Clinical Scientist - Nuclear Medicine
We are seeking a team member to join a multidisciplinary team providing Nuclear Medicine services in South Glasgow & Clyde, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde.The South Glasgow sections operate across the new state-of-the-art Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, the Institute of Neurological Sciences and the Victoria Hospital. Current equipment includes three SPECT-CT scanners (one with diagnostic CT capability), a neuroSPECT scanner, a DXA scanner and non-imaging equipment. Clyde Nuclear Medicine services are provided at Royal Alexandra Hospital and Inverclyde Royal Hospital. It is essential you have a Honours Degree in Physics or Engineering and a PhD in Physics, Medical Physics or a related subject (or equivalent advanced theoretical knowledge and practical experience). You also must have advanced theoretical and practical knowledge and experience across the full spectrum of nuclear medicine techniques, their clinical application in diagnosis and therapy and their role in clinical medicine. Registration as a Clinical Scientist (Medical Physics) with the Health & Care Professions Council is required. Glasgow is a vibrant city with a wide range of cultural anf leisure facilities and easy access to the Scottish countryside for outdoor pursuits. Prospective applicants can discuss these posts informally with Dr Alice Nicol/3664. Visits to the Department and to meet other staff are strongly encouraged. PLEASE READ AND SAVE THE CANDIDATE APPLICATION PACK BEFORE SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION. This post closes on the 26h January 2017.