Clinical Fellow in PET Imaging
£31,931 to £46,215 per annum
Plus £2,162 London Allowance
The PET Imaging Centre at St Thomas’ has an opening for an enthusiastic and flexible full time Clinical Fellow beginning in June 2018. The post would be suitable for a person who has recently finished training or is soon to complete training in Nuclear Medicine or Radiology with a subspecialist interest in Radionuclide Radiology.
This is a busy clinical post intended to provide day to day medical cover for the service and will involve vetting, supervision and reporting of a range of PET-CT and PET-MR studies to cover oncology, neurology and cardiac applications. The post holder will be actively involved in clinical studies but also some research studies undertaken predominantly within the PET Imaging Centre. The post holder will also participate in preparation and presentation of cases within multidisciplinary meetings.
The post holder is expected to hold a MBBS or equivalent and CCT in Nuclear Medicine or radiology with subspecialty interest in Radionuclide Radiology or equivalent (or within 6 months of attainment at time of application). You should be highly motivated, work well within a multidisciplinary team, and be able to work to clinical and scientific deadlines. In addition you should be able to work without close supervision and plan as well as prioritise your workload.
The selection process will include a panel interview including competency based questions.
Interviews are scheduled to be held in February 2018.
For an informal discussion to find out more about the role please contact Victoria Warbey, Victoria.firstname.lastname@example.org
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18 February 2018
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