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NSW Government - Sydney, NSW

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical
Source: uWorkin


Position: Radiology Trainee
Location: Prince of Wales Hospital
Employment Type: Temporary Full Time
FTE available: 1 FTE
Hours Per Week: 38
Requisition ID: CAM10879

Position Details:

The successful applicant(s) will be appointed as The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists ("RANZCR") accredited Radiology Trainee(s) in the Southern NSW Radiology Training Network (ie. Local Area Network 3 or LAN 3), and will be appointed to Prince of Wales Hospital (as their home hospital), where the successful applicant(s) will be working and training the majority of the time.

This is a temporary full-time position (from 2 August 2021 - 6 February 2022). Please note, there is no guarantee/obligation the successful applicant will be reappointed to the current hospital (or other hospital within LAN 3) at the end of the contract.

Please note, LAN 3 Trainees (during their five years of training) will be required to complete rotations to other LAN sites and may also encompass other curriculum requirements in order for the Trainee to attain their Fellowship with RANZCR. In general, Trainees will spend no more than four years at any single training site within their five year training program as per RANZCR.

What you'll be doing

Radiology Trainees provide high quality radiology services whilst learning all stages of the radiological examinations of patients including referrals, triaging, supervision, performance, reporting and communication of the procedure. They will participate in all aspects of the Department of Medical Imaging, involving Clinical Radiologists as medical experts, including professionalism, team work, communication, advocacy and management.

• Provide general Radiology consultation for patients referred to the department for radiological procedures.
• Participate in reporting of all diagnostic and intervention procedures undertaken in a timely manner under the supervision of the consultant Radiologist of the day.
• Perform radiological procedures and interventions, the range and complexity of which to be commensurate with experience and stage of training, guided by RANZCR curriculum requirements.
• By the end of training, the trainee should be able to provide effective radiology services to patients under supervision, while developing expertise in medical and imaging practice in a complex clinical environment.

  1. Qualifications and experience commensurate with the Essential Requirements for the role.
  2. Demonstrated interest in Radiology and preparation for Radiology training (including Part 1 RANZCR exams and other curriculum requirements).
  3. Demonstrated ability to work independently within a complex health care setting with proven time management, analytical and reasoning skills, and good common routine procedural skills.
  4. Excellent written, verbal and multimedia communication skills, in order to interact effectively with patients, referrers, colleagues and other team members.
  5. Understanding and promotion of collaborative effort and empathy within a heterogeneous team environment such as a radiology department.
  6. Excellent academic record commensurate with experience, evidence of on-going learning, teaching activities, potential involvement with projects and research publications.
  7. Understanding quality improvement principles, audit, implementation of practice improvement initiatives and commitment to continuing professional development.
  8. Experience in a broad spectrum of clinical disciplines prior to undertaking radiology training.

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For role related queries or questions contact Kevin Tay on [email protected]

Sydney, NSW

Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical


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