Jobs

Band 8+ Posts

The post holder will lead the Dosimetry and Engineering
Groups of the Radiotherapy Physics Service. They will
work closely with appropriate medical and radiography
staff and liaise with medical physics staff from other
service groups.

Closing date : 10/08/2022

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The post holder’s primary responsibilities at 8A level are for supporting the department’s IGRT and Radiotherapy programs. The post holder also has scientific and training responsibilities for providing support to all aspects of the specialist clinical, scientific and technical service provided by the Radiotherapy Physics group at RMH.

Closing date : 10/08/2022

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We are looking to recruit an experienced and motivated radiotherapy physicist who will act as deputy head of brachytherapy physics, as well as contributing to research and development in this area. Please note post is 0.9WTE.

Closing date : 14/08/2022

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We are looking to appoint an HCPC registered Clinical Scientist to join the dynamic Radiotherapy Physics group at The Christie. The radiotherapy physics group provides a comprehensive support service to clinical oncology including advanced radiotherapy and brachytherapy techniques such as intra-cranial SRS, lung SABR, SABR for oligomets, PBT, PDR and HDR brachytherapy treatments.

Closing date : 21/08/2022

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To manage Therapeutic Radiography education and training for pre-registration education commissions and post-registration practitioners to enable radiographer development and the introduction of new roles to ensure safe practice, effective patient care and delivery on objectives for therapeutic radiography workforce strategy , across both sites (Maidstone and Canterbury)

Closing date : 21/08/2022

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We are seeking an enthusiastic, experienced Radiotherapy Engineer for a team leader role in our friendly department here in North London. You will manage preventative maintenance, fault finding and repair on high-value Radiotherapy medical equipment, maximising clinical availability and continuity of a vital cancer service.

Closing date : 30/08/2022

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Band 7 Posts

The post holder will a clinical team leader in an area requiring demonstrable clinical expertise and will be directly responsible for the daily organisation of a busy Linear Accelerator with a varied and highly complex workload.

Closing date : 10/08/2022

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The postholder will work across the Multi-professional Clinical Teams to support the integration of Clinical Effectiveness and new developments into Radiotherapy & Oncology Practice

The postholder will provide a focus for Quality Assurance, managing the QACS Quality System – EN ISO 9001:2015 across the Cancer Business Unit (acting as QMR), and also Audit & Research within the Radiotherapy Section of Oncology.

Closing date : 11/08/2022

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This post will provide the ambitious professional with an opportunity to expand themselves and to have a direct impact on the quality of service provided and to shape the future of the evolving department.

Closing date : 14/08/2022

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Applications are invited for the post of Brachytherapy Clinical technologist/dosimetrist in the Leeds Cancer Centre, St James’s University Hospital. This is a great opportunity for a dynamic individual with experience in brachytherapy to support the clinical service. The brachytherapy department has a dedicated day case theatre suite, offering I-125 prostate treatments and advanced image guided HDR brachytherapy covering all major brachytherapy sites.

Closing date : 16/08/2022

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Applications are invited for an exciting opportunity to work in radiotherapy research and development as a Band 7 Clinical Scientist in the Radiotherapy Physics Section of Medical Physics and Engineering in the Leeds Cancer Centre (LCC), St James’s University Hospital.

Closing date : 22/08/2022

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This post will be particularly focussed on adaptive/bio-adaptive and MRI guided radiotherapy working closely with the academic groups (RRR and MCRC), as well as the clinical radiotherapy, medical physics and clinical oncology radiotherapy sections

Closing date : 23/08/2022

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To participate in all aspects of treatment and patient care, whilst working on the treatment units within the department on a rotational basis; both during normal and extended working hours; in addition to a commitment to provide an emergency service. To take charge of the running of their treatment unit with the consideration of the department as a whole.

Closing date : 23/08/2022

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Band 6 Posts

This is an exciting opportunity for a motivated Senior Radiotherapy Engineer to join our Radiotherapy Engineering team. The replacement of our fleet of 4 linacs began in 2019 with the installation of 2 Varian Truebeam machines, with the final Halcyon linac installed earlier this year.

Closing date : 14/08/2022

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Applications are invited for the post of Specialist Clinical Computing Technologist in the Radiotherapy Physics section of the Department of Medical Physics and Engineering. Based in the section’s Radiotherapy Technology Services group, this post holder will provide specialist clinical computing services to support and facilitate the delivery of radiotherapy treatment.

Closing date : 14/08/2022

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  • Leading and participating in the comprehensive provision of medical equipment maintenance and repair to radiotherapy pre-treatment and treatment delivery systems.
  • Leading and participating in multidisciplinary project teams to provide specialist technical support to enable the implementation of technical solutions to complex radiotherapy problems.

Closing date : 15/08/2022

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You will be expected to support all areas of radiotherapy physics, including treatment planning, performance checking of treatment and imaging equipment, brachytherapy, the development of new and novel techniques and radiation protection.

This is an excellent opportunity for you to develop your skills and progress your career.

We offer full support to trainee clinical scientists undertaking STP or Route 2 to HCPC Registration as Clinical Scientists and to more experienced staff undertaking Higher Specialist Scientist Training.

Closing date : 18/08/2022

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We are seeking to recruit an experienced engineer to become part of the team responsible for the maintenance and repair of radiotherapy treatment machines and equipment.

Closing date : 21/08/2022

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We are looking for a motivated, caring, pro-active individual to join our friendly and dedicated radiotherapy team of 18 Radiographers.

We are a small, busy department, dedicated to delivering a high quality of care and service to our patients.

Closing date : 21/08/2022

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  • Be responsible for the accurate preparation, planning and delivery of treatment by self and all members of the relevant team.
  • Organise and supervise the work schedules and patient management on a Linear Accelerator or CT Simulator on a daily basis.

Closing date : 23/08/2022

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This post is a training position intended for those who don’t have, but are intending to progress towards, HCPC registration. It is opened to applicants from university graduates up to those already on Route 2.

Closing date : 29/08/2022

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Opportunities have arisen for enthusiastic, motivated and dynamic Senior Radiographers (Band 6) to join the team. The post holders will be based at Withington site, but be expected to work across all Christie sites as required. This is a rotational post and you will have the opportunity to work across treatment and pre-treatment.

Closing date : 29/08/2022

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Main Duties of the Job:

  • The post holder will be required to work within the pre-treatment section of the department across both Reading (Hub) and Bracknell (satellite) sites.
  • Assist the Band 7/8 Radiographers in delivering innovative Pre-treatment Radiotherapy services, for a variety of tumour sites
  • To ensure that the services delivered by the Radiotherapy department meet the highest professional and technical standards, as per the CHKS and Trust policies and procedures
  • Uphold a patient centred service whilst ensuring efficiency targets are met
  • Be able to work flexibly to meet the needs of the service, which may include working the 37.5 hours per week between the hours of 7am-8pm and ad hoc weekend working if require
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  • Work as a senior member of the team of Radiographers covering all aspects of a wide range of both simple & complex treatment delivery and IGRT techniques
  • Support the team leader in the day-to-day management of their assigned work area, assisting in the organisation and management of the clinical workload
  • Liaising with the multidisciplinary team
  • Assist with the day-to-day organisation of a treatment unit to ensure an efficient service is delivered and workload targets are achieved
  • Supervise, support & teach junior members of staff and students
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Band 5 Posts

The post holder will be a member of the TP&MR group providing a comprehensive
Treatment Planning, Dosimetry and Mould Room service associated with patients
undergoing radiotherapy treatments

Closing date : 10/08/2022

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Care to join us in making a difference while working flexibly in our varied Radiotherapy team driving your own career path.

Working as part of a team on the linear accelerators providing safe and accurate radiotherapy treatment under the supervision of a senior radiographer.

Closing date : 19/08/2022

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An opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic, motivated and dynamic Radiographer (Band 5) to join the team at our new cancer centre in Macclesfield. The Macclesfield unit will be the first Christie centre with radiotherapy and chemotherapy, offering a full patient experience.

Closing date : 22/08/2022

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