The Department of Pediatrics at the University of Rochester has an opening for a Certified Genetic Counselor. Our active clinical programs include a general genetics clinic, cardiogenetics clinic and craniofacial clinic. We are particularly interested in candidates with prior experience in counseling pediatric genetics and biochemical genetics patients.
Successful candidates are expected to share the clinical responsibilities of the Division of Pediatric Genetics with another genetic counselor in the Division. Teaching of medical students and residents is expected in the School of Medicine and Dentistry. Candidates should have a Master’s degree in Genetic Counseling from an American Board of Genetic Counseling (ABGC) Accredited Program, as should have passed the ABGC certification exam, or plan to take this exam within the next year. Applicants should have excellent communication skills in regards to both patients and colleagues, enjoy working with children of all ages, and be capable of utilizing electronic medical record systems.
How to apply:
All applicants must apply on-line. In addition, applicants should submit a current Curriculum Vitae, 3 referee letter and a short statement of career goals - please submit to - firstname.lastname@example.org
Review of application will begin immediately; for consideration, all materials should be submitted by December 31st, 2019.
The University of Rochester, an Equal Opportunity Employer, has a strong commitment to diversity and actively encourages applications from candidates from groups underrepresented in high education.
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About Golisano Children's Hospital/University of Rochester
Golisano Children’s Hospital employs more than 200 pediatric specialists and provides a spectrum of care that spans more than 40 specialty areas, serving the more than 85,000 children and their families each year. It serves as the referral center for all seriously ill or injured children from the 17-county Finger Lakes region and beyond. Our missions are to provide comprehensive care for children and their families, educate future pediatricians and pediatric specialists, and perform progressive research that will lead to the medical breakthroughs of tomorrow