Current Vacancies

Paediatric Sonographer


Attractive package and benefits

Working as part of a multi-disciplinary imaging team, the Paediatric Sonographer, under the supervision of the Manager - Sonography, performs the operational activities pertaining to the ultrasound imaging services to ensure delivery of a high quality Diagnostic imaging service. The ultrasound imaging service provides inpatient and outpatient diagnostic and interventional sonography procedures on paediatric patients on a referral basis and conducts medical research. Through the production of high quality images, the Paediatric Sonographer is responsible to ensure a high standard of service is continually provided to all patients, parents and other hospital staff as prescribed in the patient care and facility standards.

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Higher Research Scientist - Medical Ultrasound


£30,000 - £35,000

A permanent vacancy exists for a Higher Research Scientist to work in the Ultrasound and Underwater Acoustics Group within the ultrasound area. The main project focus areas are related to quantitative imaging and elastography, with a strong emphasis on novel research leading to the development of standardised characterisation methods that will support existing and emerging clinical applications. A strong track record in the area, together with a good publications record is important.

The successful candidate will have a PhD/MSc level qualification in Physics, Medical Physics or equivalent and will have at least 3 years’ experience in this area. A good working knowledge of the operation of the various types of ultrasound imaging system in medical use, with direct experience in developing systems to acquire, analyse and present ultrasound imaging data, is an advantage. Software skills will include MATAB and/or LabView.

The role involves practical research, and requires a careful, methodical approach and attention to detail. The ability to problem solve and propose appropriate solutions, along with an understanding of the underlying physical principles is also important.

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