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- Posted on 4th April 2019

UK- Research Radiographer/Dosimetrist

Oxford/London

Location: Oxford/London

Contract:  Full time (3 year contract initially)

Seniority Level: NHS Band 6/7 equivalent

Closing date: 1st June 2019

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We are seeking a research radiographer with experience in radiotherapy contouring to join our team to support our clinical research collaborations, guide clinical research plans, and assist with image annotation. This role will primarily support continued R&D for Mirada’s Deep Learning based auto-contouring product to support radiotherapy workflows. However, the role is expected to be broad in scope. Therefore, we are looking for experienced candidates to capable of undertaking a diverse range of work related to radiotherapy, reporting within the Mirada Science and Medical Technology group.

The position is funded as part of the London Medical Imaging & Artificial Intelligence Centre for Value-Based Healthcare. Research will be conducted working closely with Guys & St Thomas’s Hospitals in London. It is anticipated working time will be split flexibly between Mirada in Oxford and GSTT/KCL in London with at least 1 day/week in each location.  The role will be structured to offer sufficient opportunity to conduct CPD activities to maintain practical clinical knowledge and professional registration, reporting to the Head of Radiotherapy Physics at GSTT.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Supporting clinical collaborations
  • Developing clinical research studies
  • Clinical data curation/annotation support
  • Providing expert clinical advice to product development teams
  • Supporting clinical use of applications

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE 

Essential Skills
  • Vocational degree in radiotherapy or equivalent
  • Current professional registration
  • Broad knowledge of the field of radiotherapy
  • Experience in radiotherapy contouring
  • Rigorous approach to scientific research
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to communicate with a wide range of stakeholders
Advantageous Skills
  • Academic research experience
  • Experience with a range of clinical software applications

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