Our UH health system cares for more than a million patients a year, one patient at a time. You chose a career in nursing because you wanted to help; to improve lives, including your own; and to have real impact. When it comes to choosing the perfect place to share and grow your talents, you deserve to be among those who share your passion and dedication too. That’s us.
Join Us and Be the difference in Advancing the Science of Health and the Art of Compassion.
We combine the best of evidence-based nursing with personalized care to provide the best healing experience for those we serve. The result is a different level of patient-focused healthcare and a different caliber of opportunity for our nurses.
The Center for Human Genetics is a large comprehensive program that combines the clinical arms of University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center (UHCMC) and the Department of Genetics and Genome Sciences at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) School of Medicine. Become a member of a growing clinical team consisting of 7 genetic counselors, 9 clinical medical geneticists, 2 obstetrical geneticists, 1 cytogeneticist, 1 molecular geneticist, nutritionist, and various support staff. The Center for Human Genetics provides clinical services in the areas of Prenatal, Pediatric, Metabolic, Prader-Willi syndrome, Cancer, Marfan syndrome, Craniofacial Disorders, Cardiogenetics, Adult Genetics, Hemophilia, Sickle Cell, Hearing Loss, and Neurogenetics. The Department has an accredited Genetic Counselor Training Program with eight students per year. We also have two Genetic Counselors who are the recipients of the Linda Vinney Endowed Directors of Genetic Counseling, the first such endowed positions in genetic counseling in the USA.
We are expanding and will have 3 exciting clinical genetic counseling positions available to provide genetic counseling in any of the above clinical areas, based on interest.
Positions include a faculty appointment at CWRU utilizing your skills as an educator, mentor and supervisor for CWRU genetic counseling students, residents, and medical students. Opportunities to participate in research are numerous as the Center is a bridge department between CWRU and UHCMC enabling opportunities from bench work to clinical care. Salary and benefits are competitive.
Masters degree from an accredited training program in genetic counseling.
Board certified or active candidate status by the American Board of Genetic Counseling.
EXPERIENCE and KNOWLEDGE:
Genetic counseling experience preferred.
NEW GRADUATES ENCOURAGED TO APPLY!!
Equal Opportunity Employer – minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity.