Laboratory services in Tanzania have evolved from the first Government Clinical Laboratory, which was established at Ocean Road in Dar es Salaam in 1897 by Dr. Robert Koch, the German Bacteriologist. During the 1960s, the laboratory became the Central Pathology Laboratory (CPL) as an independent department of the Ministry of Health (MOH).
The CPL was relocated to Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) in Dar es Salaam in 1971, after the German and Swiss Governments provided assistance for construction of new laboratory premises. Since then, Tanzania has never had a dedicated National Health Laboratory (NHL), nevertheless, in the interim, this role was assumed by the National Health Laboratory Quality Assurance and Training Centre (NHLQATC), which was constructed through Development Partner’s funds to support HIV/AIDS interventions.
LAUNDERERS – (3 POSTS)
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
To keep and maintain cleanliness of the laboratory staff coats and Ironing them to ensure safety of the laboratory Staff: and
To receive and sort all Laboratory used uniforms and arrange for a better cleanliness.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Form IV/VI education plus 2 or 3 years Certificate in Laundry Services from a recognized Institution.
Attractive remuneration package in accordance with the institution’s salary scale.