Radionuclide Radiology Adviser

The College wishes to appoint a Radionuclide Radiology Adviser to advise on issues relating to radionuclide radiology and to lead work in developing its support and resources in this area. Please read the role description for further information.

Applicants must be a Fellow of the College, resident in the UK and at the time of application, in active clinical practice and holding a current licence to practise.

There is no specific time for commitment for this voluntary role. The majority of the work will be undertaken informally and remotely, and it is anticipated that the role will require an average of approximately one day a month.

How to apply

If you are interested in becoming the adviser please email the Clinical Radiology Project and Development Officer with the following: 

  • A short CV
  • A brief summary of any experience that is relevant to the role and which could be useful were you to be appointed
  • A summary of your main reasons for wishing to take on the role.

We are committed to a policy of valuing diversity and equality of opportunity across our activities. To that end, applicants are invited to complete and return an anonymous diversity monitoring form.

Applications will be ranked against the person specification by a selection panel comprising two elected members of Clinical Radiology Faculty Board, the Clinical Radiology Medical Director, Education and Training, and the Clinical Radiology Vice-President. It will be ensured that no member of the selection panel has a conflict of interest with any applicant. It is not anticipated that it will be necessary to hold interviews.

The successful applicant will be asked to complete and return a declaration of interests form.

Closing date: Thursday 1 March 2018