Software Architect

BrainMiner Ltd

Following a significant SBRI award, BrainMiner Ltd a UCL spin-out is developing quantitative imaging analysis software to improve dementia diagnosis. The team is now being established to take the prototype software and implement it to medical device standards and achieve a CE mark in 12 months. We need a skilled software architect to co-lead the software development. Working alongside skilled software developers, clinicians and others you will play a leading role in developing the software systems from requirements gathering, design, implementation and testing. An attractive competitive salary is available for the right applicant.

Closing Date: 29th June 2016

Clinical Scientist

Belfast Health and Social Care Trust

Applications are invited for a Band 7 Clinical Scientist position 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. You will participate in all aspects of this dynamic advanced radiotherapy physics service.

Closing Date: 29th June 2016

Principal Clinical Scientist: MRI/Ultrasound

The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre

We seek a State Registered Clinical Scientist with substantial clinical MR (and ideally also ultrasound) experience, including the capability to act as MR Safety Expert. You will be expected to contribute significantly to the implementation of innovative techniques, also developing expertise in ultrasound (if not already experienced). CCC’s current imaging is mostly based at our Wirral site (CCCW), including two 1.5T MR scanners, one a wide-bore scanner equipped to expedite radiotherapy planning scans. We are likely to install a new MR scanner later this year. A PET-CT scanner was commissioned last year.

Closing Date: 29th June 2016

Independent Trustee


IPEM has a vacancy for an Independent Trustee (i.e. not a member of IPEM) on the Board of Trustees of the Institute, to complement the knowledge and skills of current Trustees, who are physicists, engineers and technologists working in healthcare. Experience in or knowledge of human resources, publishing and/or charity governance is particularly welcome, but not essential. The position is unremunerated but expenses will be paid in line with the Institute’s expenses policy. The Board of Trustees normally meets four times a year, twice in York and twice in London. The individual appointed will also be asked to Chair the Institute’s Public Engagement Panel, which meets twice a year.

Closing Date: 30th June 2016

Senior Physicists/Medical Physicists

Parkside Hospital/Cancer Centre London

Applications are invited for a permanent Senior Physicist / Medical Physicist post and a similar one year maternity cover post in the Physics department at Cancer Centre London (CCL), Wimbledon. Applications are also invited from Physicists to join our team in the Department of Physics. Ideally you should be HCPC registered but candidates en route to registration and those seeking a part time appointment or job share will also be considered.

Closing Date: 6th July 2016

Office Administrator 1.0 wte

Institute of Physics & Engineering in Medicine (IPEM)

The role of the Office Administrator was developed to help support the growing demands of the office team in York. This role includes a large variety of administrative and financial duties including: sorting the post, receiving visitors, answering the telephone, arranging meetings, processing expenses claims

Closing Date: 11th July 2016 at 12 midday

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