Salary (inclusive of London allowance): £44,674 – £52,701 per annum

Location: UCL Division of Medicine, Department of Imaging

Hours: Full-time

Closing date: 6th May 2020

Duties and Responsibilities

The post brings together, two important projects (ACED and NCITA).The postholder will work within the Repository Unit, which is a cross-institutional unit of the NCITA project UCL. The successful applicant will be responsible for running the scanner and carrying out phantom work to human reproducibility studies for pulse sequences and hardware development.

The main duties and responsibilities of this role will include:

Anonymisation and upload of studies to the NCITA archive.

The provision of support for the optimisation and development of research scan protocols.

Performing a wide range of MRI procedures, to a required standard, prioritising patients to ensure optimum efficiency and service quality, participating in the extended working day of the service, and ensuring all data inputs are accurately recorded in order to maintain the integrity of data for both patients and service.

This post is supported by a five year CRUK grant, which is reviewed annually this post is initially for a 12 month period.

Key Requirements

The successful candidate must have comprehensive experience and up-to-date knowledge of MRI and related MRI safety. S/He must be interested in, and must show a commitment to supporting high quality research.  In addition the role requires a willingness to travel to other sites within NCITA for network-related meetings and other activities.  Must possess good inter-personal skills with an ability to work co-operatively in a multidisciplinary setting and needs to be able to anticipate issues and adjust approaches when necessary.

Further Details

To apply for the vacancy please click here.

For an informal discussion please contact Ms Chris Brew-Graves(c.brew-graves@ucl.ac.uk)

For any queries regarding this advert or recruitment process please contact Anita Gorasia (a.gorasia@ucl.ac.uk)

We particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates as they are under-represented within UCL at this level.

We will consider applications to work on a part-time, flexible and job share basis wherever possible.

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