Specialist Biomedical Scientist - Clinical Biochemistry
|Posting date:||19 July 2019|
|Additional salary information:||£34,961 - £42,010 pa inclusive|
|Closing date:||18 August 2019|
|Location:||Kingston-upon-Thames, KT2 7QB|
|Company:||st georges nhs trust|
South West London Pathology is an award winning pathology partnership between three leading Hospital Trusts – St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Croydon Health Services NHS Trust – designed to provide an integrated, high quality pathology service for hospitals and GPs across South West London, by bringing together the best of each Trust’s service and providing them within a single organisation.
We are currently seeking to recruit to a full-time post and are looking for enthusiastic, dedicated, hard-working individuals who are able to demonstrate a flexible approach to work.
This post is based at Kingston Hospital however the post holder may be required to work at any of the South West London Pathology sites as and when necessary.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified and motivated State Registered Biomedical Scientists to join a well-established team within the Biochemistry section of this busy department, which has full Clinical Pathology Accreditation. The department actively encourages further education and CPD activities. Biomedical scientists within the Biochemistry section work on Roche Cobas 8000 analysers and Roche P612 pre-analytics.
Applicants must be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and have post registration experience in a CPA or IBMS accredited laboratory.
The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the 24 hour/ seven day service.
Find out more about South West London Pathology on our website
This advert closes on Sunday 11 Aug 2019
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