You’ll become a key team member, working as part of a motivated team with the opportunity to build your skills and career as a Pathology technician across both teaching and research. You’ll be responsible for preparing the laboratory facilities and cadaver materials for students, involving setting up equipment, preparing models and assisting lecturers as they deliver teaching and you’ll be supporting students as they work through their practical learning activities. There’s lots of variety, lots of interaction with students, academics and research colleagues, along with collection of materials from Suppliers using the University vehicle and a small amount of administration work.
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual with a genuine interest in science and a practical approach to work. You will be familiar with working in a laboratory environment and dealing with cadaver materials, and this may have been through your own education or through practical laboratory-based work experience or working within the meat industry. Training will be in place to support and develop you in the role. A degree or formal technical qualification is not essential.
In addition to salary you will receive a generous annual leave entitlement, a great pension, discount to Surrey Sports Park, childcare assistance and excellent development opportunities.
If you are enthusiastic, keen to join the University and are motivated to do things differently and open up a world of new possibilities, we would be delighted to hear from you. For an informal discussion about the role, please contact:
Pathology Laboratory Manager, Katy Walker email@example.com
Or Technical Services Manager, Jon Cooper Jonathan.Cooper@Surrey.ac.uk
How to Apply
Please apply through the University of Surrey website: