Imaging Director - MRI Contrast Agents


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2021-11-22 14:48:371970-01-01 Helix Medical Recruitment
Job Type Permanent Full Time
Location Amersham, Buckinghamshire
Area South Central, UK & IrelandLondon, UK & IrelandHome Counties, UK & IrelandEast Anglia, UK & Ireland South Central UK & Ireland Amersham, Buckinghamshire
Sector HealthcareHealthcare - Clinical SupportHealthcare - Other
Salary £60,000 - £70,000 + bonus, car, benefits
Start Date ASAP
Advertiser Healthcare Team
Telephone 01323 445454
Job Ref HMR74
Description

As the Imaging Director for MRI Contrast Agent Development, you'll help to develop the next generation of MRI imaging contrast agents as part of a large and talented team.
 

  • As the Imaging Director, you'll lead a team with expertise in MRI scanning and sequence manipulation to optimise enhancement by contrast media, educate non-clinical colleagues in how contrast techniques are used clinically, as well as clinical workflows, to inform the strategy and support a clinical research study to develop the next generation of MRI imaging contrast agents.
  • Work collaboratively in a diverse and talented team to understand the clinical study project needs and develop an imaging plan (including scanning protocols, budgets, timelines) to meet these needs. Develop imaging manuals, training materials and quality manuals, and train UK & international team members (in person or remote), to ensure the clinical research study is replicated across international sites.
  • Hybrid working option: the option to work from home when it's not necessary to be on site.


COMPANY

  • Worldwide market leader providing medical imaging solutions which significantly improve workflow, clinical and financial performance: X-ray, MRI, CT, Nuclear Medicine, and more. They provide superb training (inc CPD), support and development, and actively promote from within, so there will be genuine opportunities to progress your career.


REQUIREMENTS

  • Qualified MRI Radiographer with experience and confidence in sequences and contrast imaging agents - ideally neuro, oncology, and cardiology patients.
  • People management experience and enjoys educating others in MRI Radiographer scanning / procedures / medical physics.
  • Experience or interest in scientific and clinical research of diagnostic imaging agents.
  • Great communication skills to collaborate with a diverse team and provide training to others. Organised, adaptable, willing to learn and hardworking.


PACKAGE

  • Salary guide: £60-70,000 plus bonus and excellent benefits.


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