The Indiana University Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics is excited to expand its clinical genetics services through a new precision medicine initiative funded by the Indiana University Grand Challenge award. We are seeking to hire genetic counselors with interest in cancer genetics and personalized medicine to help develop and implement this compelling new venture. We are hiring to join geneticists in providing genetic evaluation, counseling and follow up in IU Health Physicians’ Medical Genetics, Bone Dysplasia, and Genetics Outreach Clinics.
Candidates must have a Master’s degree from an accredited genetic counseling program and be board certified or board eligible. Indiana license is required. New grads are encouraged to apply to GC-I level positions; please see below for information.
GC I - This position will provide genetic counseling expertise to a newly developed pediatric cancer precision medicine program at Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) and Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health and will have a role in the clinical, research, education, and training missions of the program and the Departments of Medical and Molecular Genetics and Pediatrics. For details and to apply please go to https://jobs.iu.edu (posting # 01504P).
Candidates must have a Master’s degree from an accredited genetic counseling program and be board certified or board eligible. Indiana license is required.