Association of Anatomical Pathology Technology


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Anatomical Pathology Technologist

Camden, London

An opportunity has arisen for a qualified APT, with experience of working in a mortuary. The successful applicant will take personal responsibility for delivering the full range of mortuary activities.

You will take responsibility for delivering a full range of mortuary activities and take personal responsibility for the undertaking of all duties related to admission, identification, and safe storage of deceased bodies for postmortem in accordance with the services procedures. 

You will assist pathologists with postmortem examinations in-line with protocols, including high-risk cases when required and work out of hours on forensic cases as and when required.  You will work under the Human Tissue Authority (HTA) License supporting the designated individual.

Anatomical Pathology Technologist/Senior Anatomical Pathology Technlogist

The Public and Forensic Science Centre, Bradford

The Public and Forensic Science Centre is a facility operated by Bradford Council on behalf of HM Coroner (for the local authority areas of Bradford, Kirklees and Calderdale).  It provides state of the art mortuary and forensic post mortem facilities. 
The Council’s Imaging Autopsy Centre is able to undertake minimally invasive digital autopsies to seek to determine cause of death. It is the first such local authority facility in the country and we are proud of pioneering this innovation. You will be required to assist in all aspects of minimally invasive digital autopsy procedures at the direction of the radiographer.
The Centre works in close partnership with the local community to ensure that the needs of all communities are met.
We are looking for technically proficient, compassionate and flexible technologists who consistently work to high standards. 
Applicants must be willing to participate fully and flexibly in the technologist on-call service outside core operational hours, including at weekends and on bank holidays. A driving licence is required. 
Applicants should possess a Certificate in Anatomical Pathology Technology or Level 3 Health Care Science (Anatomical Pathology Technology) or to be considered to paid at Senior APT (S02) Diploma in Anatomical Pathology Technology or Level 4 Diploma in Healthcare Science (Anatomical Pathology Technology). 

Anatomy Centre Technician

Anglia Ruskin University

We’re looking for an Anatomy Centre Technician to provide efficient and flexible administrative and technical support for our new School of Medicine. Working closely with academic and clinical staff, you’ll support them in the smooth running of the Anatomy Centre, setting up and preparing all equipment and consumables in advance of practical sessions.  You will help with embalming, maintaining the specialist teaching equipment and assist the Director of the Anatomy Centre in the day to day running of our practical teaching areas. Full training will be provided on specialist teaching equipment.

With a degree, part qualified in a relevant professional qualification or relevant extensive experience, you’ll have experience within a technical role, providing technical support and will have worked in a customer focussed role. With good organisational, interpersonal and customer service skills, you’ll be able to work with people at all levels, to prioritise a varied workload and will have a positive approach to change.