Prenatal Genetic Counselor (10-15 hrs/week of web-based consultations)

Bind Health
Job Location
New York, NY 10013
  • Flexible hours and schedule.

  • Compensation by hours dedicated.

  • Estimated 10-15 hours/week initially. Potential to grow to 20-30 hours/week.

Job Description

BIND is hiring experienced prenatal genetic counselors to consult prospective parents about prenatal genetic testing decisions on a flexible basis.


  • Conduct genetic counseling consultations focused on preconception/prenatal genetic testing.

  • Prepare consultation letters for physicians.

  • Assist with disease content for our web platform.

How Consultations Work

  1. Scheduled through our web platform.

  2. Conducted remotely using web conferencing tools.

  3. Consultation letter is delivered to client so that they can present to their physician.

  4. Include a 15-minute follow-up consultation in case of negative/low-risk test results, and a full follow-up consultation in case of positive/high-risk.

  • Board-certified by the American Board of Genetic Counseling.

  • Minimum of a master's degree in Genetic Counseling or a related field.

  • Clinical experience in preconception, prenatal and reproductive genetics.

  • Access to fast, reliable, broadband internet.

  • Experience with telephone and video counseling (preferred).

How to Apply

Send email with your resume to:

About Our Organization

BIND is a health-tech startup that combines digital technology with genetic counseling to empower families and individuals to make informed genetic testing decisions. We're currently working to pair more prospective parents with genetic counselors by focusing on:

  1. Using alternative digital marketing channels to reach a demographic that would otherwise not consult with a genetic counselor.

  2. Streamlining the genetic counseling session by collecting most of the data pre-session and providing information to patients and physicians online.

Once a customer answers a few basic risk assessment questions, we assign them a genetic counselor and schedule a consultation. The consultation is conducted remotely using web conferencing tools or phone.

We’re based in SoHo, in New York City. We are part of Blueprint Health, a prominent health-tech accelerator program, which provides us with access to mentors, investors and healthcare companies. We are also part of the SBIR Impact NYC Program, a NYCEDC-funded program for innovative companies.

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