Foundation

Healthcare / Hospital / Medical · 51-100 employees - Tando Mohd Khan

History of Fatimid Foundation How It Began: The journey that began in a small room on the pavement of Britto Road, Karachi, Pakistan has gradually blossomed into the largest voluntary health care and blood transfusion service providing thousands of bags of healthy fully screened blood and blood products each month to its thousands of patients (majority of whom are children) suffering from dreadful blood disorders i.e. thalassaemia, hemophilia and other blood disorders. Today Fatimid centres are located in Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, Multan, Quetta ,Hyderabad, Rashidabad and Khairpur. Why It Came Into Existence: The absence of an adequate, effective, safe-free of charge National Blood Transfusion Services is an important health-system problem that Pakistan faces today. The requirement of blood transfusion for potentially preventable maternal morbidity and mortality is quite high in Pakistan. Creation of Blood-intensive specialist Centres for Cancer surgery, Chemotherapy, Radiotherapy, Renal Dialysis, Renal transplantation, Cardiovascular by-pass surgery, Thalassaemia, Haemophilia, Leukaemia etc, have all led to an even greater need for blood and blood products. It is estimated that, Pakistan requires around 8,000+ units of blood everyday, while the transfusion needs outstrip the current availability of blood. The collection and supply of safe blood is further reduced with the fairly high prevalence rate of Hepatitis B & C viruses found amongst the potential blood donors. Although systematic surveys have not been carried out in all areas of the country, it is estimated that around ten million suffer from the viruses of Hepatitis B and C. The danger of spreading HIV infections, even in low-incidence country like Pakistan further complicates the situation. Transmission of HIV and Hepatitis infections through blood and blood products therefore, demands adequate supply of un-infected 'Safe Blood' for the transfusions. Fatimid Foundation feels proud

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