Research Scientist – Haematology

Location

CHI @ Crumlin

Duration of Post

Specified Purpose

Campaign Reference

146294

Closing Date

26th August 2022

Research Scientist – Haematology

Purpose of the Role:

The post holder will be part of the specialised paediatric flow cytometry team in CHI at Crumlin and will be involved in the development of assays to monitor malignancy with the advent of newly available therapeutics.

The National Children’s Cancer Service (NCCS) at CHI at Crumlin is one of the largest paediatric blood and cancer centres in Europe and the second largest contributor to the UK Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group clinical trials.  The NCCS incorporates the National Centre for Paediatric Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation (HSCT) and Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR) T Cell Therapies.  CHI at Crumlin is a leading centre in Ireland for the conduct of Clinical Trials and Research Innovation in the treatment of children and young adults. 

Essential Criteria:

Candidates must, on the latest date for receiving completed application forms for the post, Possess as a minimum:

A) Bachelor in Science (Applied Science) Honours degree;                                                                                                       

Desirable Criteria:

  • Expertise in Flow Cytometry would be an advantage
  • Paediatric Flow Cytometry experience is desirable
  • Haematological diagnostic and monitoring of malignancy is an integral part of this research post.
  • Knowledge of research methods and statistics
  • Knowledge of clinical trials and particularly CAR-T therapeutics and monitoring
  • Experience in writing articles for peer reviewed journals

How to Apply and Informal Enquiries:

Please note that you must submit a cover letter with your CV, this forms part of your application and CV’s will not be accepted without a detailed cover letter. Please click here for a copy of the job description for this post.

The closing date for submissions of CV’s and letter of application is Friday 26th August 2022 by 23:59pm.  Applications must be completed through the advertised post on CHI.jobs by clicking ‘Apply for Job’.

Applications will not be accepted through direct email or any other method.

For informal enquiries for this specialty/department, please contact: Sean Rooney, Chief Medical Scientist; sean.rooney@olchc.ie  01-4096432

For other queries relating to this recruitment process, please contact recruitment@nchg.ie

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CHI provides a comprehensive benefits package to meet your needs through your work life and beyond:

  • Excellent Annual Leave entitlement
  • Pension Scheme
  • Sick Pay Scheme
  • Monthly Health & Wellbeing Activities
  • Subsidised Canteen
  • Access to excellent public transport at all CHI sites
  • Bike to Work
  • Tax Saver Travel Scheme
  • On-site Banking
  • Choirs/Musical Society
  • Running Clubs/ Walking Groups
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Lunch and Learns

CHI provides a comprehensive benefits package to meet your needs through your work life and beyond:

  • Excellent Annual Leave entitlement
  • Pension Scheme
  • Sick Pay Scheme
  • Monthly Health & Wellbeing Activities
  • Access to first-rate postgraduate programmes/Educational Assistance
  • Subsidised Canteen
  • Access to excellent public transport at all CHI sites
  • Bike to Work
  • Tax Saver Travel Scheme
  • On-site Banking
  • Choirs/Musical Society
  • Running Clubs/ Walking Groups
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Lunch and Learns