Clinical Laboratory Cancer Genetic Counselor, NGS CLIA Diagnostics Laboratory

Organization
Pharma-Cruiting Executive Search
Job Location
IL
Benefits

Excellent salary + equity.  Full medical & company benefits

Partial relocation may be provided

Job Description

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

Pharma-Cruiting Life Sciences Executive Search is seeking a Clinical Genetic Counselor for a cancer 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

How to Apply

Email [email protected] to apply

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