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Senior Biomedical Scientist

Band 7

Main area
Cellular Pathology
Grade
Band 7
Contract
Permanent
Hours
Full Time 37.5 hours per week
Job ref
356-18-1299605
Site
Hull Royal Infirmary
Town
Hull
Salary
£33,222 - £43,041 per annum
Closing
25/10/2018 23:59

HULL AND EAST YORKSHIRE HOSPITALS N.H.S TRUST

DEPARTMENT OF
CELLULAR PATHOLOGY


SENIOR BIOMEDICAL SCIENTIST
CELLULAR PATHOLOGY
FULL TIME (37.5 hours per week)
BMS Band 7: £31,696 to £41,787 per annum

We are looking for well-motivated, enthusiastic and skilled Senior Biomedical Scientist to enhance our existing team in providing a diagnostic service for the Hull and East Yorkshire area.

The candidate should be registered with the HCPC, have a significant amount of post registration experience and have an MSc (or equivalent) in a relevant scientific subject. The post-holder will supervise and manage the immunocytochemistry area of the laboratory on a full-time basis and so a robust knowledge of immunocytochemistry is essential. The immunocytochemistry service is extensive and includes Her2 testing and we are also looking to develop an in house molecular service.

Our busy department is ISO 15189:2012 accredited through UKAS and is also accredited for training and offers experience in a wide variety of Histopathology techniques. The laboratory, which was custom built in May of 2000 is spacious and very well equipped. We provide the Histopathology requirements of a population of over 500,000 in the Hull and East Yorkshire areas and receive around 36,000 surgical cases per year. The department also provides a regional neuropathology service

Hull is the 2017 City of Culture with motorway links via M62 or Humber Bridge to the rest of the country. In addition, the City and surrounding areas offer a wide variety of leisure pursuits. Accommodation/housing costs are relatively low.

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Further details / informal visits contact

Mrs A Carling on (01482) 607720.
E-Mail:- angela.carling@hey.nhs.uk