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Western Isles Hospital, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, HS1 2AF Lead Biomedical Scientist Blood Sciences Band 7 (£31,696 - £41,787) Plus Distant Islands Allowance - £975 Permanent post 37.5 hours per week Would you like to experience the challenge of working in a unique, remote and rural location in the UK? The Clinical Laboratory Service of the Western Isles NHS Board is seeking an experienced Biomedical Scientist who would like to join our small, friendly and dynamic team to lead and develop the Blood Sciences Laboratory at the Western Isles Hospital, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis. The post holder will have experience in either haematology or biochemistry and duties will include rotation in blood transfusion. Participation in the blood sciences and blood transfusion on-call rota is a requirement of the post. The Western Isles Hospital is located in Stornoway in the Western Isles, situated off the north-west coast of Scotland. The island provides an excellent environment in which to live and work with low pollution, housing costs and crime rates. Outdoor pursuits are easily accessed; the islands are un-spoilt with unique culture, wildlife and amazing scenery (Visit the website www.visithebrides.com for more information). This post is eligible for relocation expenses. For an informal discussion please contact Ian Gilbert, Laboratory Manager on 01851 708112. All NHS Western Isles vacancies appear on the SHOW website: www.jobs.scot.nhs.uk along with a job description and an application form. Gheibhear bileag-tagraidh agus dealbh-obrach bho Roinn Feachd-obrach, Ospadal nan Eilean Siar, Rathad MhicAmhlaigh, Steòrnabhagh, Eilean Leòdhais HS1 2AF. Fòn: 01851 762005 or 762027. Return completed application form in Word Format to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to; Human Resources Department, Western Isles Hospital, Macaulay Road, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis HS1 2AF. Tel: 01851 762027 or 762005. Closing Date: 16th December 2016 Job ref: SW999/HSS/WI1710a/SH
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