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Part time genetic counselor

Einstein Healthcare Network
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Job Description

Einstein Healthcare Network is a private, not for profit organization with several major facilities and many outpatient centers. Our primary mission is to provide compassionate, high quality healthcare to the greater Philadelphia region.

We have an opening for a part time, 24 hours per week, Genetic Counselor on the Philadelphia campus of Einstein Medical Center. We have a dynamic and busy genetics service that covers all aspects of genetics in this urban community hospital.

In this role you will be responsible for:
• Providing Genetic Counseling for a variety of clinical indications, primarily coordinating the anophthalmia/microphthalmia registry and gene research program
• Experience with IRB submissions helpful
• This position requires providing service to the following age population(s) neonate to elderly in a manner that demonstrates an understanding of the functional/developmental age of the individual served


If you possess the following qualifications, please apply immediately:
• Masters Degree from accredited Genetic Counseling Training Program required
• Board eligible/Board certified through the American Board of Genetic Counseling required

How to Apply

To apply for this position, please visit and click on our Careers page. You can search for job ID# 8719

About Our Organization

Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia is an urban community full service hospital with a busy genetics service that includes prenatal, pediatrics, cancer, cardiac and general adult genetics as well as housing the Victor center for Jewish genetic diseases. There are currently 5 genetic counselors on staff. This is an idea position for someone with young children as the hours can be very flexible.

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