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DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY & RADIATION PROTECTION CLINICAL SCIENTIST IN NON-IONISING RADIATION (Ultrasound, Ultraviolet light & Lasers)

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Job Ref: 190-7041-LEG-A

Salary: Band 7 £31,383 - £41,373 pa

Hours: f/t 37.5 pw

This post provides an exciting opportunity for someone to work in a wide variety of non-ionising radiation modalities with emphasis on ultrasound, ultraviolet light and lasers. You will join a dynamic multi-disciplinary team of clinical scientists and clinical engineers that provide scientific support to these non-ionising radiation modalities in both the provision of radiation protection services and clinical service development. 

You’ll work within the Radiology Physics Group and work closely with the Clinical Engineering Group to provide service delivery to a range of clinical departments within Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and other NHS and commercial organisations within South Yorkshire and beyond.

An important aspect of this post is the delivery of efficient, high-quality non-ionising radiation protection, quality assurance and leading edge imaging.  We require applicants who can rise to the challenge of delivering a multisite/multi-customer service over a wide range of non-ionising radiation modalities.

Support for research and development programs is encouraged and there will be opportunities to actively participate in teaching and training. The Group is actively involved in quality assurance, clinical service development and research across modalities. It has close links with the NIHR HTC Devices 4 Dignity, the academic Cardiovascular department and the academic Medical Physics department.

Applications are invited from Clinical Scientists who have completed or are expecting to complete the Scientific Training Program. This role provides a wide variety and will allow the successful applicant to consolidate and extend training in their chosen specialism and also allow them to broaden their expertise. Candidates who have yet to complete the Scientific Training Program may be considered at a lower grade. We are committed to actively supporting the professional development of our staff. Use of own car and a full driving licence will be necessary as the post involves travel between hospital sites.

For informal enquiries please contact: Dr Prashant Verma, Lead NIR Physicist, Tel: (0114) 2261045 or Giles Morrison, Head of Radiology Physics, Tel: (0114) 2265191.

To apply, please click on the following link: https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/148e2505dfad7692bb30ab279a4ddae1/?vac_ref=915394303

Closing date: 1st February 2019

Interview date: 27th February 2019 

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