Fox Chase Cancer Center- Temple Health has an opening for a full-time Cancer Genetic Counselor to join a vibrant team of genetic counselors, nurses, and medical oncologists working together to provide risk assessment and clinical follow up for individuals with or at risk for hereditary cancer syndromes. Applicants must be able to complete tasks independently, but also work well as part of an interdisciplinary team and have excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills. The Risk Assessment Program of Fox Chase also offers a rich educational environment that includes interdisciplinary conferences and tumor boards. Interested candidates will have opportunities for lecturing, student supervision, and teaching based on personal preference.
Fox Chase Cancer Center-Temple Health is located on the northeast border of Philadelphia and features an intimate and park-like campus with award winning clinical care and research. The Risk Assessment Program, with over 25 years of excellence, was one of the first hereditary cancer risk clinics in the nation.
At Fox Chase Cancer Center, we know the importance of a great start. Established in 1904, Fox Chase was the first cancer hospital in the United States, and is a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN). As an NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, we’ve won two Nobel Prizes, developed the hepatitis B vaccine – preventing millions of cancer deaths around the world – ...and discovered the first genetic link to cancer, which today is changing the future of cancer prevention, treatment, and survivorship.
Fox Chase Cancer Center is a special place filled with the excitement of world-class science, outstanding clinical research, and high quality patient care. At Fox Chase, people care about their work, their patients and their colleagues. Our campus-like research center is critical to creating and maintaining strong interactive research. We try hard to preserve informal, friendly and personal working relationships. We deal flexibly with our staff as individuals and encourage open communication.