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North Bristol NHS Trust
Consultant Interventional Radiologist (FULL TIME, 10 PAs)
Applications are invited to apply for 2 x a Full Time only Consultant in Interventional Radiology. with a sub-specialty interest in Vascular Imaging and Intervention. Applications from candidates wanting to work less than full time will also be considered.
North Bristol NHS Trust is the largest hospital trust in the South West, providing hospital and community healthcare to the residents of Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset. We are also a specialist regional centre for a number of services including Vascular, Urology, Neurosurgery, Renal, Plastics, Burns, Orthopaedics and we are also the Major Trauma Centre for the South West Region. Our state-of-the-art Brunel Building is one of the most modern hospitals in Europe and we have a strong international reputation for clinical excellence.
If you are from outside the area, Bristol is consistently voted as one of the best places to live in the UK, with a rich history, thriving arts, music, gastronomic and independent retails scenes, excellent transport links and easy access to the spectacular countryside and coastlines of South Wales, Devon, Dorset and Cornwall.
For exceptional candidates a recruitment and retention package may be negotiated.
The successful applicant will join an enthusiastic team of 45 full-time IR Consultants and participate in a 1:6 IR on-call rota covering Vascular and non-Vascular interventions. The department enjoys close working relationships with Vascular Surgery, Urology and a wide range of other surgical and medical specialities. Core skill set will include nephrostomy drainage, embolization for haemorrhage control and endovascular interventions for peripheral vascular disease. Experience with EVAR is desirable. Interests in gastro-intestinal interventional radiology would be welcome with a growing demand for these procedures. Similarly North Bristol NHS Trust performs around 100 PCNLs per annum and previous experience of the management of complex renal stone disease would be an advantage. There is also an increasing practice of CT guided renal cryoablation.
Individuals wishing to apply must be registered with General Medical Council (with a licence to practice) and on the Specialist Register or be eligible to be on the Specialist Register within six months of the date of the Advisory Appointments Committee.
Further details available from Dr Peter Mezes, Clinical Lead for Interventional radiology – Peter.Mezes@nbt.nhs.uk: , Dr Marcus Bradley, Clinical Lead for Imaging – Marcus.Bradley@nbt.nhs.uk or Dr Rommel Ravanan, Clinical Director for Core Clinical Services Division – RommeL.Ravanan@nbt.nhs.uk.
If you are shortlisted we will contact you by email with details of your interview of which you will need to confirm your attendance. Therefore it is important that you check your online account regularly.
Close Date: 9th Dec 2018
• CV’s are not used in the shortlisting process. If you are shortlisted your CV will be made available to the Formal and Informal interview panel.
• For Consultant expenses related to this post, please refer to the document on NHS Jobs
Committed to equal opportunities, job share applications welcome.
Attending Radiologist, Interventional Radiology Service - Memorial Hospital for Cancer and Allied Diseases, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
The Department of Radiology at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, a global leader in oncologic imaging, research and education, seeks to hire an Interventional Radiologist. This facility offers the highest standards of comprehensive cancer care in an environment designed to meet the unique needs of cancer patients and their families.
The candidates should be fellowship-trained in interventional radiology and board-eligible in interventional radiology. The candidates should have excellent clinical skills, research experience, and strong interpersonal skills. They must be eligible for medical licensure in New York, board-certified in radiology or be committed to achieving certification in a specified time period, and otherwise qualified for appointment to the MSKCC faculty.
The ideal candidate should possess a strong academic track record with significant prior publications, the ability to obtain research funding, and a commitment to research. The candidate should show superb clinical skills, a patient–centered approach, effective communication skills, and excellence in teaching.
Clinical appointments will be made within MSKCC and academic appointments at Weill Cornell Medical College, commensurate with experience and accomplishments. MSKCC offers a competitive salary and benefits.
Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and bibliography to: Stephen Solomon, M.D., Chief, Interventional Radiology Service, Department of Radiology, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, SolomonS@mskcc.org
also cc Dorisela Martinez, Faculty Appointment Coordinator, Department of Radiology, Martind5@mskcc.org
MSKCC is an equal opportunity employer with a strong commitment to enhancing the diversity of its faculty and staff. Women and applicants from diverse racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Clinical Fellow in Interventional Radiology & CT/MR Angiography (Clinical Imaging & Medical Physics Directorate) - Guy's and St. Thomas’ hospital NHS Foundation Trust
The Interventional Radiology (IR) department within the Clinical Imaging and Medical Physics (CLIMP) Directorate at Guy's and St Thomas' is one of the largest and most diverse in England. A team of 10 IR consultants supported by a dedicated nursing, radiographic and administrative team provide comprehensive vascular, interventional oncological, renal and paediatric clinical service. The department has a vacancy for the position of Clinical Fellow in Interventional Radiology & CT/MR Angiography for a period of 1 year.
Working across Guy's, St. Thomas' and Evelina London sites, the post holder will gain extensive training in the breadth of an exciting IR clinical service. The fellowship is ideal for doctors working towards a consultant level appointment (either in the final year of training or as a post CCT fellowship) who would like to broaden their expertise and be involved in clinical research activity within the specialty. The successful candidate would be expected to take part in a 1:5 IR fellow on call rota. The Directorate supports 30 Specialist Trainees in Radiology.
In addition to their clinical responsibilities, the appointee will be expected to participate in ongoing research, audit and encouraged to take part in the teaching of other trainees. The exact timetable will be agreed with the Clinical Lead and will depend on the skills and desires of the successful candidate and upon the needs of the department.
The post does not attract a UK National Training Number. Applicants must be GMC registered and demonstrate an ethos that promotes teamwork, flexibility and commitment to the service. In return the department can offer a range of learning opportunities and the chance to contribute to service improvement and developments.
If you would like to discuss the post, please contact Dr Shahzad Ilyas, Consultant Interventional Radiologist by email (email@example.com). To apply online, please go to www.gstt.nhs.uk/jobs.
Closing date: 24/08/2018, by midnight.
Locum Consultant Clinical Radiologist (Interventional Radiology) – University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Applications are invited for a full-time appointment in Clinical Radiology at University College London Hospitals - London, based in the Radiology Department at UCH. The post-holder will work closely with the existing team of Consultant Interventional Radiologists to develop and enhance the imaging service which the Department provides to acute, outpatient and inpatient services and strengthen the reporting profile of the Department.
The post-holder will have sub specialty experience in Interventional Radiology, in order to support the delivery of the Vascular, HpB and Interventional services.
The Radiology Department is very active in both teaching and research and the post-holder would be expected to participate in these.
Applicants should possess the FRCR or equivalent and be on the specialist register or within 3 months of obtaining their CCST.
Informal inquiries about the post are welcome: contact Hugh Jelley, Divisional Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org). Short-listed candidates are encouraged to visit the hospitals before being interviewed by the Advisory Appointments Committee. Earlier visits (at the candidate’s own expense if prior to short-listing) would be welcomed by Dr Steve Bandula, Lead for Interventional Radiology (email@example.com).
NHS Jobs Ref: 309-CON188-NN
Closing Date: 23/08/2018
Consultant Radiologist with an interest in Interventional Radiology at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Applications are invited for a Consultant Radiologist to join a friendly and cohesive team of radiologists with diverse expertise in a busy department and a strong record in teaching, training and research. The post is to fill a vacancy resulting from retirement of a colleague.
The successful applicant would be expected to join the existing radiologists in supporting the interventional radiology service as well as providing cover for an expanding general diagnostic radiology service which includes a major trauma service for the Trust. The post will attract 10 PAs and the post-holder will take part in the 1:7 interventional on-call rota.
It is expected that applicants will have the Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists and a CCT in Radiology or equivalent training and experience.
Informal enquiries about these posts should be made by email to Dr Lakshmi Ratnam, Care Group Lead for Radiology (firstname.lastname@example.org); or Dr. Raj Das, Clinical Lead for Interventional Radiology (email@example.com).
The Closing Date for applications is 22/07/2018
Vascular and Non-Vascular Interventional Radiology Consultant Post at Mid Essex Hospitals NHS Trust, Chelmsford, Essex, UK
Applications are invited for a new post of Consultant Radiologist with an interest in Vascular and Non-Vascular Interventional Radiology at Broomfield Hospital (Mid Essex Hospitals NHS Trust) in Chelmsford, Essex. This post has been created to support the existing team of IRs across the working week, and to further the expansion of interventional radiology services across the region.
Chelmsford is a small cathedral city in the heart of Essex with excellent transport links to London (35 minutes away by train) and via London Stansted Airport (20 miles away). The first medical school in Essex is due to open at Anglia Ruskin University in Chelmsford in autumn 2018. There are several excellent grammar schools in the city and the beautiful Essex countryside and coast are easily accessible.
A broad range of vascular and non-vascular IR services are provided at MEHT. We host a supra-regional vascular malformation service and we are developing interventional oncology with renal cryoablation and lung RFA already established.
This opportunity comes at an exciting time for acute services in Essex. Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust (MEHT), Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (BTUH) and Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (SUHT) will be merging in April 2019 to form a single trust with a catchment population of 1.2 million. Elective IR services will be maintained across all 3 sites to support dependent medical and surgical specialities. This appointment will complete a team of 9 vascular and non-vascular trained IR consultants (3 per site) able to contribute to a comprehensive 1:9 emergency rota, and deliver elective IR across the region.
The post will be based at Broomfield Hospital with On Call Commitments at Basildon Hospital.
NHS Jobs Ref: 288-MED-464
For further information or to arrange an informal visit please contact Dr Nick Railton (Clinical Lead for Interventional Radiology) firstname.lastname@example.org
University Hospital Waterford, Waterford City, Ireland seeks an IR Consultant
Locum position for 12 months in the first instance
UHW has 516 beds and serves a population of over half a million people and is the regional referral centre for Vascular Surgery, Trauma Orthopaedics, Nephrology, Urology, Cardiology (including Interventional Cardiology), ENT, Ophthalmology, Neurology, Rheumatology, General Paediatrics and Neonatology.
The hospital is the designated Oncology centre for the south east of the country, incorporating Medical Oncology, Haematology and Palliative Care, providing rapid access assessment for Breast, Prostate, Lung and Skin cancers. The hospital is the national penile cancer centre. Cancer surgery is centralised at UHW.
The Hospital’s primary academic affiliation is with University Hospital Cork, and is also a teaching hospital of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. UHW’s local research partner is the Waterford Institute of Technology (soon to be accorded Technical University status).
Interventional Radiology accepts direct referrals from Family Practitioners and has access to day-case and in-patient beds.
If interested, please contact Dr. Anthony Ryan, Chief Interventional Radiologist, via email: email@example.com
Vacancy for two full time Interventional Radiologists
Your function within our department
The Netherlands Cancer Institute is a comprehensive cancer center in the Netherlands renowned for its cancer research and highly specialized oncological care. The department of Radiology, together with the departments of Nuclear Medicine and Radiotherapy, carries out imaging and interventional research in oncology care. The highly specialized staff is involved in multidisciplinary research projects in an institute that encourages cross-department collaborations.
Our scientific focus is on research in modern imaging techniques (MRI en PET) for personalised medicine, interventional oncology, image guided radiotherapy, - surgery and artificial intelligence. There is a large number of projects in progress.
We are currently looking for two full-time Interventional Radiologists with a primary focus on oncological intervention.
You will be operating in a strong multidisciplinary environment, which is characterized by intensive collaboration between surgeons, medical oncologists, gastroenterologists, radiotherapists, nuclear physicians and pathologists. You will participate in multidisciplinary working groups and will intensively interact and collaborate with our referring physicians.
- You have clinical experience in Interventional Radiology preferably significant experience in interventional oncology.
- You are driven and strive for reliable and high-quality patient care.
- You are ambitious and willing to actively participate in and initiate own Interventional oncological research program. You are able to combine this successfully with high-quality patient care.
- You have a positive attitude and a can-do mentality.
- You are a team player who puts the results of the group first.
- You care for keeping agreements, without being dogmatic.
- You are an energetic professional who is able to work under pressure.
- You are always open to feedback and looking for ways to improve your professional performance.
With these competences we count on you to be a cultural vendor for the department.
Are you up for the challenge and do you recognize yourself in the description above, we encourage you to send your application letter and CV.
Your career opportunities and terms of employment
With the innovation and growth that we are going to go through as an organization in the upcoming years, your development and growth are very important to us. We are always open to initiatives that supports developing the department as well as yourself. The basis for your employment conditions is according to the AMS-regeling (Collective Labor Agreement for Medical Specialists) based on a 45-hour work week.
For further information please contact Prof. Dr. Regina Beets-Tan, Head of department of Radiology at tel. (+)31 (0)20 512 1728.
Acquisition for this vacancy is not appreciated.
The Stephen Solomon Lab at the Memoral Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is developing pig models for liver, pancreatic, kidney, and lung cancer. Using these pig models, it is testing new methods for tumor embolization and ablation. The lab is currently looking for a post-doctoral fellow who can do pig tumor embolization and ablation experiments.
Candidates should have experience with basic embolization and ablation techniques. Animal research and basic molecular biology experience is a plus, but not required.
Standard postdoctoral salary: $50.000 / yr
If you are interested in applying, please email your CV and cover letter to Dr Solomon’s assistant Azarra Gordon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information visit www.mskcc.org/research-areas/labs/stephen-solomon
Research Scholar Position at the Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute
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North Bristol NHS Trust