Biolab, the leading accredited diagnostic laboratories in the Kingdom, received more than thirty job applications during its participation in the Career Day organized recently in the Jordan University for Science and Technology, Philadelphia University and Al Ahliyyeh Amman University.
According to Biolab’s Human Resources Department, more than thirty students who are in their fourth year studying different laboratory specialties, have submitted job applications to Biolab during the career day held in different universities. The HR department has also stated that a number of applicants were trained, while the qualified ones were appointed.
Dr. Amid Abdelnour, CEO of Biolab declared: “Employing our sons and daughters who are fresh graduates of Jordanian universities and supporting them professionally is one of our top priorities that shapes Biolab’s HR and employability strategy.” He added: “Training is of great importance to us, as we believe in the necessity of supporting our human resources and sharpening their skills and laboratory knowledge through a specialized training delivered by a group of accredited experts in the fields of training and education.”
In parallel with Biolab’s expansion strategy, the number of employees has increased from 60 to more than 135 employees and experts in 2015. As a result of this strategy the number of Biolab branches has jumped from 4 to 11. Biolab has signed a number of cooperation agreements with non-profit Jordanian organizations to bridge the skills gap between the educational systems and the changing needs of the labor market.
It is worth mentioning that Biolabs has an unprecedented achievement at the national level by obtaining a certificate of quality health services granted by the International Joint Commission. Biolab offers more than 700 medical diagnostic services along with a wide array of medical, scientific and consulting services in the field of health and diagnostics, which is supported by the Ministry of Health and an extensive insurance and bank affiliate network.