The work we do at Anthony Nolan saves the lives of people with blood cancer, and we want you to join team of Clinical Scientists to help us continue to make a difference.
If you’re HCPC registered and have experience in Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics (H&I) then we want to talk to you.
Are you looking to work at the forefront of science in the field of H&I? We have state of the art facilities in our Labs that supports four of the UK’s largest HSCT programmes and works in partnership with the Royal Free Hospital facilitating their renal transplant programme. We also perform HLA typing for disease association along with other immunological testing.
Sound interesting? Get in touch and we can arrange for you to take a tour of our labs and see it first-hand!
Get out of the drudgery of 9am – 5:30pm and get your work/life balance back. We can offer you flexibility in the hours you start/finish.
You’ll be joining the wider team of people doing great things to change the lives of people with blood cancer. At Anthony Nolan, whether you work in research, labs, fundraising, finance, etc., you’ll have the chance to contribute to projects and activities both professionally and socially. From picnics on Hampstead Heath, to our various sports clubs and even a cheese tasting club; there’s always something going on and something new to get involved with.
If you’re interested in applying, want to learn a bit more about the work we do, or you want to come visit our labs, get in contact with James Peat, our Clinical Scientist Supervisor. James.firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are a couple of testimonials from our current group of Clinical Scientists:
“I started working at Anthony Nolan in September 2012, after completing my BSHI at the Royal London Hospital. I achieved my HCPC state registration the following year and will always be appreciative of the help and support that the Anthony Nolan has provided during this time. Since starting as a trainee Clinical Scientist I have progressed to supervisor level and am grateful to be given this opportunity. I believe the Anthony Nolan is a unique charity with great staff that are truly passionate about the work that they do in helping patients that need HSCT.”
“Anthony Nolan H&I laboratories has offered the opportunities to use current technology and develop leadership skills in a stimulating and exciting environment. The charity is very flexible and the work life balance suits my responsibilities”
“I come from a European country and I have been working as a Clinical Scientist at Anthony Nolan for the past 7 years now. During this period, I have been involved with ground-breaking projects involving Research and Bioinformatics departments and I also took actively part in fundraising events like the London Marathon and the Daisy Ball, learning a lot from every non-scientific divisions. It’s a very stimulating environment where state-of-the-art technology is used with the common goal of saving patient’s lives. There is no mandatory on-call rota, the time flexibility allows to have a great work/life balance and the atmosphere is very friendly and familiar. In 2018 I also obtained an internal promotion as TGS Clinical Scientist Lead. I would recommend everyone to apply for a Clinical Scientist position at Anthony Nolan!”
What’s in it for you?
- Work at the forefront of the H&I field, using state of the art equipment that isn’t used anywhere else in the UK
- A competitive salary + the option to work on-call hours on top
- Flexible working hours – Our core hours are 10am-4pm
- 27 days annual leave, pension scheme, childcare vouchers, access to a 24-hour Employee Assistance counselling
- A stimulating work environment full of opportunities to learn and develop
- Life Assurance of four times annual salary
- Travel season ticket loan, Cycle to work Scheme
- And more! (full list of benefits available on website)
Release your remarkable, join our team and give someone a chance of life.
Anthony Nolan is an equal opportunities & living wage accredited employer
All applicants must be able to demonstrate the right to work in the UK
You may have experience of the following: Clinical Scientist, Biomedical, Histocompatibility, HLA, Immunogenetics, HCPC, Haematology, Immunology, IBMS. NHS, etc