We are looking for a Consultant Radiologist with an interest in Paediatric Radiology.
The successful applicant will join an estbalished cohesive team of Paediatric Radiologists in delivering acute and elective imaging in both specialist areas in General Radiology and Paediatric imaging services.
A major refurbishment programme of all Trust MRI and CT scanners has recently been completed ensuring the latest technology is available.
The service has strong links to academic and other radiology departments; the opportunity to be involved in research is available for interested candidates.
BDI Resourcing need a Consultant Radiologist with a specialist interest in Paediatric Radiology to join a London NHS Trust.
This is a replacement post, primarily to support the Paediatric and Neonatal Services for the population served by the Trust, but with a commitment to general Radiology workload.
The successful candidate will be expected, in conjunction with their colleagues, to provide a comprehensive radiology service to the London NHS Trust.
The post may be flexible to some degree based on workload and activity. Team work is very important.
The post holder will support and work closely with the Clinical Director, Radiology Head of Service, Lead Nurse and Radiology Operational Managers.
In addition, he/she will be required to:
BDI Resourcing are seeking a motivated, hard-working and friendly international doctor for a Consultant Interventional Radiology post located in a North West of England NHS Trust.
The hospital is located within a major UK city, with excellent transportation links to the rest of the country and excellent-quality schools.
Applications are invited for a Consultant Interventional Radiology post to support a sustained increase in the Interventional Radiology service at a Midlands NHS Trust. The expansion is to meet increased demand for elective and emergency IR services.
All Consultants are expected to contribute a proportion of their time to the General departmental workload and provision of a second subspecialty is encouraged but not mandatory.
Out-of-hours responsibilities, including participation in the Consultant Interventional Radiology on-call rota.
Cover for colleagues' annual leave and other authorised absences.
Professional supervision and management of junior medical staff.
Contribution to undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing medical education activity.
Participation in medical audit, the Trust’s Clinical Governance processes and in CPD.
Managerial responsibilities where appropriate.
To maintain a safe and healthy environment for patients, visitors and staff.
To ensure that all duties are carried out to the highest possible standard, and in accordance with current quality initiatives within the department and the area of work.
To comply with the IR(ME)R 2000.
To comply with the requirement of the Data Protection Act 1998, in line with the Trust’s policies.
Responsibility for undertaking the administrative duties associated with the care of patients and the administration of the department.
We are currently looking for an enthusasitic and dynamic team player for the appointment of a full-time, Permanent Consultant Radiologist with an interest in Thoracic imaging at a South West hospital's imaging department.
1.The post holder will be a member of the thoracic radiology team based in Wythenshawe hospital but supporting the whole Trust, acting as a source of advice for consultant colleagues and general practitioners.
2. Develop good working relationships with professional colleagues within the Radiology Department, the Trust, primary care and with Regional Specialty colleagues.
3. Support Trainees, Radiographers and Sonographers in delivering the thoracic radiology service to patients.
4. Adopt, where relevant, the guidelines and protocols produced by the Royal College of Radiologists and local approved Trust guidelines.
5. Will be responsible for presenting the results of radiological investigations, or ensuring that colleagues present those results to required MDTs.
6. With Thoracic Service Leads, and other senior staff in radiology, the post holder will determine the department’s direction with reference to Trust tertiary services and patient needs.
7. Will participate in the 1 in 12 consultant-led on-call service in Radiology which is being re-designed as part of the merger of UHSM and CMFT.
The salary scale is as per the Terms & Conditions of Service as set out in the Consultant Contract 2003. The current scale is £76,761 rising to £103,490 per annum, for 10 programmed activities per week. Any agreed extra programmed activities, and on-call requirement will be paid in addition to the basic salary.
Pay progression will be on the anniversary of appointment and is subject to satisfactory participation in annual appraisal, the completion of a job plan review and agreed personal objectives as set out in Schedule 15 of the Terms and Conditions.
Starting salary will be determined according to the terms and conditions as per the Consultant Contract 2003. Where a candidate has service in or outside the NHS which they feels should be taken into account in determining the starting salary, this will be considered following the offer of appointment by the AAC.
Your annual leave entitlement is as per Schedule 18 of the Terms and Conditions. At least six weeks’ notice is required before taking annual leave. Numbers of Years of Completed Service as a Consultant.
The NHS has a strong need of Radiologists across the entire UK.
If you are an international Radiologist with an interest in Breast imaging then apply today by sending your CV to us.
Joining the NHS is an excellent opportunity to join a first-class healthcare system, it will give you the opportunity to join an active, friendly and hard-working team and the chance to develop your career and experience.