Nuclear Medicine Physicist (Clinical Scientist)

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Nuclear Medicine Physicist (Clinical Scientist)Posted: 13 Oct 2020Closes: 11 Nov 2020

London, United Kingdom

£45,780 - £51,393 pa Inc. HCAS

Permanent & Full-time

Nuclear Medicine Physicist (Clinical Scientist)Job Reference: 312-RB-0434 Employer: Department: Nuclear Medicine Location: Royal Brompton Hospital London SW3 6NP Salary: £45,780 - £51,393 pa Inc. HCAS Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust is the largest heart and lung centre in the UK and among the largest in Europe. We are a partnership of two specialist hospitals which are known throughout the world for their expertise, standard of care and research success.We are passionate about what we do and the patients we serve. We are an equal opportunities employer and our patients are rich in diversity. We recruit to ensure we build a similarly diverse mix across our workforce. We are a values led organisation and we are rightly proud of our world class reputation and our people.Nuclear Medicine DepartmentNUCLEAR MEDICINE PHYSICIST (CLINICAL SCIENTIST)Full time, permanent,Band 7£45,780 - £51,393 (pa inc HCA) Job reference: RB- 0434We invite a Nuclear Medicine Physicist to join our team based at the Royal Brompton Hospital where we provide specialist clinical, scientific and radiation protection services. In addition to heart and lung work at the Chelsea site, we provide support for a PET-CT centre located at a Trust site in central London. The cross-site departments provide Nuclear Medicine and PET diagnostic investigations including SPECT/CT (to be replaced), CZT (solid state) and PET/CT technology. The PET-CT centre provides a range of F-18 studies and Rb-82 cardiac PET-CT (using an on-site Rb-82 generator). The role will involve working for the Royal Brompton sites (Nuclear Medicine and PET) allowing the post holder to develop experience in a range of Nuclear Medicine/ PET studies, radiation protection and developmental work in both cardiac and non cardiac areas together with a Nuclear Medicine/ PET team including 2 other clinical scientists.As a Nuclear Medicine Physicist, you should have some experience in Nuclear Medicine Physics and Radiation Protection. Applicants should have an MSc in Medical Physics or an equivalent subject, completed (or just about to complete) basic training (NSHCS STP or equivalent) and either hold HCPC registration as a Clinical Scientist or be working towards achieving this. The post will be appointed at an appropriate level dependent on experience. You will be given training to fulfil RPS duties as required. The group offers flexible working, provides training for STP trainees, offers support for continuing professional development and for those wishing to work towards higher training/MPE/RWA/RPA certification.The Royal Brompton Hospital is situated in Chelsea, a vibrant and beautiful area famous for shopping, the arts and riverside walks. Hospital accommodation is available in Chelsea for those wishing to move into London.For more information please contact Lucy Hossen, email Closing date: Weds 11th November 2020Interview date: Possibly Monday 16th November 2020. Due to Covid-19 and the government guidance on social distancing your interview will be carried out via Microsoft TeamsStaff benefits include: subsidised childcare facilities, occupational pension scheme, personal development and training opportunities, flexible working and subsidised accommodation is available on both sites. To ensure that our workforce is representative of the population we serve, we welcome applications from all sections of the community.The Trust has a duty to safeguard all patients and provide additional measures for patients who are less able to protect themselves from harm or abuse. All staff have a responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of ALL adults, children and young people in the Trust. This including patients, visitors and those using our facilities . Safeguarding means protecting people's health, wellbeing and human rights, and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect and is fundamental to high-quality health.Due to the popularity of some positions, we reserve the right to close the vacancies early on receipt of sufficient applicants.In an effort to reduce the Trusts carbon footprint all correspondence regarding this vacancy will be by electronic means i.e. email or text message please ensure you check your emails regularly. Please be aware that messages may go in to your junk/spam mail folders.You are providing your personal information to the Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust for the purposes of staff administration; administration of membership records (Foundation Trust Membership); crime prevention & prosecution of offenders; National Fraud initiative and occupational health purposes and by applying for this post you hereby consent to the Trust processing of your personal data as outlined above.Disclosure and Barring Service CheckThis post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.To stay safe in your job search we recommend that you visit SAFERjobs ( ), a non-profit, joint industry and law enforcement organisation working to combat job scams. 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