Workplace Drug and Alcohol Specimen Collector

  • Company:
    AusHealth
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    6 hours ago
  • Category:

  

Bring your passion for delivering exceptional health focused customer service to this role!  

  • Successful company where profits go to medical research
  • Opportunity to gain certificated accreditation
  • Casual Position – enjoy flexible 24/7 casual hours
  • Benefit from one-on-one and on-going training to ensure your success

AusHealth Work has been a national workplace safety and wellbeing leader since 1985 specialising in drug and alcohol testing services

 

Employers engage AusHealth to conduct workplace testing for the presence of drugs and alcohol through planned testing events as well as unplanned testing following work incidents.

 

Your work will involve:

  • Performing workplace drugs of abuse testing for breath alcohol, oral fluid, urine and/or hair
  • Maintaining the chain of custody of specimens and accurate records of all on-site visits.
  • Organising the transportation of specimens to laboratories after collection as required

As a casual specimen collector, your working hours will fluctuate as per our client demands and there is no guarantee of regular hours. You will need to be generally available 24/7 due to the nature of our work – this includes being available at short notice for incident response. Possession of a smartphone, current driver’s licence and reliable vehicle is essential

 

To be a successful member of our team, you will be comfortable to:

  • Work autonomously and independently
  • Follow clearly defined processes
  • Pay strong attention to detail
  • Solve problems and issues logically
  • Communicate clearly and effectively
  • Build rapport with a diverse audience and customers
  • Provide excellent customer service
  • Resolve issues and conflict
  • Operate technology effectively such as tablets and testing equipment
  • Operate ethically with maintaining privacy and confidentiality
  • Work in a timely manner

Experience and training in the health sector, handling biological specimens and/or workplace safety will be highly regarded.

 

You must be legally entitled to live and work in Australia.