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Research Imaging Physicist

NHS AfC: Band 7

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NHS AfC: Band 7
Full Time - 37.5 hours per week
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Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
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The Royal Marsden Hospital
£39,866 - £49,704 pa inc
31/01/2019 23:59


The Royal Marsden Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is a tertiary centre for cancer treatment and together with the Institute of Cancer Research forms the largest comprehensive cancer centre in Europe. The Department of Physics provides clinical services to the Trust and undertakes extensive basic and translational research.

We are seeking an enthusiastic and versatile physicist for this band 7 post in the Diagnostic Radiology Physics Group. The Group consists of five scientists and is based at the Chelsea site, enjoying a pleasant working environment and good facilities. It provides medical physics expert and radiation protection services to The Royal Marsden and other Trusts.

The post holder will provide specialist radiological imaging knowledge to clinical researchers and support local radiation experts in order to facilitate the approval of clinical research studies. The post holder will also support scientific and clinical research and development of x-ray imaging techniques. We welcome applications from physicists who are state registered or are working towards state registration, have appropriate experience in diagnostic radiology physics and are conversant with radiological imaging techniques using ionising radiation.

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