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Veterinary Clinical Pathologist - Finn Pathologists

Would you like to be part of a growing, successful veterinary diagnostic laboratory group in the United Kingdom.

We are looking for clinical pathologists to join our team. Our Laboratory is based in Harleston, Norfolk. Full & part time applications will be considered but the ideal candidate will be based on-site at the lab.

Primary duties & responsibilities include:

  • Microscopic analysis and reporting on all clinical pathology submissions including cytology, fluid analysis, urinalysis, electrophoresis and pathology haematology reviews, following the standard recommended reporting protocol.
  • Involvement in the interpretation & validation of all submissions to support the internal medic team and as required by the laboratory when time and workloads allow.
  • Consulting on phone calls from clients relating to a previous, current and future submissions as well as general clinical pathology questions as required.
  • Participate in all stages of the quality system (pre-/post-/analytical phases), including suggestions for innovations to improve/develop the company.

The ideal candidate will be residency trained with board certification, however applicants with other post graduate qualifications or suitable experience would also be considered. Applicants need to be current members of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, see www.rcvs.org.uk/registration; or be willing to become members.

Salary based on FT hours is between £40-65k dependent on qualifications, experience and contracted number of cases reported per day.  The package includes good holiday and CPD benefits.

If you are interested in this role, please click "Apply Now!" 

Closing Date: 30th April 2019


 
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Finn Pathologists (Harleston)
Units 3C & 3D Mayflower Way, Harleston, Norfolk, United Kingdom, IP20 9EB
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  • Salary:
    Competitive salary and benefits package
  • Practice:
    Finn Pathologists
  • City:
    Harleston
  • Employment Type:
    Permanent
  • Application Closing Date:
    24 July 2019
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