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Consultant Radiologist (with an interest in Gynaecological Radiology)

St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
£99,532 to £131,964 per annum
Closing date
3 Jun 2024

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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 and training. The applicant would be expected to join the existing radiologists in providing a comprehensive diagnostic radiology service and providing support for multidisciplinary meetings. The post-holder will also support the running of service in our main department at St George's Hospital.

Main duties of the job

The successful applicant will be expected, in collaboration with the other radiologists in the department, to oversee and ensure the provision of high-quality clinical services within the Radiology Department. This would consist of providing a comprehensive diagnostic radiology service which includes general plain radiography,, CT, ultrasound, and MRI. Experience in leading imaging in multidisciplinary meetings is essential. In addition the post will contain general diagnostic adult sessions in CT and plain film reporting. The successful applicant would take part in general oncall and have participation in training and quality improvement activity would also be expected.

The post-holder will also participate in a full-time diagnostic on-call rota (approximately 1:15), alongside regular weekend working (with time off in-lieu).

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.

About us

St George's, University of London is the UK's only independent medical and healthcare higher education institution. St George's is a modern, innovative academic and research organisation built upon a rich history stretching back 250 years. Alumni include John Hunter, known as the father of modern surgery, and Edward Jenner, creator of the first vaccine, used to eradicate smallpox.

We share a site with St George's Hospital, one of the UK's largest teaching hospitals. Our smaller size lends a genuine community feel - students and staff can walk the corridors of our facilities from clinical teaching room to laboratory to hospital ward or clinic. As testament to this we were voted London's best student experience for two years in a row in the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey.

Research work at St George's is focused within three research institutes, Cardiovascular and Cell Sciences, Infection and Immunity and Population Health. We aim to improve the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease in areas including infection and immunity, heart disease and stroke, and cell signalling. We are also focused on enhancing understanding of public health and epidemiology, clinical genetics, and social care sciences.

More information about St George's, University of London can be found at

Job description
Job responsibilities

A less than full time Job Plan will contain 5.5 Programmed Activities which includes 4 PAs for direct clinical care and 1.5 supporting PAs. Sessions will be a mix of acute and outpatient reporting. On-call commitment is not required but can be discussed with the Care Group Lead. This post also includes teaching of undergraduates and radiology registrars in the department.

The diagnostic on-call is overseen by a single consultant with the support of a second consultant radiologist on weekends. Each week on call and weekend working is compensated by time in lieu during the week. The post-holder can expect up to approximately 5 weekends (on-call/second consultant) per year. The department is currently exploring how to address 7 day working. In the future, further sessional working in the evenings and at the weekend on a rotational basis may also be required.

Each job plan will be reviewed within 3 months of appointment and will be subject to change. Whilst it is likely that most of the sessions will be based at St Georges, some evening working and lists at either the Nelson or Queen Marys Roehampton may be needed.

Person Specification
Qualifications and Training

  • Medical Degree
  • Full registration with GMC
  • CCT in radiology (or within 6 months at time of interview)


  • Reporting A& E, GP, inpatient and out- patient plain radiograph examinations.
  • Reporting of MRI and CT examinations including general CT
  • Performing and reporting of general ultrasounds examinations and basic ultrasound interventional procedures including MSK interventions
  • Ability to take full and independent clinical responsibility


  • Experience of teaching undergraduates, postgraduates and trainee specialists
  • Experience in Lymphoma MDT


  • Basic biopsy and drainage procedures
  • Able to evaluate own radiological practice
  • Independent in general fluoroscopy (GI/GU)


  • Experience in contrast ultrasound
  • Experience in CT colon reporting
  • Computer, PACS and VR software literate


  • Knowledge of legislation relating to radiology e.g. IR(ME)R 2000
  • Understand the principles of Clinical Governance


  • Ability to work with colleagues as part of a team
  • Effective communication skills
  • Commitment to CPD and teaching
  • Enthusiasm
  • An awareness of own strengths and weaknesses
  • Approachability


  • Active interest in research, audit, clinical governance and teaching





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