Working at the RCR

RCR staff in front of the building

Are you interested in making a real difference in the healthcare sector to improve imaging and cancer care for all?  

At The Royal College of Radiologists (RCR), we’re the leading professional membership body for clinical radiologists and clinical oncologists and a registered charity who educate and support doctors throughout their career. With over 14,000 members in the UK and internationally, together we’re contributing to the advancement of each new generation of doctors and helping to improve patients’ lives. 

We require a broad range of skills and experience to deliver our strategic goal of increasing the clinical radiology and clinical oncology workforce, which will ultimately lead to improving imaging and cancer care services for all.  

RCR staff in a meetingIf you’re inspired by our strategy and values, and are passionate about helping us meet our ambitious goals in an environment that celebrates differences, values diversity and recognises that everyone here plays a role in the success of the College, then we encourage you to consider a career at the RCR. 

No matter what profession you are in, your background or stage of your career, we offer exciting career opportunities – ranging from building management to policy development, exam delivery, marketing, finance, global development and lots more. See our current vacancies  to find out more.  

If you don’t see a role that matches your interests, follow us on LinkedIn or Twitter for live updates on all our vacancies.

We’re excited to hear from you! 

Hear from our HR Manager Phoebe and find out why the RCR is a great place to work and the opportunities for life-long learning.

Featured jobs

Policy Advisor

Salary: £35,863 per annum increasing to £39,639 following two years continuous service, plus excellent benefits
Location: Central London 
Hours: Full-time/35 hours per week
Contractual status: Permanent 

Policy Advisor - role description 

Quality Improvement Partner 

Salary: £29,841 per annum pro-rata (£49,734 FTE), with the possibility of pay progression after a years service, with excellent benefits
Location: Home based with occassional travel
Hours: Part-time/21 hours per week (0.6 FTE)
Contractual status: 18-month fixed-term contract 

Quality Improvement Partner - role description

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