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Senior Biomedical Scientist

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We are seeking an HCPC Registered Senior Biomedical Scientist with relevant experience in diagnostic microbiology, to join the Bacteriology section , based at the University Hospital of Wales. Candidates will need to be enthusiastic, well motivated and innovative, with good organisational and practical abilities supported by scientific knowledge, well developed interpersonal and communication skills and an ability to lead and support individual and team working. An understanding and experience of good laboratory practice and UKAS ISO15189 Quality Management System is required.The successful candidate will undertake aspects of diagnostic laboratory work supervising a section of the laboratory whilst supporting the Laboratory Manager and Operational Manager.Public Health Wales Microbiology Cardiff is situated within the University Hospital of Wales and Llandough Hospital and is one of the largest Microbiology Laboratories in Wales, providing a wide range of diagnostic services to hospitals, clinics and general practitioners of South Glamorgan and throughout the Principality. The laboratory offers a comprehensive Microbiology service, with special reference facilities including the National Anaerobe Reference Unit, Specialist Antimicrobial Chemotherapy Unit, Mycology Regional Laboratory for Wales and the Wales Centre for Mycobacteria. The Clinical Laboratories are all UKAS ISO 15189 accredited and approved by a number of bodies for training purposes. The successful candidate will participate in robust and sustainable varying working pattern which that is both AfC and EWTD compliant. This will consist of core day shifts, 2-10pm shifts and a team of BMS staff covering 10pm to 8am nightshifts. All of these will be worked in blocks of 4 days to allow for contractual 37.5 hours to be worked over a 7 day working week.We offer a varied, challenging and rewarding work environment, with the opportunity to be at the forefront of Microbiology in Wales, prospects for personal and career development with access to further education and training (through close links with Cardiff academic institutions). The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post but not essential; Welsh and/or English speakers are equally welcome to apply. For further details / informal visits contact: NameMrs Shanine MitchellJob titleBacteriology Operational ManagerEmail [email protected] number02920 744815
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