MRI Radiographer

The University of Edinburgh

Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies

The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies and Roslin Institute of The University of Edinburgh, based on the Easter Bush Campus on the South side of Edinburgh, are leading centres of clinical excellence, welfare and research for animals.

We are seeking a qualified diagnostic radiographer with MRI experience to join our diagnostic imaging team of 3 radiographers and 3 radiologists, to ensure the efficient running of the diagnostic imaging facilities in the Hospital for Small Animals, producing high quality diagnostic images of animals for clinical and research purposes.

You will work both in a team and independently to organise and prioritise daily/weekly workload and will contribute to teaching veterinary students in all aspects of producing diagnostic images. Small animal MRI will be the major imaging modality for which you will have responsibility, however small animal CT and radiography will also fall into the remit. Appropriate training will be provided where necessary, in particular animal handling. You will also ensure ongoing operation of imaging equipment by organising and planning their maintenance programmes; and ensure effective archiving of images obtained from these sources.  

You should have an interest in teaching and animals, and ideally you are a diagnostic radiographer with recent, relevant MRI experience. Animal handling skills are desirable, willingness to work with animals is essential. Some flexibility in work hours will be required.

For further details or informal enquiries, please contact tobias.schwartz@ed.ac.uk

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