- Routine Chemistry
- Band 5/6 AfC Equivalent
- Full Time 37.5 hours per week
- J206 - VIA1484
- Private Sector
- King’s College Hospital
- Up to £42,100 Depending on Experience
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The place to work in pathology
We are looking for top talent to join the UK’s leading and fastest growing pathology company – a scientific organisation with a clinical purpose.
Working in partnership with our service partners, Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospitals, King’s College Hospital, Bedford NHS Hospital Trusts, and Princess Royal University Hospital we aim to set the standard for the future of pathology.
Please note this is a shift system. Working extended days and a weekend is an integral part of this post.
We are seeking a proactive, motivated and experienced Biomedical Scientist to work in the Biochemistry section of the Blood Science Laboratory.
Based in London, the post holder will operate in the busy Viapath Laboratories at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
The Blood Science Laboratory is fully automated using the Siemens ADVIA range of analysers including the Lab cell Track.
The post holder will be responsible for ensuring operational functionality of the Biochemistry work areas in The Blood Science Laboratory including authorisation and release of patient results.
They will be expected to maintain the required high standards, quality and an up to date knowledge of Biochemistry theory and current working practices, including technical problem solving of analytical equipment.
We are looking for someone who is HCPC registered, specialising in Biochemistry with significant recent experience. Applicants should also hold an IBMS specialist portfolio in Biochemistry or track record of effective performance at BMS Band 5/6 level
Interviews will be held on: 1st November 2017
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
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