Unique opportunity to participate in and support a growing cancer genetic counseling and prevention program as part of Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven.
The mission of the program is to provide outstanding integrated patient care while keeping the academic commitment to ongoing learning, teaching, and research in different aspects of cancer genetics
Locations: both may include travel to other satellite locations
Smilow Cancer Hospital at St Francis – Hartford, CT
Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven – New Haven , CT
Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven is a designated comprehensive cancer center
State of the art program that includes physician leaders specializing in hereditary cancers
Diverse patient populations from varied socioeconomic backgrounds and with a variety of hereditary cancers including kidney, endocrine and pediatric
Locations/satellites range from large academic medical centers, to small and medium sized community hospitals, to care centers/satellites throughout the state
Collaborative, supportive, and respectful team environment including GCs with a range of experience (from new graduates to 15+ years) and physicians - all team members are valued for knowledge and expertise
Ongoing learning and support through regularly scheduled combined GC and MD research meetings, programmatic meetings and journal club (including a seminar series approved for category 1 CEUs)
Electronic family history software integrating to our EMR EPIC
Comprehensive Benefits including:
Annual merit increase program
Opportunity for annual reward bonus
Performance Incentive Plan bonus– as part of hospital-wide program
If you are interested in being considered for either of these opportunities, please forward a resume or CV to email@example.com,Or you can go to our careers website. If you do have a preference for position, please indicate that in your cover letter.
The Smilow Cancer Hospital Cancer Genetics and Prevention Program, a multidisciplinary service affiliated with the NCI designated Yale Cancer Center, is seeking qualified Genetic Counselors interested in working in a state of the art program that includes physician leaders specializing in different cancer pathologies that have a hereditary component. The mission of the program is to provide outstanding integrated patient care while keeping the academic commitment to teaching and performing research in different aspects of cancer genetics
Master's Degree in Genetic Counseling or Human Genetics from an ACGC Accredited Program.
One year of experience as a genetic counselor in an oncology setting preferred. Research experience is a plus.
Board eligibility by the American Board of Genetic Counseling (ABGC) or American Board of Medical Genetics (ABMG) required; certification preferred.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Able to work in a team focused approach.
Internal Number: 61362
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