Clinical Genetic Counselor - Oncology, Clinical & Research Reporting, CLIA Diagnostics Laboratory

Organization
Pharma-Cruiting Life Sciences Executive Search
Job Location
IL
Salary
Excellent salary + benefits + equity
Job Description

Pharma-Cruiting Life Sciences Executive Search is seeking a Clinical Genetic Counselor for our oncology Next Generation Sequencing Diagnostics clinical laboratory.  The Clinical Genetic Counselor will work with our client’s computational and oncology teams and has expertise in clinical and research reporting.

 Responsibilities Include:

  • Summarize somatic and inherited genetic test results and generate customized result reports

  • Utilize in-house software tools to research and write reports

  • Perform critical quality control functions in the reports workflow

  • Perform research on genes and novel sequence variants to determine clinical relevance

  • Assist in variant classification based on emerging scientific information

     

Requirements

 Qualifications:

  • BS or MS degree in Cancer Genetics, Human Genetics or Biological Sciences

  • Must be certified by the American Board of Genetic Counseling (ABGC)

  • Must have somatic experience and experience writing reports

  • Familiarity with genomic databases and variant classification

  • Working knowledge of molecular diagnostic techniques

  • Prior experience in a diagnostic laboratory, clinical report writing, and familiarity with human mutation databases, genome browsers, and HGVS nomenclature

  • Oncology experience strongly preferred

  • Demonstrated capability as highly organized, detail-oriented, and self-motivated individual, able to work independently as well as within cross-functional teams

 

How to Apply

Email [email protected] to apply

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