Consultant Radiologist with an interest in Breast Imaging | The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
|Posting date:||21 January 2020|
|Additional salary information:||£79,860 - £107, 668 per annum|
|Closing date:||20 February 2020|
|Location:||Chelsea, SW3 6JJ|
|Company:||The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust|
This substantive post is specifically designed to support a demanding level of activity in our breast diagnostic centre for 2 programmed activities (2 PAs). The continuing increase in demand for Rapid Diagnostic & Assessment Clinics (RDAC) and symptomatic work has led to this requirement. The post holder will require skills, including mammography, breast ultrasound, tomosynthesis and both stereotactic and ultrasound guided interventional procedures using vacuum assisted devices and wire localisations. Skills in Breast MRI and MRI breast intervention are also desirable. There may also be a requirement to support the Breast MDT and M3 meetings in rotation with other consultants. The role would suit an individual who already holds a consultant position and is seeking to increase their sessional activity. It is anticipated that the post holder will be based at the Chelsea branch of the Royal Marsden Hospital.
Applicants should hold a CCT in Diagnostic Radiology or be within three months of gaining CCT. FRCR or equivalent and full registration with the GMC are essential. Some research experience would be an advantage.
There will be no on-call commitment.
All applicants are required to upload a copy of their CV alongside their application form.
This advert closes on Tuesday 18 Feb 2020
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