Drug and Alcohol Screening Technician Position
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- Job Listing Date
- 13 Jan 2021
- Devonport & North West
- Work Type
- Healthcare & Medical, Pathology
DRUG AND ALCOHOL SCREENING TECHNICIAN POSITIONS
Workforce Health Assessors (WHA) has vacancies for outgoing and motivated Drug and Alcohol Screening Technicians to perform:
• WORK RELATED DRUG AND ALCOHOL SCREENING
If you are after a casual role, based in Burnie working in a team with a great culture - this is the job for you.
This is a unique opportunity to join a fast-growing business with a fun team who operate with the passion for delivering an exceptional customer service experience.
The skills and experience we value most are:
- Relevant and recent experience conducting Drug and Alcohol screening
- Ability to work efficiently and effectively in a team environment and autonomously
- High levels of verbal and written accuracy
- Ability to handle sensitive situations
- Ability to handle confidential information
- Process oriented with the ability to follow strict procedures
- Professional personal presentation and interpersonal skills
- Strong IT skills
- Client focussed individuals with a positive work ethic
Successful incumbents will possess a current Australian drivers’ licence and a reliable car, and remain flexible to casual hours which will include early morning starts and out of hours call outs.
WHA will train appropriately qualified and skilled technicians in Audiometric screening.
WHA provides high quality service and fast turn-around, resulting in exceptional client retention. As an innovative Tasmanian owned business with facilities across Australia and NZ, WHA proudly invests in R&D, staying ahead of the curve with a unique software platform that ensures clients receive quality, on-time results to facilitate hiring decisions, while candidates are informed and supported throughout the process.
The WHA team is proud to be the number 1 provider of Pre-Employment Medicals in Tasmania.
- Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
- Do you have a current Police Check (National Police Certificate) for employment?
- Do you have a current Australian driver's licence?
- Are you available to work on a rotating roster?
- Have you completed an accredited drug and alcohol testing certification?