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TWO NEW POSITIONS AT THE CEQAS SCHEME OFFICE IN OXFORD

Two new positions, one for a Constitutional Deputy Scheme Director and one for an Acquired Deputy Scheme Director have arisen at the CEQAS Scheme Office in Oxford. Please see advertisements below for more details.
If you wish to apply, please go to the respective links given in the advertisements. If you would like to discuss the positions please contact Ros Hastings


ros.hastings@ouh.nhs.uk , tel:+44(0)1865 857644 


The application closing date is 10th April. 

Constitutional Deputy Scheme Director for CEQAS (Cytogenetic External Quality Assessment Scheme)
John Radcliffe Hospital - Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust
Salary: £42,000 (8a)
Part or Full-time available (1.0)
https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/4347a94692259a1d9c8add1627c7858c/?vac_ref=913699781 & http://jobs.ouh.nhs.uk/job/v361376


A new full time (1 WTE) position of a Constitutional Deputy Scheme Director been created for the CEQAS External Quality Assessment (EQA) Scheme at the Women’s Centre, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. EQA assesses the performance of a diagnostic laboratory by examining the analytical and interpretative skills in the field of genetics.
This is a unique opportunity for a person with a mature attitude to be involved in the provision and delivery of the CEQAS EQA service. CEQAS provides 26 EQAs covering Constitutional Genetics, Acquired Genetics, Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis and Genetic Counselling. The position has a very varied workload with many opportunities for personal development. The Deputy Scheme Director will be primarily involved in the Constitutional EQA assessments, setting EQA cases, cytogenetic and molecular cytogenetic analysis, writing the EQA reports, giving scientific advice and liaising with 400 laboratories worldwide. In addition, you will deputise for the Scheme Director and be responsible for ensuring that all the scientific processes are compliant with current accreditation regulations. The job will require the post holder to promote CEQAS as well as speak at meetings and conferences in Europe on quality issues. Finally the post holder will be supporting the EQA Scheme Director in providing a training programme for new assessors.
To be successful you need to have substantial previous constitutional cytogenetic/molecular cytogenetic experience (including reporting of results), good attention to detail, be well organised, and be familiar with standard software applications. An excellent command of written and spoken English is required. Applicants should have the FRCPath in genetics or equivalent qualification. Applicants need to be flexible and have good communication skills. The department offers flexible working hours.
This is a friendly and stimulating workplace and your role will help support the EQA service provided across Europe and rest of the world. Training in appropriate areas will be provided.
Part time or job sharing would also be considered if required.
Acquired Deputy Scheme Director for CEQAS Cytogenetic External Quality Assessment Scheme)
John Radcliffe Hospital - Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust
Salary: £42,000 (8a)
Part or Full-time available (1.0)
https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/a65b5df88dc7e262b62c7c129e0fa1f1/?vac_ref=913699671 &
http://jobs.ouh.nhs.uk/job/v361369

A new full time (1 WTE) positions of an Acquired Deputy Scheme Director been created for the CEQAS External Quality Assessment (EQA) Scheme at the Women’s Centre, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. EQA assesses the performance of a diagnostic laboratory by examining the analytical and interpretative skills in the field of genetics.
This is a unique opportunity for a person with a mature attitude to be involved in the provision and delivery of the CEQAS EQA service. CEQAS provides 26 EQAs covering Constitutional Genetics, Acquired Genetics, Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis and Genetic Counselling. This position has a very varied workload with many opportunities for personal development. The Deputy Scheme Director will be primarily involved in the acquired cytogenetic EQA assessments, setting EQA cases, cytogenetic and molecular cytogenetic analysis, writing the EQA reports, giving scientific advice and liaising with 400 laboratories worldwide. In addition, you will deputise for the Scheme Director and be responsible for ensuring that all the scientific processes are compliant with current accreditation regulations. The job will require the postholder to promote CEQAS as well as speak at meetings and conferences in Europe on quality issues. Finally the post holder will be supporting the EQA Scheme Director in providing a training programme for new assessors.
To be successful you need to have substantial previous acquired cytogenetic/molecular cytogenetic experience (including reporting of results), good attention to detail, be well organised, and be familiar with standard software applications. An excellent command of written and spoken English is required. Applicants should have the FRCPath in genetics or equivalent qualification. Applicants need to be flexible and have good communication skills. The department offers flexible working hours.
This is a friendly and stimulating workplace and your role will help support the EQA service provided across Europe and rest of the world. Training in appropriate areas will be provided.
Part time or job sharing would also be considered if required.