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NBIA Clinical Fellow in Breast Radiology

Job Reference: J93-A-21-3448

Health Education England South West
MN37 (point 8)


Clinical Fellow in Breast Radiology

(Specialty Doctor Pay Scale MC75-04, £55,790 per annum)

The National Breast Imaging Academy (NBIA), supported by Health Education England is currently recruiting seven post CCT Fellows in Breast Radiology.

This is a new and exciting initiative offering a unique opportunity for radiologists wishing to enhance their existing breast radiology skills or train further in breast imaging. The posts offer comprehensive training in breast radiology, encompassing both symptomatic and screening aspects, providing fundamental experience in breast pathology, cancer genetics, epidemiology, service management, quality control, audit and evaluation. The programme also supports development of leaders, researchers and educators in breast radiology.

In addition, two dedicated study blocks delivered by leading breast experts as well as an individual study leave budget will be offered to all fellows.

Posts are due to commence from September 2022 for a period of 12 months on a full time basis, or the less than full time equivalent duration.

Applications from candidates wishing to work less than full time are welcomed however candidates must be able to work at least three days per week (i.e. 0.6WTE).

Successful candidates will be appointed to eligible NHS Trusts in England via a centralised recruitment process. The list of eligible Trusts will be made available to candidates at the time of invitation to interview.

If you would like further information regarding the posts or training, please contact the National Breast Imaging Academy. Contact details are available within the job description attached.

Applicants that have undertaken training within the UK must hold full FRCR and should be post CCT/CESR prior to commencement in post. International applicants should have completed equivalent postgraduate training in radiology and hold equivalent and recognised radiology qualifications.

Candidates requiring sponsorship to undertake the fellowship must fulfil the International Sponsorship Scheme eligibility criteria. Please check this prior to application. The award of sponsorship is subject to successful recruitment and satisfactory checks prior to commencement in post.

The interviews will be held on the 12th and 13th May 2022 virtually.

The application window opens on the 4th March 2022 and closes on the 1st April 2022. You will not be able to submit your application after this time. Please ensure that you have completed all the relevant sections of the application form as missing information will deem your application incomplete and it will not be considered.

You must apply via the online recruitment system Oriel. Oriel can be accessed from the link provided.

Details of the selection process, including the person specification and shortlisting criteria are also available within Oriel.

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