1) Lead and direct activities of genetic counseling team
2) Write and report genetic test results
3) Participate in new test and technology development and implementation activities
4) Market genetic testing services
5) Participate in various research activities
6) Participate in the training of clinical laboratory fellows
7) Represent the laboratory at scientific and clinical meetings
8) Participate in insurance billing-related activities
1) Ability to write and report genetic test results
2) Knowledge of genetic testing technology
3) Excellent communication skills and interpersonal working skills
1) Office environment
1) Masters degree in genetic counseling from an accredited program
1) Minimum 3 years of experience working as a laboratory genetic counselor
2) Computer experience with data management and spreadsheet programs
1) ABGC board certification
2) Cover Letter
3) References (list of at least 3)
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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