Consultant Post In Clinical Genetics Genomic Medicine

London (Central), London (Greater)
£76,761 to £103,490 pa
17 Aug 2017
17 Sep 2017
Career Level
Contract Type
Full Time

West Division

Applications are invited for a full-time Consultant post in Genomic Medicine. 

This exciting new post will be based in the Clinical Genetics department at Great Ormond Street Hospital, part of the North East Thames Regional Genetics Service and in the University College London Hospitals within the Specialist Hospitals Division at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Chalfont Centre for Epilepsy and Queen Square sites. 

We are seeking an enthusiastic individual with a passion for genomic medicine to help drive the development of genomic medicine services and contribute to our Clinical genetics team. You will be expected to work closely with Laboratory colleagues to promote genomics especially in the field of Epilepsy care including developing a genomic MDT with Epilepsy clinicians and clinical scientists. You will have a clinical commitment and will be expected to take an active role in the department’s on-going programme of audit, clinical governance, teaching and research.

You will possess a CCST/CCT in Clinical Genetics (or be within six months of obtaining their CCST/CCT award at the time of application).  There is no on call commitment with this post.

Interested applicants are invited to contact Dr Angela Barnicoat, Joint Head of Clinical Service for Genetics, by telephone on 020 7762 6845 Email 

All applicants should return their application forms electronically. To apply online, please go to the NHS Jobs Website quoting reference 271-MDL085MY. The Trust encourages applications from all sections of the community. 

We offer a range of flexible working patterns; contact us for more in-formation.

Confirmation of enhanced disclosure will be required before appointment.

For information, please visit the DBS website at

Closing date: 17 September 2017. Interview date: 17 October 2017.

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