Genetic Counselor

BayCare Health System
Job Location
Tampa, FL

Competitive salary/benefits offered.

Job Description

BayCare Health System, located in the Tampa Bay area, is looking for a qualified Genetic Counselor to join one of the largest health care organizations in Florida.

The position is for a full-time Genetic Counselor to assess the possibility of an inherited familial disease occurring or recurring in a family utilizing medical history and data gathered from a patient’s family health history. This position has a strong focus in the area of Oncology. Additionally, you will incorporate your education regarding genetic transfer; laboratory testing and research data to help the patient in coping and adapting appropriately to the disease process. Will also help patients understand and come to terms with the significant impact of a genetically inherited disease; how it will affect them and their families.


We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Drug-Free & Tobacco-Free Workplace.


Requirements include American Board of Genetic Counseling certification or Board certification eligible within 6 months, Master's in Genetic Counseling, and two years experience in genetic counseling. FL Genetic Counseling licensure preferred.

How to Apply

 For more details and to apply online, visit (position #147497).

About Our Organization

At BayCare, we are proud to be one of the largest employers in the Tampa Bay area. Our team members focus on tomorrow by achieving personal and professional success today. That's why you'll thrive in our forward-thinking culture, where we combine the best technology with compassionate service. We blend high-tech with high-touch in ways that are advancing superior health care throughout the communities we serve.

Our network currently consists of 11 community-based hospitals, a long-term acute care facility, home health services, outpatient centers and 2,800 physicians. With the support of more than 20,100 team members, we foster a forward-thinking culture that's advancing superior health care.

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