NHS Ayrshire & Arran

Anna Glavocih 0 81

Working within our busy and dynamic multidisciplinary team which provides a national cochlear implant service for profoundly deaf adults and children in Scotland you will be based in a modern and well established clinic, where you will participate in the management of cochlear implant patients. This is an excellent opportunity to be involved in the development and application of innovative physiological measurement techniques. Experience in a paediatric cochlear implant programme would be advantageous but not essential as training will be provided. Cochlear implantation is a relatively new and rapidly evolving technique and there are excellent opportunities for professional development.

Closing Date: 21st February 2018.

Head of Nuclear Medicine Physics Service

Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Marie Goodall 0 92

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is one of the most successful teaching NHS Trusts in the country, with a reputation for high quality clinical care. The Radiology/ Nuclear Medicine Directorate at the NNUH is a major teaching department, incorporating one of only three dedicated Radiology Academies in the UK and accredited for teaching clinical Nuclear Medicine.

Closing Date:  25th February 2018 


NHS Grampian

Anna Glavocih 0 99

Applications are invited from candidates with a First or Second Class Honours Degree in Physical Sciences for entry to the Training Scheme for Medical Physicists. We aim to employ a minimum of 5 trainees in total. All trainees will be enrolled on the Medical Physics Training Scheme. The training in Scotland will include rotations and acquaintanceships allowing trainees to build a portfolio for registration as a clinical scientist with the Health and Care Professions Council.  Funding for postgraduate training and course fees will be provided. Current salary scale for these supernumerary trainee posts is ‘AfC’ Band 6.

Closing Date: 2nd March 2018.


Kings College, London

Anna Glavocih 0 64

We are looking for an enthusiastic medical physicist to join our PET imaging team. The PET Centre is part of both Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College London. We run a clinical PET service, in parallel with an extensive programme of clinical research. Facilities include a cyclotron, radiochemistry labs, 3 PET-CT scanners and a PET-MR scanner. You should be highly motivated, able to multi-task, work well within a team, and keen to learn. Key roles will include participation in the medical physics scanning rota, development of clinical and research procedures, data processing and handling of PET-CT and PET-MR data and providing radiation protection support to the department.

Closing Date: 4th March 2018.

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