Specialist Biomedical Scientist Band 6

Employer
Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Location
Bedford, MK42 9DJ
Salary
£32,306-£39,027
Closing date
18 Aug 2022

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A Vacancy at Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

The Cellular Pathology team at Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust has a vacancy for a 12-month fixed term Specialist BMS (Band 6), we are looking for well-motivated, experienced and enthusiastic State Registered BMS to join our busy, but friendly team.

The department handles 44,000 surgical and diagnostic requests annually across two sites (Luton & Dunstable Hospital & Bedford Hospital). As the Bedfordshire Hospital Trusts forms a large general hospital we see a wide variety of tissue and diagnostic cytology specimens, including post mortem work.

Pathology is undergoing a merger; the main Cellular Pathology Laboratory will be based at Bedford Hospital site with an expectation that staff cover some shifts at Luton & Dunstable site.

Pathology has full UKAS accreditation, HTA & MHRA compliance.

You should have a good general histology background to IBMS Specialist Diploma level, which should include a working knowledge of special techniques including immunohistochemistry.

Contact Charlotte Emmony (Cellular Pathology Laboratory Manager) on 01234 355122 Ext: 4656, or email to charlotte.emmony@bedfordhospital.nhs.uk for more information.

The post holder will assist in the day to day operations and technical aspects of the service.

The post holder will assist the senior laboratory BMS in the delivery of a high quality, efficient and effective service, through the Quality Management System [QMS]. They will assist in the implementation of change as directed by the laboratory seniors/manager, when delegated or appropriate to service needs.

The post holder is expected to implement policies and procedures ensuring that the service complies with current UKAS standards, national and European legislation and discipline specific regulatory bodies.

The post holder will assist in the training and development of scientific and support staff.

Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides hospital services to a growing population of around 700,000 people living across Bedfordshire and the surrounding areas across two busy hospital sites in Bedford and Luton. Both hospital sites offer key services such as A&E, Obstetrics-led Maternity and Paediatrics.

You will be joining a friendly, high performing Trust committed to ensuring the health and wellbeing of staff. As one of the largest NHS Trusts in our region you will have access to a programme of high quality training and development to help you grow your career.

We have state-of-the art facilities placing us at the heart of cutting edge health care. The Trust continues to be committed to delivering the best patient care using the best clinical knowledge and technology available.

Please note that vacancies may close prior to the advertised closing date when sufficient number of applications have been received. Please ensure that you make your application as soon as possible.

All new staff will be subject to a probationary period covering their first six months in post. Travel between hospital sites may be required.

Please review all documents attached to this advert to ensure you familiarise yourself with all requirements of the job.

Details of specific service/department responsibilities, accountabilities and objectives are listed in the Role Descriptor document incorporated with this Specialist Biomedical Scientist (BMS) job description.

The post holder will assist in the day to day operations and technical aspects of the service.

The post holder will assist the senior laboratory BMS in the delivery of a high quality, efficient and effective service, through the Quality Management System [QMS]. They will assist in the implementation of change as directed by the laboratory seniors/manager, when delegated or appropriate to service needs.

The post holder is expected to implement policies and procedures ensuring that the service complies with current UKAS standards, national and European legislation and discipline specific regulatory bodies.

The post holder will assist in the training and development of scientific and support staff.

To perform as a HCPC Registered Specialist Biomedical Scientist [BMS] assisting in the delivery of the department services.
 

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