15 Apr, 2019

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We have an opportunity for a Virology Service Manager to join our virology department based in central London.

The overall job purpose will be to take scientific and technical leadership of all virology laboratory operations at HSL, including molecular & serological disciplines within the core laboratory at 1 Mabledon Place. To further develop and expand upon the services currently provided, using the available resources to ensure the service provided is efficient, effective, and commensurate with the requirements of users and in keeping with HSL agenda. To liaise with others at Senior Management/Director level around service issues and the development of strategy relevant to the whole service, including new test and technology development.

In concert with the HSL clinical lead and molecular virology ops manager produce strategy and policy for the department and ensure compliance with all departmental, corporate & relevant statutory legislation, ensuring that staff recruitment, training H&S & quality management is maintained to the standards required by Sonic / HSL.

If you would like any further information about this position, please contact Oneal Joseph by emailing

Reference no: HSLVI3443

Closing date:   21st April 2019

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