Medical Physics Technologist (PET Imaging)

King's College London

Anna Glavocih 0 81

We are looking for an enthusiastic and energetic medical physics technologist 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 an extensive clinical PET service, including a wide range of specialist indications, in parallel with an extensive programme of clinical research. Facilities include a cyclotron and radiochemistry labs, and a new scanning facility with 3 PET-CT scanners and a PET-MR scanner. A major redevelopment of the cyclotron and radiochemistry facilities is due to be completed shortly.

Closing Date: 28th May 2019.

Clinical Scientists - Radiotherapy Physics

Belfast Health and Social Care Trust

Anna Glavocih 0 40

Applications are invited for two Band 7 Clinical Scientist positions within the Radiotherapy Physics Service at the Northern Ireland 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: 12th June 2019.

Radiotherapy Specialist & Territory Manager (ST0037)


Anna Glavocih 0 41

We are offering the opportunity to work for a rapidly growing, successful and innovative company that provides high technology products for radiotherapy training and education (virtual reality). Our products are used by over 140 hospitals and training institutions in 30 countries across the world. In the near future we plan to extend our product range and develop new VR and AR products which meet patient and healthcare professionals’ needs. You will be a part of this next growth phase and will play a crucial role, providing support across the business and to our customers.

Closing Date: 15th June 2019.



Mirada Medical

Anna Glavocih 0 47

We a seeking a Senior Medical Physicist with experience in radiotherapy physics to lead a grant-funded research project in the domain of radiation oncology. The role will involve leading a team of researchers at Mirada to develop new technology for this domain and liaising with external collaborators involved in the wider project. This role is within the Science and Medical Technology research group, which is at the heart of new developments within the company.

Closing Date: 30th June 2019.

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