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Demand is high overseas radiologists in the NHS

With a career in NHS Radiology offering great opportunites with excellent career progression, competitive salaries, access to Specialty Training in CCT or CESR - it is a great time for overseas radiologists to find work in the NHS!

Requirements for overseas candidates to work as a radiologist in the UK

  • IELTS or OET
  • PLAB or FRCR 
  • GMC registration
  • EEA applicants will only require GMC registration and IELTS or OET 

IMG Library Find out more about IELTS or OET, GMC Registration, PLAB, FRCR or to understand the Route to the UK for an overseas Radiologist.

What should I know about radiology in the UK? 

One of the most in-demand specialties in the NHS, Radiology has rapidly advanced in recent years with technological innovations and widespread availability of sophisticated imaging techniques playing a major part. 

Both a diagnostic and interventional specialty, it has links to almost every other department in a hospital. 

Specialty training is five years in total (diagnostic, ST1-5) extended an extra year for those that sub-specialise in interventional radiology (ST1-6).

What can you expect to do as part of a typical working week in the NHS?

A typical working week as a diagnostic radiologist can include lists for ultrasound, IVUs, CT, MRI and barium/fluoroscopy lists in addition to plain film reporting and clinics. You can expect to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team on a 10 PA job plan with inclusion on the general radiology on-call.

Interventional radiologists can expect a variety of IR procedures to be included in addition to their diagnostic duties.


Did you know? As storage phosphor systems become more efficient and affordable, radiograms look set to become entirely digital and the ‘filmless’ radiology department will soon be a reality across the NHS.


 

£80,000 - £108,000

Specialists in Breast Radiology looking to work as Consultants in the NHS are invited to apply for a fixed-term consultant position with the an ambitious NHS trust in the South East.

Working with the larger General Hospital within the Foundation Trust, the radiology department are looking to expand their breast imaging service and by enlisting the services of an additional consultant in breast radiology. Joining a team of four committed breast radiologists based you wil be assisted by 2 advanced radiographic practitioners  stereotactic biopsy and wire placement and four film reading radiographers providing screen reading.

The trust's High Risk MR breast screening service was implemented in 2014 and the breast unit has recently been relocated to to new state of the art department in a separate wing of the main hospital.

Job plans will allow for flexibility and discussions around job planning are welcome.

Requirements for this position are:

  • FRCR or equivalent recognised qualifications
  • IELTS or OET
  • Extensive experience in breast radiology services
  • NHS experience is highly desirable but not essential.

Aspiring breast radiologists looking for their first role in the NHS are invited to apply.

Specialists in Breast Radiology looking to work as Consultants in the NHS are invited to apply for a fixed-term consultant position with the an ambitious NHS trust in the South East.

Working with the larger General Hospital within the Foundation Trust, the radiology department are looking to expand their breast imaging service and by enlisting the services of an additional consultant in breast radiology. Joining a team of four committed breast radiologists based you wil be assisted by 2 advanced radiographic practitioners  stereotactic biopsy and wire placement and four film reading radiographers providing screen reading.

The trust's High Risk MR breast screening service was implemented in 2014 and the breast unit has recently been relocated to to new state of the art department in a separate wing of the main hospital.

Job plans will allow for flexibility and discussions around job planning are welcome.

Requirements for this position are:

  • FRCR or equivalent recognised qualifications
  • IELTS or OET
  • Extensive experience in breast radiology services
  • NHS experience is highly desirable but not essential.

Aspiring breast radiologists looking for their first role in the NHS are invited to apply.

£78,000 to £105,000

Senior Radiologists with aspirations to attain Specialist Registration via CESR or CCT and work as NHS Consultants in Breast Radiology should apply. 

Joining a team of eight other radiologists, the post will help the trust to provide a robust symptomatic screening breast service to the local area, encompassing all breast imaging including breast radiography, MRI, ultrasound, intervention whilst the individual will be a core member of the Breast MDT.

The trust will accommodate flexible working, and will work with individual requests on extended days, optional on-call participation. The position will particularly suit candidates looking to develop themselves specifically in breast radiology whilst applicants with a clear set of requirements for their CESR application will be supported. The trust has experience in developing international doctors and helping them successfully attain CESR and Specialist Registration.

The Medical Imaging Department  has two CT suites, supporting the development of CT colonography & cardiac CT, 1.5 Tesla MRI suite, interventional fluoroscopy suite, A&E and plain X-ray rooms, with Dexa, ultrasound services and nuclear medicine.

All radiologists have access to communal reporting areas with PACS, CT and MRI workstations.

Requirements for this position are:

  • FRCR or FRANZCR or FFR RCSI
  • IELTS or OET
  • Extensive experience in Breast Radiology

This is a great opportunity for radiology doctors looking with aspirations to work as NHS consultants.

£70,000 - £108,000

Applications are open for senior medical oncologist working as consultants, or with aspirations to practice as a NHS consultant. Support with CESR applications will be considered.

Working across one of the largest and busiest acute teaching trusts in England, the role is working with the trust's partnership with a clinically lead oncology centre across the midlands and will offer great learning and senior exposure to oncology experts in the region.

The department's equipment is state of the art and the role will involve much teaching and mentoring with juniors once the successful applicant is established in the department.

A full job description is available upon request.

Requirements for this position are:

  • MRCP, FRCP or equivalent
  • CCT or CESR desireable
  • Demonstrable experience in Urology & HpB cancer treatment
  • Broad experience in other tuour sites
  • Extensive experience in medical oncology

Senior medical oncologists looking to enter the specialist register via either CCT or CESR on their journey to their first NHS consultant post are welcome to apply.

£79,000 - £87,000

A University Health Board in Wales is recruiting senior Radiologists that are looking to attain Specialist Registration in the NHS via CESR. 

Radiologist with interests in all sub-specialisms will be considered with a range of different hospitals to be based out of.

The position will offer 9 hours of non-clinical work or SPAs within the job plan for Audit, Teaching and Professional Development

Requirements for this position are:

  • FRCR or FRANZCR or FFR RCSI
  • IELTS or OET 
  • At least four years experience in Radiology

The locations are fantastic for families or those who like areas of natural beauty and wildlife.

This is a great opportunity for Radiologists new to the NHS, looking to further their career in Radiology, attain Specialist Registration via CESR or CCT. 

£50,000 - £74,000

Senior Radiologists looking to attain Specialist Registration in the NHS via CESR are invited to apply for roles with a Welsh University Health Board.

Radiologist with interests in all sub-specialisms will be considered with a range of different hospitals to be based out of.

The positions can offer 9 hours of non-clinical work or SPAs within the job plan for Audit, Teaching and Porfessional Development

Requirements for this position are:

  • FRCR or FRANZCR or FFR RCSI
  • IELTS or OET 
  • At least four years experience in Radiology

The locations are fantastic for families or those who like areas of natural beauty and wildlife.

These are great opportunities for Radiologists new to the NHS, looking to further their career in Radiology, attain Specialist Registration via CESR or CCT. 

£80,000 - £108,000

Radiology consultants looking to attain Specialist Registration in the NHS via CESR are invited to apply The successful applicant will be fully competent to cover conventional radiology, ultrasound, CT, MRI and on-call. Breast Radiology experience or interest would be desirable.

The Department of Diagnostic Imaging is based at a 500 bed University Hospital providing most major surgical and medical specialties to the towns across the East of England. The Trust achieved NHS Foundation Trust status as of 1st August 2006 and was rated “Good,” following the Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection which took place in July 2018. This places them in the top 30% of acute trusts in the country.

The department is equipped to a high standard and is fully digital with GE PACS in use since 2005, supported by a modern RIS (CRIS) which has been recently upgraded with voice recognition software. We are in the process of developing home reporting and network sharing capacity.

The main department has four general rooms, a dental room and two rooms with digital fluoroscopy, one of which is a C-Arm. Waiting facilities for patients have been recently upgraded and include a dedicated bed bay for the safe management of ward patients.

The ultrasound department has three new Philips IU22 and four Toshiba machines. Most recent additions include a Toshiba Aplio for nuchal scans in obstetrics and a Philips CX50 portable unit for community ultrasound.

The cross sectional imaging suite has 2 GE Lightspeed 16 slice CT scanners housed in separate suites for inpatient and outpatient work and a Siemens Avanto 1.5T MRI. Acquisition of a 128 slice CT scanner for cardiac imaging is under consideration.

Breast screening and symptomatic mammography services are provided and a major refurbishment of the breast imaging suite has recently been completed with installation of full field digital mammography equipment for both screening and symptomatic work.

They are looking for enthusiastic team players to join this progressive department with one of the best patient waiting times in the region. The appointee will be part of a team of ten consultants and will be involved in all aspects of departmental work. This will include involvement in multi-disciplinary team meetings for cancer body sites, including Upper GI, Colorectal, Breast, Lung, Haematology, Urology, Gynaecology, Head and Neck, and Thyroid.

The Department has a commitment to teaching undergraduates from the local University and Medical School and an interest in teaching would be an advantage. In addition Specialist Registrars from the Radiology Academy based at a neighbouring University Hospital rotate through the department giving further opportunities for teaching.

Senior radiologists looking to develop their career in the NHS and work towards attaining Specialist Registration via CESR and ultimately a permanent post will be fully supported.

£80,000 - £108,000

Radiology consultants looking to attain Specialist Registration in the NHS via CESR are invited to apply The successful applicant will be fully competent to cover conventional radiology, ultrasound, CT, MRI and on-call. Interventional Radiology experience or interest would be desirable.

The Department of Diagnostic Imaging is based at a 500 bed University Hospital providing most major surgical and medical specialties to the towns across the East of England. The Trust achieved NHS Foundation Trust status as of 1st August 2006 and was rated “Good,” following the Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection which took place in July 2018. This places them in the top 30% of acute trusts in the country.

The department is equipped to a high standard and is fully digital with GE PACS in use since 2005, supported by a modern RIS (CRIS) which has been recently upgraded with voice recognition software. We are in the process of developing home reporting and network sharing capacity.

The main department has four general rooms, a dental room and two rooms with digital fluoroscopy, one of which is a C-Arm. Waiting facilities for patients have been recently upgraded and include a dedicated bed bay for the safe management of ward patients.

The ultrasound department has three new Philips IU22 and four Toshiba machines. Most recent additions include a Toshiba Aplio for nuchal scans in obstetrics and a Philips CX50 portable unit for community ultrasound.

The cross sectional imaging suite has 2 GE Lightspeed 16 slice CT scanners housed in separate suites for inpatient and outpatient work and a Siemens Avanto 1.5T MRI. Acquisition of a 128 slice CT scanner for cardiac imaging is under consideration.

Breast screening and symptomatic mammography services are provided and a major refurbishment of the breast imaging suite has recently been completed with installation of full field digital mammography equipment for both screening and symptomatic work.

They are looking for enthusiastic team players to join this progressive department with one of the best patient waiting times in the region. The appointee will be part of a team of ten consultants and will be involved in all aspects of departmental work. This will include involvement in multi-disciplinary team meetings for cancer body sites, including Upper GI, Colorectal, Breast, Lung, Haematology, Urology, Gynaecology, Head and Neck, and Thyroid.

The Department has a commitment to teaching undergraduates from the local University and Medical School and an interest in teaching would be an advantage. In addition Specialist Registrars from the Radiology Academy based at a neighbouring University Hospital rotate through the department giving further opportunities for teaching.

Senior radiologists looking to develop their career in the NHS and work towards attaining Specialist Registration via CESR and ultimately a permanent post will be fully supported.

£80,000 - £108,000

Radiology consultants looking to attain Specialist Registration in the NHS via CESR are invited to apply The successful applicant will be fully competent to cover conventional radiology, ultrasound, CT, MRI and on-call. Radiologists looking to develop their experience in certain areas will be considered.

The Department of Diagnostic Imaging is based at a 500 bed University Hospital providing most major surgical and medical specialties to the towns across the East of England. The Trust achieved NHS Foundation Trust status as of 1st August 2006 and was rated “Good,” following the Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection which took place in July 2018. This places them in the top 30% of acute trusts in the country.

The department is equipped to a high standard and is fully digital with GE PACS in use since 2005, supported by a modern RIS (CRIS) which has been recently upgraded with voice recognition software. We are in the process of developing home reporting and network sharing capacity.

The main department has four general rooms, a dental room and two rooms with digital fluoroscopy, one of which is a C-Arm. Waiting facilities for patients have been recently upgraded and include a dedicated bed bay for the safe management of ward patients.

The ultrasound department has three new Philips IU22 and four Toshiba machines. Most recent additions include a Toshiba Aplio for nuchal scans in obstetrics and a Philips CX50 portable unit for community ultrasound.

The cross sectional imaging suite has 2 GE Lightspeed 16 slice CT scanners housed in separate suites for inpatient and outpatient work and a Siemens Avanto 1.5T MRI. Acquisition of a 128 slice CT scanner for cardiac imaging is under consideration.

They are looking for enthusiastic team players to join this progressive department with one of the best patient waiting times in the region. The appointee will be part of a team of ten consultants and will be involved in all aspects of departmental work. This will include involvement in multi-disciplinary team meetings for cancer body sites, including Upper GI, Colorectal, Breast, Lung, Haematology, Urology, Gynaecology, Head and Neck, and Thyroid.

The Department has a commitment to teaching undergraduates from the local University and Medical School and an interest in teaching would be an advantage. In addition Specialist Registrars from the Radiology Academy based at a neighbouring University Hospital rotate through the department giving further opportunities for teaching.

Senior radiologists looking to develop their career in the NHS and work towards attaining Specialist Registration via CESR and ultimately a permanent post will be fully supported.

£79,000 - £107,000

A progressive District General Hospital in the Midlands are looking for a Senior Interventional Radiologist, offering support for CESR applications.

The requirements for this position are:

  • FRCR
  • OET or IELTS
  • Experience in Interventional Radiology

Great opportunity for candidates working towards their first consultant vacancy and a career in the NHS.

60,000 - £107,000

Fantastic opportunity for a senior radiologists looking to attain Specialist Registration via either CCT or CESR routes and start their radiology career in the NHS.

Working in the Channel Islands the role is willing to support physicians looking to work as a consultant in radiology and will support most areas of interest. Requirements are the following:

  • FRCR
  • Good experience in Radiology, preferably at consultant grade
  • Consultant level experience in Radiology desireable
  • IELTS or OET

The hospital is offering full support with CESR applications or those wishing to enter specialty training at ST3 grade. 

The hospital will look to support most areas of interest in Radiology.

Attractive relocations packages are available.

£77,000 to £105,000

A great opportunity for Radiology consultants looking to attain Specialist Registration via CESR in the NHS.

A uniquely sitauted hospital trust in the East Midlands are looking to appoint a senior radiology doctor to a consultant post on a 12-24 month contract, with a view to offering permanent role following.

A CESR programme is established with the Trust and support for Tier 2 visa applications is offered:

  • FRCR 
  • IELTS or OET

This is a fantastic opportunity for those seeking to further their career in the NHS at attain specialist registration via CESR.

£77,000 - £105,000

We are recruiting for a consultant clinical oncologist with specialist interest in Head and Neck and Lung Cancer to fill this excellent job situated in a modern hospital.
You will be joining a friendly established team of 8 oncologists.
The post will provide an excellent opportunity for a candidate interested in furtehring their career in oncology. 
Requirements for the post: 

  • MRCP 
  • IELTS or OET

Consultant clinical oncologists across a range of experiences are welcome to apply for this vacancy. 
 

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