Landspitali - National University Hospital of Iceland is increasing investment into Genomic Medicine. As a part of this effort we are recruiting a Laboratory Medicine Physician with expertise in Cytogenetics, Clinical Molecular Genetics or Laboratory Genetics and Genomics to join a team of 35 staff members in the Department of Genetics and Molecular Medicine (GMM). The department delivers comprehensive genetics services to the people of Iceland. The department includes a clinical genetics and genetic counseling unit. It operates specialized laboratories in biochemical genetics including prenatal and newborn screening, cytogenetics and molecular genetics. Genomics and cytogenomics are rapidly growing fields. Teaching, training and research are an integral part of departmental work. GMM has academic affiliation with the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Faculty of Medicine, University of Iceland. Honorary academic appointments would be available for candidates with suitable background and research. Human genetics has a proud tradition in Iceland and our department actively collaborates with deCODE genetics which has sequenced more than a 1/5 of the Icelandic population.
Work atmosphere at GMM emphasizes cooperation, flexibility, support, ambition and positive team spirit. We work in interdisciplinary teams within GMM and with other organizational units in the hospital.
» Clinical specialist of a clinical laboratory section
» Clinical case review, sign out, interpretation and consultation on tests and results
» Development and validation of new tests
» Strategic planning and development of service with department management
» Other tasks based on expertise and experience
» Consultations in area of expertise
» Teaching and research
» License to practice medicine
» Expertise in clinical molecular genetics, cytogenetics or laboratory genetics and genomics
» Further professional development to meet departmental goals
» Positive outlook, flexibility and interpersonal skills
» Ability to work independently and as part of a team
» Teaching and research experience is preferable
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FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THE POSITION AND APPLICATION
Position is full-time (100%) employment. Terms and wages are according to collective agreements between the government and Icelandic Medical Association. Landspitali is committed to an equal pay policy.
The application should include CV, licenses and a personal statement describing applicant qualifications and vision. We will consider and reply to all applications that meet the above criteria.
Position is full-time (100%) employment. Deadline for application is July 1st 2019. The position is available from September 1st 2019 or as agreed upon.
Landspitali is the tertiary medical center for the country of Iceland with 350 thousand inhabitants. Landspitali has 6000 employees and there is dynamic collaboration between various disciplines and teamwork. The hospital is closely affiliated with University of Iceland. The goal of Landspitali is to be a leading patient-centered university hospital. Key values are safe and efficient service, strong workforce and continuous improvement.
Landspitali is located in down town Reykjavik. Reykjavik is vibrant capital city and center for education and culture. Iceland has among the highest standards of living and was the first country in the world to pass a law to ensure equal pay between women and men. Iceland is safe and centrally located between US and Europe.
For further information contact Jon J. Jonsson MD, PhD, Medical Director of Dept. of Genetics and Molecular Medicine. Email: email@example.com, Tel: +354-824-5917
Jón Jóhannes Jónsson, firstname.lastname@example.org, +354-824-5917
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