BDI Resourcing is seeking an international doctor for a Consultant General Radiology post within a brilliant NHS Trust in Scotland.
You will be located within a major UK city with access to the beautiful countryside.
The department will provide you with full CESR support to aid you on getting into the Specialist Register.
This post requires full FRCR and a pass in IELTS/OET to evidence your English language skills.
BDI Resourcing are searching for an international doctor to fill a General Radiologist Consultant position within a highly reputable NHS Trust in Scotland.
We are looking for an outstanding, forward-looking radiologist to join our friendly team of 22 consultant radiologists (18.9 wte), comprising 14 general, 4 musculoskeletal and 4 interventional radiologists.
The successful applicant will provide a full range of radiology including CT, MRI, plain film, ultrasound and fluoroscopy. Participation in orthopaedic, rheumatology and sarcoma multidisciplinary team meetings is also expected. There will also be a component of general cross-sectional radiology within the job plan. The postholder will be part of the registrar supported on-call for general radiology (currently 1 in 10.5).
The Trust has a justified reputation as a friendly and supportive place to work with good relationships between management and clinical staff, our Radiology department epitomises this work ethic
The Radiology Directorate is well known for its successful and long established 7-day radiology service and flexible consultant working rota. The Trust is committed to modernisation and in recent years the Radiology department has benefitted from investment in both Radiologist staffing and equipment.
Must have FRCR
BDI resourcing are seeking an international doctor to fill the position of General Radiology Consultant in a Scottish NHS Trust.
This is an exciting opportunity for either a new consultant or someone with prior consultant experience to join a supportive team consisting of four established Interventional Radiologists, 7 specialist radiographers, 7 specialist nurses, 1 HCA and clerical staff.
The Radiology Service covers the whole trust and the radiology team contribute to service provision at the Hospital with occasional cross site working. The successful candidate will demonstrate a commitment to diagnostic and interventional radiology and be an active member of the interventional team
The successful candidate will be required to contribute to the general workload including plain film, CT and ultrasound. MR reporting will be encouraged if suitably trained. We will also encourage and support development towards any special interests such as Oncology / MSK / GI Radiology / Urology and Breast.
FRCR is required.