An opportunity has arisen for an Andrologist to work within the Andrology Department of the Doctors Laboratory (TDL) located at 76 Wimpole Street, London W1G 9RT. TDL is a CPA accredited diagnostic laboratory offering a comprehensive range of diagnostic services to doctors, including fertility specialists and other healthcare professionals.
You will be required to perform semen analysis, post vasectomy semen analysis, determination of retrograde ejaculation, sperm swim-ups etc. and preparation of samples for sperm DNA fragmentation and aneuploidy. You will also assist in developing and validating new diagnostic tests where appropriate. The position involves liaising with both patients and healthcare professionals on a daily basis.
Duties include booking appointments, preparing patient rooms, receiving, analysing and reporting the results of semen samples submitted for analysis and ensuring that the highest levels of quality and service are maintained.
Involvement with Quality processes will be key, such as monitoring internal and external quality assurance schemes, ensuring optimal storage of all samples and other data as required by the CPA/TDL, and liaising with TDL’s Quality Management Group during audits and helping to implement the required action. The role will include using computerised reporting systems
You should be a HCPC-registered biomedical or clinical scientist, with a science degree or equivalent, and have experience of working within the healthcare field, with report writing experience, and be fully familiar with the purpose and day-to-day laboratory organisation of the TDL Andrology service.
For further information, please contact Aideen Killeen by email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to formally apply for this position, please complete an application form which you can download from the careers page on our website (http://www.tdlpathology.com/contact-us/careers-at-tdl/) and send to email@example.com along with a copy of your CV quoting reference number AN2409.
Closing date: 9th April 2017