Higher Research Scientist - Medical Ultrasound
Closing Date: 29th April 2017
£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.
Full details can be found here
Senior Lecturer in Ultrasound
Job Ref: 012017-28-R
Location: Birmingham City University, City South Campus
Closing Date: 2nd May
Salary: £35,101 - £47,177
At Birmingham City University, we’re dedicated to providing our students with the very best learning, teaching and support opportunities to help them develop both professionally and personally.
That’s why we’re looking for people like you to join us and share your enthusiasm and expertise with the next generation of sonographers.
This is an exciting time in ultrasound education at BCU. The role offers the opportunity to support the student learning of practical ultrasound using top of the range Ultrasound ScanTrainers, ultrasound scanner and ultrasound simulator within our impressive skills and simulation suite that is currently being expanded.
You will take an active role in, and take responsibility for, the development and coordination of learning and teaching within postgraduate and undergraduate courses, as well as assessment of students.
BCU courses are practice based, knowledge applied with a focus on excellence for employment. You will therefore have current Ultrasound experience, with relevant post registration ultrasound qualification(s) and have experience of teaching and supporting learners in a clinical setting.
Secondments will be considered.
Closing Date: Tuesday 2nd May 2017
Interview Date: Thursday 18th May 2017
For an informal discussion about the role (in particular working arrangements) or to arrange a visit, please contact Helen White, Head of Department -Radiography on 0121 202 4255 or email Helen.White@bcu.ac.uk
For more information about applying and for the job description for the post, please see the current vacancies on the BCU website: http://jobs.bcu.ac.uk/
Alternatively if you require the application in a different format please contact the Human Resources Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0121 331 6693.
Birmingham City University seeks to be a single status employer and benefits include up to 32 days annual holiday, an index linked contributory pension scheme and an employee medical scheme.
Birmingham City University is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Sonographer Band 7
Job Ref: RAD/16/23/R2
Location: University Hospitals Division, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Directorate of Clinical Radiology
Closing Date: 5th May
Salary: £31,696 - £41,787
Full time: 37.5 hours per week
The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh is a large teaching hospital and Tertiary referral centre for the Lothian region.
An opportunity has arisen for suitably qualified Ultrasonographer to join our busy but friendly team. This post will be primarily based in the Ultrasound Department at the Royal Infirmary.
There will a mixed workload of general abdominal (including testes), gynaecology and obstetrics ultrasound. Vascular and musculoskeletal experience would be an advantage but not essential.
Rotation to satellite clinics and Primary Care sites is expected and there will be a commitment to weekend work.
The department provides training to undergraduate students, medical staff and other health professionals. CPD is actively encouraged.
This post would suit a highly motivated Ultrasonographer who wishes to become part of a successful multidisciplinary team.
Applications are invited from holders of a DMU or PgDIP in Medical Ultrasound. You must have current HCPC or equivalent registration.
For further information please contact Brenda Ormiston on 0131 242 2803 or Stephen Evans on 0131 242 2783.
Full details can be found here
Radiology in Jersey
Closing Date: 26th May
Salary: £45,612 - £50,261
Jersey sits between England and France in the English Channel and offers its residents a great quality of life with everything you want within easy reach of where you live. Working in Jersey offers you the opportunity to pursue your career whilst enjoying the benefits of an island lifestyle.
Jersey General Hospital is a 280 bed district general hospital. The Radiology Department undertakes DR/CR general radiology, fluoroscopic and interventional procedures, ultrasound, MR, CT and Mammography. We have a fully integrated PACS system and a comprehensive equipment replacement programme. CPD is encouraged and supported with attendance at both in-house and off-island training courses.
Due to a departmental restructure Jersey Health and Social Services are looking to recruit into the following positions:
GENERAL SONOGRAPHER (UK Band 8 equivalent)
£45,612 - £50,261 (plus on-call payments)
OBSTETRIC ULTRASONOGRAPHER (UK Band 8 equivalent)
£45,612 - £50,261
Closing date: 26-May-2017
Sonographers - Part-Time, Full-time, Contractors and Bank Posts Available
Job Ref: VAC89
Location: Nationwide, predominately South East and London
Salarey: Highly Competitive
Physiological Measurements Ltd is a fast growing and successful provider of NHS Community Diagnostic Services. Set up in 2005 by Andrew Honeyman and Jonathon Pither, both clinical physiologists by background.
We are proud to be a 2016 Medilink finalist for our partnership with the NHS. Visit www.Physiologicalmeasurements.com to find out more.
There has never been a better time to join the PML team!
Working with PML
We are looking for experienced individuals who are enthusiastic and highly motivated to join our Consultant Radiologist led Community Diagnostics teams.
You will have HPC registration and hold an appropriate post graduate qualification in medical ultrasound. You will work as part of a multidisciplinary team with the capability of autonomous practice and independent Advanced Practitioner reporting.
You will be expected to perform ultrasound examinations including general abdominal, pelvic, TV and superficial imaging. There are also opportunities available for individuals competent and qualified to perform MSK and advanced Vascular ultrasound.
You will be expected to support both the service and staff in maintaining and developing a high quality service provision, whilst delivering clinical excellence.
We offer highly competitive salaries and benefits, and are committed to working with you to progress your personal development.
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