About the role:
As a Senior Biomedical Scientist, you will be working in a clinical and service development capacity to ensure the service to patients is planned, delivered, and evaluated in line with evidence-based practice. Working closely with the multi-disciplinary team to help create and maintain a robust service whilst seamlessly incorporating other centre services.
Your main responsibilities as a Senior Biomedical Scientist:
- Troubleshoot and investigate laboratory issues including initiation and investigation of non-conforming events where required
- Provide training and overseeing competence for junior staff
- Work closely with blood sciences team to perform speedy and accurate processing of samples, validation of results, training and supervision of junior members of the team enabling provision of a high-quality blood sciences service for laboratory users
- Have 5+ years’ experience in clinical diagnostic Haematology, Biochemistry and Immunology
- HCPC registration
- Experience with a wide array of analysers both point of care and laboratory based
- Experience in writing technical SOP’s.
- Great culture – YDFM is fast-paced, dynamic and rewarding
- Clear purpose – you’ll be part of building something that matters
- Be ‘your’ best – we will invest in your training & development to help you grow
- Put your career on steroids – we’re growing fast and there’s room to progress
- Your team – we’re a group of passionate individuals who like to have fun at work
- Knowledgeable, dedicated and vastly experienced Permanent Team with longstanding professional relationships with multiple clients
- Access to exclusive vacancies through our numerous Master Vendor trusts across the country
- Vacancies outside of NHS Rate caps with our private sector agreements
- Access to International roles outside of England and the United Kingdom
If you are interested to hear more, either hit the APPLY NOW button or reach out to Ria on 02033986694 or email@example.com
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