Practitioner Clinical Technologist – Medical Physics – Nuclear Medicine Radiographer – NHS Scotland – Glasgow

NHS Scotland

There are 2 positions available, 1 at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital and the other at Gartnavel General Hospital. The 1 job description is valid for both posts.

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

Department of Clinical Physics and Bio-Engineering

Nuclear Medicine ( South Sector)

Practitioner Clinical Technologist/Radiographer

Band 5

We are looking two for enthusiastic Technologists with a background in Radiography, medical technology or physics to work as part of a team delivering regional Nuclear Medicine services in Glasgow with posts available both in South sectors. The work, which is patient focussed, includes imaging of patients, routine performance and quality control of diagnostic nuclear medicine studies; processing and management of acquired data; acting as an operator under IRMER and patient cannulation and administration of radiopharmaceuticals.

You will have a have a degree in Medical Technology or Physical Science or a DCR or BSc in Diagnostic Radiology (or other similar discipline) or equivalent. (HNC /ONC with suitable experience will be considered). Ideally you will have some experience in a healthcare environment or, failing that, in a person facing or caring role.

Nuclear Medicine experience to a level commensurate with registration on the Register for Clinical Technologists (RCT) is desirable. If you do not have that experience you will follow a training plan which is expected to achieve the award of DipIPEM (T) within 2 years.

Applicants should also have some experience in planning, investigating and performing technical projects.

For further information please contact Elaine Renwick (Technical Service manager for North West Sector), email: [email protected] on 0141 3017900 or Ross Williamson (Technical Service manager for Glasgow South Sector) on 0141 452 2286. ​​​​​​​

Details on how to contact the Recruitment Service can be found within the Candidate Information Packs

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