Applications are invited for replacement NHS Consultant General Radiologist posts for United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULHT).
We have general radiology requirements to cover cross-sectional imaging although sub-specialisms are welcome:
- Breast Imaging
- Musculoskeletal Imaging
- Nuclear Medicine
- Paediatric Radiology
- Thoracic Imaging
- Vascular Interventional Radiology
- General Interventional Radiology
Applications are invited for 6 posts in General cross sectional radiologists for United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULHT).This post has been created to support the existing team across the working week, and further the expansion of interventional radiology services.
We are looking for dynamic colleagues with enthusiasm and leadership qualities. United Lincolnshire Hospitals (ULH) is an Acute Hospital Trust in the East Midlands providing acute services to the people of the Lincolnshire region and has a positive and successful approach to developing and delivering excellence in health care.
Main duties of the job
The Appointee will be expected, in conjunction with his / her colleagues, to provide a comprehensive radiology service to United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULHT) to the highest standard.
From a base to be agreed provide reporting services to other sites within the trust. Any successful candidate may be expected to work on other sites within the Trust as required.
The Appointee will be expected, in conjunction with his / her colleagues, to provide a
comprehensive radiology service to United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULHT). Any successful candidate is expected to routinely work on the sites within the Trust as required.
The post may be flexible to some degree based on workload and activity. Team work is very important.
The post holder will support and work closely with the Clinical Director, Radiology Head of Service, Lead Nurse and Radiology Operational Managers.
Main Conditions of Employment
The terms and conditions of employment will be determined by the United Lincolnshire
Hospitals NHS Trust terms and conditions of employment. These are generally in line with the relevant provisions of the Terms and Conditions of Service of Hospital Medical and Dental
Staff (England and Wales) and General Whitley Council Terms and Conditions of Service, as amended from time to time. In determining salary for the post, the Trust will pay no less favourable rates than those paid to NHS Consultant Medical and Dental Staff. If, in the future, the Trust establishes alternative negotiating arrangements you will be notified of those arrangements, and thereafter any agreements thus reached will form part of your Contract of Employment.
The appointee will be expected to cover for colleagues' absence from duty on the basis of mutually agreed arrangements with the department and the trust. This is arranged by mutual agreement of consultant colleagues and approval of the Head of Service, in accordance with standard Trust and NHS regulations. It is essential that six weeks' notice of leave is given to allow for proper planning and prevent cancellations of patient's appointments / surgery.
For further details regarding the job role please see the attached Job Description and Person Specification.
- Specialty experience, qualifications, MSK, Gynae etc
- UK NHS experience
- Fluoroscopy Procedures
- Barium meals, Swallows, Follow throughs etc
- CT Biopsy
- Teaching and training radiographers and SPrs
- Ability to teach trainees
- Experience and commitment to clinical audit
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