Research Counsellor/Associate in Genetics or Research Nurse

Location: Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust

Closing Date: 25/02/2016

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We are seeking to appoint two genetic counsellors or nurses to join our team of researchers based in the North East Thames Regional Genetics Service at Great Ormond Street. The team supports research into antenatal screening, genetics and genomics across North Thames and we are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic people person to help us establish and run genetic studies across a range of specialties, including work on the 100,000 genomes project. The post holder may be expected to work flexibly across the wide geographical region that encompasses the Clinical Research Network: North Thames.

If you are committed to contributing to a team delivering excellence in research into genetics and prenatal diagnosis, and serious about pursuing a rewarding career this is definitely the post for you. You will be joining an enthusiastic, friendly, motivated multidisciplinary team working within a centre of excellence in central London. You will get experience in genetics whilst gaining research skills as you establish studies in local sites, recruit to a variety of studies and also have the opportunity to explore patient and health professional views regarding the introduction of these new technologies into clinical service. This is an ideal opportunity to develop research skills and increase your knowledge and understanding of genetics.

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