Haematology and Transfusion
Hours: 37.5 per week
We have an exciting opportunity for a Healthcare Scientist who has experience of working as an independent practitioner with skills in Haematology and Transfusion Science to come and join our Eastern Pathology Alliance which is formed from three Pathology Laboratories based at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH), the James Paget University Hospital and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn.
This post is based at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital which is set in the heart of East Anglia. The Laboratory at NNUH provides a large range of Blood Sciences services comprising Clinical Biochemistry, Haematology and Transfusion, Immunology and Toxicology. The service provides analysis of a range of compounds present in serum and analysis of cells of the blood using automated processes to support the Acute Trust and Primary Care Trusts requirements. In addition the transfusion service analyses blood groups and cross matches blood to be issued for transfusions.
Norwich is one of the most vibrant and attractive cities in Europe. It is the perfect location to enjoy the contrasts of one of England's most picturesque counties - from glorious open countryside and traditional villages to the unspoilt tranquillity of the Norfolk Broads with the contrast of the vibrant historic city of Norwich. Norwich with its magnificent cathedral and cobbled streets is ranked in the Top 10 shopping cities in the UK as well as being popular for the arts, culture, music, nightlife, and tourism.
As post holder, you will be required to perform a range of analyses in Haematology Automation, Coagulation, Microscopy, Transfusion Science and Reception Services.
Please refer to the advert on NHS Jobs for the 'Job Description' and the full specification of responsibilities and requirements for this post.
Hours of work: You will be required to participate in a 24/7 service following training and competency assessment.
Closing Date: 15th August 2014 Link megjelenítése
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