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- Band 8a
- Full Time 37.5 Hours per Week
- £42,414 - £49,969 PA**
- 28/03/2019 23:59
Applicants are required for the post of Chief Biomedical Scientist in the Microbiology laboratory at Hull University Teaching Hospitals .
The successful applicant will be a qualified BMS, with MSc, or equivalent, will be responsible for the day-to-day operational running of the Microbiology department.
The post holder is the manager responsible for delivering a medical laboratory service that achieves the objectives of efficient and effective patient care, and resource management within the Trust. He/she is directly responsible to the Laboratory Manager for the quality management in accordance with departmental and Trust policies and procedures, and is the departmental quality link for microbiology and virology.
Applicants must be state registered with the HCPC and have extensive post registration experience in Microbiology.
The Microbiology laboratory has a wide test repertoire including extensive molecular testing.
The wide variety of work and expertise available at Hull Royal Infirmary and Castle Hill Hospital (virology Department) provides an ideal environment for a Chief Biomedical Scientist to develop. This is a challenging post for an enthusiastic, well-motivated, forward thinking individual who will be expected to make a significant contribution to the development of the department.
Informal visits to the department are welcome
** Salary relates to year 1 of 3 year NHS pay deal, year 2 available from April 1st 2019
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
The postholder will have access to vulnerable people in the course of their normal duties and as such this post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service to check for any previous criminal convictions.
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Further details / informal visits contact
For further details of the post please contact Alison Eyre Laboratory manager Microbiology 01482 675573 email@example.com