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CLINICAL SCIENTIST GRADE B

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									CLINICAL SCIENTIST GRADE B

     The post holder must be able to perform all laboratory procedures using a
      wide range of diagnostic techniques on a variety of specimens from hospitals
      served and general practitioners in accordance with the training and
      qualifications of a Clinical Scientist in Immunology and application of standard
      operating procedures.

     To be technically highly skilled, be able to operate scientifically complex
      instruments and machinery, be able to analyse complex data, be able to
      generate accurate reports, and be able to supervise and train others.

     The post holder will be asked, by the laboratory head and/or Grade C Clinical
      Scientist and consultants, to undertake special tasks including service audits,
      new equipment and assay evaluations, procurement and installation, and
      Research and Development projects.

     In that section, he/she will be responsible for the use and routine
      maintenance of laboratory equipment and ensure that supplies are kept in
      stock.

     To be technically highly skilled, be able to operate scientifically complex
      instruments and machinery, be able to analyse complex data, be able to
      generate accurate reports, and be able to supervise and train others.

     The post holder will be asked, by the laboratory head and/or Grade C Clinical
      Scientist and consultants, to undertake special tasks including service audits,
      new equipment and assay evaluations, procurement and installation, and
      Research and Development projects.

     To undertake R&D projects, clinical trials and evaluations and to participate in
      the development of the research strategy for the department.

     He/she will be expected to develop his/her own research interests inline with
      the Department’s strategy.

     The post holder, on a rotational basis, will take responsibility for one or more
      sections of the laboratory work and in doing so he/she must demonstrate
      flexibility, self-motivation and the ability to work effectively in a team and as a
      section leader.

     To provide scientific, technical and managerial cover for sections, as required.

     To manage staff, as appropriate.

     The post holder will deputize for the Laboratory head, as appropriate, and
      he/she may be asked to represent the laboratory at meetings on other sites,
      at other hospitals and at academic research meetings.

     In that section, he/she will be responsible for the use and routine
      maintenance of laboratory equipment and ensure that supplies are kept in
      stock.




MB23 AW152
     To act as quality lead for the laboratory. To maintain workload records,
      including statistics, turn-around-times, QC & QA, etc for an assigned section.
      To take responsibility for
      o Clinical Governance issues, procedures, protocols and records.
      o samples referred to other laboratories for testing, and to ensure that
          results are reported.
      o pending logs and resolution.
      o Standard Operating Procedures and COSHH

     He/she will be responsible for technical standards and Quality Assurance and
      that Health and Safety regulations are followed.

     To act as quality lead for the laboratory. To maintain workload records,
       including statistics, turn-around-times, QC & QA, etc for an assigned section.

     To take responsibility for
      o Clinical Governance issues, procedures, protocols and records.
      o samples referred to other laboratories for testing, and to ensure that
          results are reported.
      o pending logs and resolution.
      o Standard Operating Procedures and COSHH

     The post holder will be asked, by the laboratory head and/or Grade C Clinical
      Scientist and consultants, to undertake special tasks including service audits,
      new equipment and assay evaluations, procurement and installation, and
      Research and Development projects.

     To study towards and to obtain membership of the Royal College of
      Pathologists, and, if appropriate, to study towards and obtain a PhD.

     To be technically highly skilled, be able to operate scientifically complex
      instruments and machinery, be able to analyse complex data, be able to
      generate accurate reports, and be able to supervise and train others.

     The post holder will participate in the staff educational programme.

     To participate in the training programme for Grade A and Grade B Clinical
      Scientists and to assist with the training of BMSs, and Specialist Registrars in
      assigned sections.




MB23 AW152

								
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