Consultant Radiologists x2

Warwick, Warwickshire
£82,096 - £ 110,683
01 Dec 2020
28 Dec 2020
Career Level
Contract Type
Full Time

Applications are invited for Substantive Consultant Radiologists. The appointed candidate(s) would be expected to participate in all areas of general radiology but would have designated sessions related to areas of specialism, which might include Head and neck, Respiratory and breast.

Participation in weekend working and on call will be required.

The department currently provide in excess of 230,000 exams per year to include plain film, CT, MRI, General and Obstetric Ultrasound, Fluoroscopy, Mammography, Interventional Radiology and Catheter Laboratory activity across four hospital sites Warwick, Stratford, Leamington and Shipston on Stour. The team provide weekly MDT tumour site support for Lung, Breast, Gynae, Haem, Urology, UPGI and LOGI.  We have also recently opened a new MRI unit in Stratford and have a second CT scanner being installed in Warwick in September 2018. 

The Radiology Department is a forward thinking innovative service with approximately 13 Consultant Radiologists, and 50 Radiographers, of various bands, and are in the process of appointing into our Radiology CESR Programme (Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration) and Consultant Radiographer posts. We are looking for likeminded individuals with a passion to develop and grow our service putting our patients front and centre in all we do, in line with our Trust values being ‘Safe, Effective, Compassionate and Trusted’.  In return we can offer a friendly supportive environment in which to grow and develop with good educational and pastoral support, and an excellent ‘work – life’ balanced rota.

For further information please contact:

Dr Arpan Shrivastava Clinical Director &  Consultant Radiologist on or  Suki Rai General Manager for Diagnostics

Please apply via the apply click button.

Closing date for applications – 28-Dec-2020

Interviews will take place Friday 22nd January 2021 via Microsoft Teams