RCR staff

The RCR employs about 74 staff headed by the Chief Executive, with three senior managers responsible for Education, Professional Practice and Business and Resources. Read more about our Senior Management Team:

Oliver Reichardt, Chief Executive

 Oliver Reichardt

Oliver came to the RCR from a varied career across the private and charity sectors. He was the Head of the Public Services and Partnerships team at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO). Subsequent to this he was the Director of Delivery and Performance at the New Forest National  Park Authority and then spent six years as the Director of Fellowship at the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturing and Commerce (RSA). He is the Chair of Sands (Stillbirth and Neo-natal Death Society), on the trustee board of Sustrans, a charity promoting cycling and walking, and was a council member of the National Trust.

Joe Booth, Executive Director, Education

Joe Booth, Executive Director, Education

Joe leads education policy development and ensures the effective delivery and development of education functions. This includes the postgraduate training in both specialties and the provision of educational opportunities and resources for Continuing Professional Development.

The Education Directorate is responsible for the RCR's work for 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 the specialties to students and junior doctors; processes for recruitment to specialty training; setting the curricula for training; setting and running examinations; quality assurance of training; offering a programme of educational meetings and conferences; and providing e-learning and online resources.

Tania Vanburen, Executive Director, Professional Practice

Tania Vanburen, Executive Director, Professional Practice

Tania 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 developing their careers as clinical radiologists and clinical oncologists.  The Directorate leads on policy development post-qualification, 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, leads on quality improvement and research activity, runs the CPD scheme and revalidation and supports employers with recruitment and service reviews.

David Botha, Executive Director, Business and Resources

David leads on the development of the RCR as a business ensuring the effective procurement of services and products, the diversification of income and the relevance of policies and processes for investment, reserves, pricing and sponsorship.

The Business and Resources Directorate ensures members and Fellows have the best value in the way the RCR operates and is best equipped to develop in order to meet future needs. This extends to financial and investment activities, its information technology and communications services and its facilities and estate.

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