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Embryologist - Atlantic Assisted Reproductive Therapies

Category: Science/Lab Professional
Province: Halifax, Nova Scotia
Position: Embryologist
Deadline: January 16, 2022
Posted: December 13, 2021
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Job Description / Duties

Reporting to the Laboratory Director, you will complete in-depth Andrology and Embryology training on AART’s policies and protocols. Once training is complete you will carry out various protocols and procedures including: lab aspects of in-vitro fertilization (IVF), embryo assessment, sperm function tests, sperm preparation for various assisted reproductive therapies, gamete cryostorage, lab organization, and lab maintenance. This requires close collaboration with the lab team, physicians, administrators and nurses. It also requires professional and compassionate communication with our patients. The physical capabilities for working in the lab require a combination of sitting, standing and walking.

Qualifications / Required Skills

• Bachelor’s degree in relevant biological science
• Minimum of two years’ clinical embryology experience required
• Fully trained as an Embryologist including ICSI, oocyte
cryopreservation, and trophectoderm biopsy
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• High level of accuracy and attention to detail
• Team player
• Ability to respond to tight deadlines

Additional Information

Please send your resume to info@aart.ca by January 16, 2022

Contact Information

info@aart.ca
902-404-8600 (phone)
902-404-8601 (fax)

Employer Profile

Are you an experienced Embryologist who would like to relocate to Atlantic Canada? If so, we would like you to apply for our full-time Embryologist position. AART is a small non-profit clinic and we are also a teaching and research clinic that is affiliated with the Dalhousie University Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

AART is located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, which is known for its relaxing lifestyle. Nova Scotians have access to 41 beaches on our 13,300 km coastline. Nova Scotia is an attractive place for families with both English and French public schools and 10 universities. Nova Scotia is driving distance to all Atlantic Canadian vacation destinations including the Cabot Trail in Cape Breton, NS and Prince Edward Island. Follow this link for more information about the benefits of living in Nova Scotia: – Choose NOVA SCOTIA (novascotiaimmigration.com)

AART’s employees have a full range of benefits that are the same as provincial healthcare workers through the Health Association of Nova Scotia including health, dental, defined benefit pension, and group life.