The Laboratoire national de santé (Luxembourg public institution) is recruiting a Medical-technical laboratory technician (m/f) in Genetics Ref ° 51500 for a full time (40 h/week) role and a one year (replacement maternity leave) contract at the National Center of Genetics in Hematooncogenetics
The Laboratoire national de santé (LNS) is a public institution operating under the supervision of the Ministry of Health in Luxembourg. The LNS is a multidisciplinary institute and comprises six medical disciplines, including pathology, clinical chemistry, microbiology, forensic medicine, health protection and genetics (www.lns.lu)
The LNS has its premises in Dudelange, with state of the art, modern infrastructure in line with recent developments in medical sciences.
Its objective is to develop scientific and analytical expertise related to the prevention, diagnosis and monitoring of human diseases. Its ultimate mission is to serve patients and citizens and offer excellence in health care.
The National Center of Genetics, at the Laboratoire national de santé, is responsible for human genetic care in Luxembourg. To strengthen our team, we are looking for committed employees with high professional competence and innovative ideas. We have a state-of-the-art laboratory, including an Illumina platform for next-generation sequencing.
The Hematooncogenetics Unit focuses on the hematological malignancies. The broad spectrum of methods includes cytogenetic, molecular cytogenetic (FISH), molecular genetics and if necessary microarray analyses.
Are you ready
… and would like to take on a varied, responsible job in a motivated team? Then we look forward to receiving your application in German or English.
For informal enquiries, please contact:
Dr.med Seval Türkmen, responsible of the Hematooncogenetics service by e-mail: Seval.Turkmen@lns.etat.lu or by phone: +352 28100450 /+352 621527956
If you meet the above profile and wish to apply, please submit your application (CV and Cover letter) via our website. Your application will be treated confidentiality.
At the final stages of the recruitment process, the successful candidate will be asked to provide supporting documentation such as, copies of diplomas and certificates of employment. An official criminal record (bulletin no.3) will also be required for consultation purpose.