College staff

The College employs about 60 staff headed by the Chief Executive with three senior managers responsible for Education, Professional Practice and Finance and Resources.  The current team is below:

Andrew Hall, Chief ExecutiveAndrew Hall, Chief Executive

Principal strategic, relationship and operational adviser to the President and other Officers, representing the College as required. Strategic and policy development of the College to guide and support Council, Boards and Officers for the benefit of Fellows and members. Overall responsibility for the executive leadership, operation and development of the College.  Responsible for the timely and effective governance, compliance and accountability of the College.

The Chief Executive is supported by an Executive Office which is responsible for the governance of the College, policy co-ordination, engagement and communications with Fellows and members and external stakeholders including patients, the public and the media.  The Office houses the publications function as well as leading on digital resources for the College.  Staff in the Office support the President as professional leader of the College and as such organise many meetings with external bodies, dinners and receptions.  The team also services Council, the Joint Officers’ Group, the Annual General Meeting, the Lay Member Network and the cross Faculty International Committee.


Joe Booth, Executive Director, Education Joe Booth, Executive Director, Education

Leads education policy development and ensures the effective delivery and development of education functions. This includes the formal training in both specialties and the provision of educational opportunities and resources for Continuing Professional Development. Provides support and deputises for the Chief Executive

The Education Directorate is responsible for all aspects of the College's work that relate to the training of clinical radiologists and clinical oncologists, and for the provision of educational opportunities and resources, both face to face and online. This includes: education related policy development, promoting careers in our specialties to students and junior doctors; national selection processes for recruitment;  setting the curricula for training; setting and running examinations; quality assurance of training; offering a programme of educational meetings and conferences; providing e-learning and online resources; servicing and advising the relevant policy-making boards and committees.


Tania Vanburen, Executive Director, Professional PracticeTania Vanburen, Executive Director, Professional Practice

Leads professional policy development and ensures the effective delivery and development of professional practice functions which include guidance, standards, quality improvement, clinical audit and professional workforce censuses. 

The Professional Practice Directorate supports members and Fellows who have completed their specialty training and are embarking on their careers as consultant radiologists and oncologists.  The Directorate leads on policy development in post qualification matters, develops and reviews best practice guidance and standards, monitors and reports on the medical workforces through annual census activity,  carries out ad hoc survey work for the membership, leads on quality improvement and academic research, provides membership support through the CPD scheme and revalidation and to employers with recruitment and service reviews.


Ken Green, Executive Director, Finance and ResourcesKen Green, Executive Director, Finance and Resources

Leads and develops the Finance and Resources Directorate, to ensure the provision across the College of comprehensive finance, ICS, membership and facilities management functions, together with an in-house professional HR service. Provides support, advice and guidance to the Treasurer, SMT colleagues and others as necessary

The Finance and Resources Directorate provides comprehensive business support services across the College, covering finance, information and communication systems, human resources and facilities and catering alongside the annual activity review and risk management processes, project governance, procurement and longer term financial and activity planning. Membership administration is a key role for the team who also support the Senior Fellows Forum.

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