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Two new challenging health jobs to conclude the week

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It's almost the end of the first full week of March. Despite the week ending, it certainly doesn't mean your job searching duties should. The new jobs of the week are both within the wide world of the health field. Here are the details of each position.

The first new job of the week is for a Respiratory Therapist. Nationwide Medical, Inc. is looking for a bilingual therapist who will perform in home CPAP & BiLevel setups for Sleep Apnea patients. To qualify for this position, you must have in depth knowledge of sleep apnea as a disorder and diagnosis. You must also have experience dealing with CPAP and BiLevel equipment. If this position peaks your interest, visit its posting on

The next job of the week is for a full-time Pharmacy Technician at A-line Staffing Solutions. The candidate for this job will be primarily responsible for working with prescriptions. They will work with providers in making sure patients receive their specialty medication in a timely manner. The candidate for this job must have experience working in a pharmacy or a hospital. Having a Medicare or a Medicaid background is also a must. For more information on this job, visit its posting also on the Monster website.

Those were the two new jobs of the week. May these jobs lead you to a successful career in the month of March.



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