Southampton University Hospitals Vacancy – Clinical Scientist

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Southampton University Hospitals Vacancy – Clinical Scientist

An exciting opportunity has arisen within Molecular Pathology at Southampton University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust for a suitably qualified and experienced Senior Clinical Scientist with previous laboratory experience to join our team and contribute to the provision of the Genomics service in Molecular Pathology. Check out all the details on the same below:

Job Title: SENIOR CLINICAL SCIENTIST

Main area Pathology

Grade Band 7

Contract Permanent

HoursFull time: 37.5 hours per weekJob ref188-OTH1594

About the Team

Southampton University Hospitals Vacancy

Our department is part of the Wessex Local Genomics Laboratory, within the Wessex, Oxford and West Midlands Genomic Laboratory Hub (GLH) Consortium, providing a comprehensive range of molecular investigations and complex interpretation for haematological disease, MRD, disease associations (including pharmacogenomics) and solid tumours.

The laboratory is part of a European network for molecular diagnostics quality assurance, including innovations in lymphoid clonality analysis. Within UHS, the laboratory works closely with other departments including Cellular Pathology and Haematology services to enable the future provision of molecular diagnostics.

WHAT YOU’LL DO

Southampton University Hospitals Vacancy

The post holder will be able to analyse, interpret and report complex molecular investigations. The post holder will work closely with the senior Molecular Pathology team, other departments within the Pathology directorate and the various teams across the Wessex region and as part of the GLH. The post holder will play a role in delivering the strategic plan for UHS molecular diagnostics as part of the national reconfiguration of the NHS Genomic Medicine Service. The successful candidate will take part in all aspects of the genomics service including the interpretation, verification and validation of NGS data in cancer. They will also support developments in personalised medicine including the transfer of assays to NGS platforms, complex interpretation, active engagement in MDTs and opportunities for research developments.

WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR

Southampton University Hospitals Vacancy

  • They are seeking an enthusiastic, self-motivated HCPC registered Clinical Scientist with experience and knowledge in molecular diagnostics.
  • The successful applicant will have demonstrated their ability to constructively work through periods of change and have experience of innovation through new technologies and processes such as NGS and ddPCR. Good communication, interpersonal skills and a committed team member are essential
  • Southampton University Hospitals Vacancy The laboratory supports the training of a variety of STP programmes, the HSST in Molecular Pathology of Acquired Disease and the training of healthcare professionals in cancer genetics, haematology, immunology, biochemistry and histopathology.

What they can offer you

Southampton University Hospitals Vacancy

  • As one of the largest acute teaching Trust’s in England, we can offer learning and development opportunities to help you achieve the career you aspire to. We believe you deserve the best possible surroundings in which to do your job and we want to support you in doing your job to the best of your ability.
  • As a Trust, we support flexible working and will consider requests taking into account the needs of the service. You’ll have an opportunity to discuss this at interview. Our LiveWell and inspire programme offers opportunities, support and advice, including smoking cessation services, exercise and activity classes, and support for mental health.
  • UHS employees are able to access a huge range of NHS discounts, are entitled to a minimum of 35 days paid holiday (pro-rata) on the appointment, can access on-site nursery facilities (subject to availability), and we offer a generous pension scheme.

Interviews will be held on Monday, 27 July 2020.

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