BIOMEDICAL SCIENTIST
HAEMATOLOGY
NIGHT SHIFT
FULL TIME
PERMANENT

8 Apr, 2019

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An opportunity exists for a Full Time, HCPC Registered Biomedical Scientists wishing to work within the Haematology section at 60 Whitfield St, Night Shift Duty.

The Haematology laboratory is superbly equipped and handles the combined workload of The Doctors Laboratory and University College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.  Working as part of a team, this is an excellent opportunity to develop your skills, knowledge and experience in a highly automated clinical Haematology Department.

The department incorporates routine Haematology and Coagulation, Special Coagulation (Thrombophilia testing), blood film morphology and a Flow Cytometry service.  The ideal candidate will contribute to providing a professional and technical laboratory service working effectively as a team member as part of the overall department and to work independently performing routine analyses with support as required from senior Biomedical Scientists.  The successful candidate will be expected to participate in the night duty rota, participating in shifts as allocated by the Head of Haematology and Blood Transfusion Laboratories.

If you require further information about this position please contact Debbie Mann debbie.mann@uclh.nhs.uk

Reference No: HMBT3373

Closing date:   21st April 2019

 

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