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1. REGIONAL MEDICAL PHYSICS SERVICE
*CLINICAL SCIENTISTS – RADIOTHERAPY PHYSICS*
* BAND 8a – DOSIMETRY BAND 8a - Research and Development*
Applications are invited for two Band 8a Clinical Scientist positions within the Radiotherapy Physics Service at the NI Cancer Centre, Belfast.
The Centre is equipped with 10 linear accelerators and has comprehensive imaging and brachytherapy facilities. The department is research active with close links to Queen’s University, Belfast.
Applicants must be a HCPC registered Clinical Scientist or achieve registration within 12 months of appointment and be able to act as a MPE in radiotherapy.
For the Dosimetry position, applicants must have significant post-graduate experience in medical physics predominantly in radiotherapy physics and have experience in the radiotherapy dosimetry process.
For the R&D position, applicants must have significant post-graduate experience in medical physics predominantly in radiotherapy physics and have evidence of R&D experience including having a record of dissemination and publication of scientific work.
Applications should be made on-line: https://www.hscrecruit.com/
Closing date is *4pm 1st February 2018*.
2. MEDICAL IMAGING AND MEDICAL PHYSICS, SHEFFIELD* *PRINCIPAL MR PHYSICIST/MRSE
Job Ref: 190-5417-LEG Salary: Band 7 £31,696 to £41,787 pa/pro rata for part time staff Hours : f/t 37.5 pw* The diagnostic Magnetic Resonance (MR) facilities within this large, acute, adult trust are looking to recruit a MR Physicist. Applications for this post are invited from registered (or close to registering) Clinical Scientists with experience in MR Imaging and Quality Assurance. As a member of the Radiology Physics Group the post holder will assist in the delivery and development of MR Quality Assurance, and delivering high quality scientific support to the multi-centre Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust’s NHS Magnetic Resonance (MR) Services and to other services beyond the Trust.
The Directorate of Medical Imaging and Medical Physics presently manages five installed whole-body 1.5T systems: Royal Hallamshire Hospital: 2 x 1.5T & 1 x 3T imaging systems performing neurological and general imaging; Weston Park: 1 x 1.5T Dedicated oncology hospital; Northern General
Hospital: 2 x 1.5 T A&E, Cardio-thoracic, vascular, orthopaedic, kidney and numerous other services. Three of these systems are in the process of being upgraded.
Medical Physics is one of a small number of academic directorates within the Trust and as such has a vision to deliver world-leading research, with a strong focus on grant income. We work closely with the University of Sheffield and are currently cooperating to support the development of PET-MR in Sheffield, which will be an integral part of our NIHR Biomedical Research Centre. We have a strategic aim to develop intra-operative MR in Sheffield and through our Accountable Care System /STP will be further developing our cross regional collaboration.
The emphasis of this post is to support and develop the provision of efficient, high-quality imaging within thi s major teaching hospital trust.
Importance is given to both high patient throughput and the ability to provide world-leading specialist imaging technique.
Applicants will possess an appropriate postgraduate qualification, have current registration with the Health Professions Council, and be able to demonstrate considerable relevant experience in the clinical imaging setting. Applications from candidates with less experience will be considered for appointment at a lower grade in the first instance.
You will be working for an organization, which values and respects all of its staff and the community it serves. The Trust is a leader in the NHS and research sectors and provides excellent benefits for its staff. This includes commitments to professional development but also many policies to support employees in balancing their personal and professional lives.
Closing Date: *16th February 2018*.
3. CONSULTANT MEDICAL PHYSICIST
Medical Physics 37.5 Hours per week Band 8D* The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust is seeking an experienced and motivated individual, to lead our very well developed Medical Physics Service. This exciting opportunity has arisen, due to the forthcoming retirement of the current long standing post holder.
The successful candidate will have scientific, managerial and budgetary responsibility for the medical physics department, which provides a diverse range of services including nuclear medicine, radiopharmacy, stable isotope breath tests, vascular tests and the major services of cardiac physiology and respiratory physiology.
The successful candidate will be HCPC State Registered and an experienced MPE having extensive knowledge and expertise in nuclear medicine physics and a thorough knowledge and understanding of relevant legislation and practice. The candidate will have the strong organisational skills and proven leadership qualities required to lead and manage a substantial and wide-ranging clinical service and will have the ability to develop and implement new clinical activities.
The Medical Physics Department currently undertakes over 40000 examinations, procedures and clinics annually, and has approximately 50 individual members of staff. This comprises of two clinical scientists (this post and cardiac devices lead), nuclear medicine technologists, clinical physiologists, healthcare science support staff, and administrative staff.
The nuclear medicine department is equipped with two gamma cameras (one
SPECT/CT) plus processing workstations, sample counter and ancillary equipment. It provides a full range of diagnostic nuclear medicine imaging and non-imaging tests, a visiting mobile PET/CT service and an on-site radiopharmacy with MHRA “Specials” manufacturing license. The service is also supported by a consultant radiologist with special interest in nuclear medicine.
The post-holder would be expected to provide scientific support for nuclear medicine, acting as Medical Physics Expert for the service, and would be expected to undertake any formal registration or accreditation process required by forthcoming legislation. Any suitably qualified successful applicants would also be appointed as Radiation Protection Adviser for unsealed sources, Radioactive Waste Adviser, and would also be named as responsible for Quality Assurance on the radio phar macy MHRA license.
The physiological science services constitute a major part of the department’s work. The cardiac physiology service provides a full range of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures including echocardiography and a cardiac device service. The department will shortly commence providing implantation and follow-up of advanced cardiac devices in a shared service arrangement with Sheffield Teaching Hospitals. The respiratory physiology service provides respiratory diagnostics and therapeutics including sleep diagnostics and CPAP therapy.
Applicants are actively encouraged to visit the department, and meet our friendly teams ahead of the interviews, which are expected to be in mid-late January.
Closing Date: *7th February 2018*.