Provides administrative coordination, management, implementation, and evaluation of the Family Cancer Risk Program. Provides genetic counseling for sporadic, familial, and heredity forms of cancer, including preparation of consultant and family members for genetic testing (pre- and post-disclosure and follow-up). Assists the physician in the evaluation of patients at risk for cancer. Act as a liaison and provides direction to the physicians for planning, implementation, protocol compliance, follow-up, and reporting of results of the genetic counseling.
Genetic Counselor Certification (ABGC) — must be presented at the time of interview.
Valid driver's license.
2-4 years of experience in oncology.
Successful candidate will demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with a team consisting of physicians, nurses, technicians, and supporting staff; have ability to communicate with all levels of hospital and cancer center personnel; demonstrate proficiency with computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint; have training in basic and advanced genetic counseling.
About St. Mary Medical Center St. Mary Medical Center offers an unbeatable combination: sophisticated work to challenge you, a beautiful campus to inspire you, and friendly people to make you feel right at home. Specialty service lines include the county's only state-accredited Trauma Center; the Heart Center, providing specialized cardiac services that include open heart surgery, TAVR, cardiac catheterization, and electrophysiology; a regional Cancer Center; orthopedics; and women's services. The Primary Stroke Center and Joint Replacement Center have earned disease-specific accreditation from the Joint Commission.
St. Mary Medical Center is an equal opportunity employer.