Join a government blood transfusion laboratory and help make a difference. Maxxima are looking for a Biomedical Scientist with PCR experience to help with their viral blood screening. Ideally candidates will have experience with the abbott architect and Prism in molecular biology.
The individual we are seeking will be happy to work at band 5 level. You will not require UK experience as a BMS if you have a Visa and have demonstrated an excellent track record of virology abroad.
Salary: £17-20 per hour
Shift Patterns: 9am to 17.30
Registration Required: HCPC registration
Other Requirements: Right to work in the UK
Why Work for Maxxima
- Practical assistance with relocation, accommodation and Police checks
- Expert consultants with decades worth of combined experience in our markets
- Dedicated administrative team to support with payroll functions
- Guidance and advice on furthering your career, CV and interview techniques
- Exclusive opportunities through our UK wide master vendor contracts
- A choice of PAYE, umbrella or LTD company payments
- Registered with all major UK NHS Frameworks and Private Healthcare Providers
Maxxima has been offering high quality, flexible staffing solutions to the health and social care sectors for over 20 years. We work with public and private health clients, local authorities and social care providers throughout the UK and overseas
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Disclaimer: We are unable to support or accept applications from candidates who are residents within the Red or Amber list of the Code of practice for the international recruitment of health and social care personnel in England, based on the World Health Organisation (WHO) Workforce Support and Safeguard List.