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Specialist Biomedical Scientist

Dorset CV32 5LA   •  £32,306 - £39,027 per annum  •  Permanent, Full time


University Hospitals Dorset NHS Foundation Trust

The University Hospitals Dorset are seeking a speicalist Biomedical Scientist in Haematology and Blood Transfusion to work across and provide support to both Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Royal Bournemouth Hospital.

A HCPC registered, experienced scientist providing a specialised, diagnostic, clinical Haematology, Coagulation and Transfusion service contributing to clinical care of patients within the hospital and community.

To carry out, unsupervised, routine and more complex investigations and analyses, which enable population screening for inherited or malignant disorders. They use acquired specialist knowledge of the latest biomedical techniques such as gene probe/molecular technology and complex instrumentation alongside more traditional manual methods of investigation.

To be responsible for delegated tasks, involved in the day-to-day organisation and delivery of a clinical pathology service that enables high standards of patient care. They assist in the teaching and development of staff. They are expected to maintain an up to date knowledge of developments in Haematology / Blood Transfusion as part of their continuing professional development (CPD).

To be an autonomous specialised practitioner on the out of hour’s rota to provide a 24-hour pathology service for the Trust.

Essential Requirements:

  • Registration with HCPC
  • IBMS specialist portfolio or equivalent
  • Experience working in Haematology, Coagulation and Transfusion.
  • Familiarity with LIMS & Quality Management Software's.
  • Ability to train more junior staff to work in accordance to SOP’s.

T: 01926 455936

E:clatchford@fuelrecruitment.co.uk

  • Agency: Fuel Recruitment
  • Contact: Claudia Latchford
  • Phone: 01926455936
  • Posted: 9th May 2022
  • Expires: 6th June 2022

Fuel Recruitment

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