Lecturer in Medical Imaging (Medical Technologist)

Opening Date:
1 May 2020
Closing Date:
29 May 2020
Salary Range:

Grade: 9 or 8 (depending on experience and qualifications)
Post Type: 0.6 FTE
Contract Type: Indefinite

Are you an enthusiastic Diagnostic Radiographer, Medical Technologist or Medical Physicist who enjoys teaching, supporting students and who would like to join our Diagnostic Radiography and Medical Imaging team? Would you welcome a change in roles when the immediate COVID crisis is over? Would you like this to be full time or part time? We welcome job share or part time applications to complete this post.

We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated lecturer who has experience of working across medical imaging, technology or medical physics environments who can teach technology, physics and the evolving area of AI and guide the next generation of graduates and clinical experts into current and newly evolving roles.

You will have the opportunity to use your knowledge and experience innovatively, delivering clinical and theoretical teaching, learning and assessment across our undergraduate and post graduate programmes, you will also be involved in student support and curricula development. We work across 5 NHS Trusts in our region and provide local, regional and national post-graduate programmes in the areas of CT, MRI and Advanced Clinical Practice (Radiographic Reporting). We expect you to develop your clinical and teaching expertise and when you are ready become involved in potential research opportunities working with Professor Maryann Hardy and Professor Bev Snaith.

We offer a range of developmental opportunities if you do not currently have a post graduate qualification and we can support you to complete a Masters award. We will also provide you with the opportunity to work towards a Fellowship of Advance HE through developing your teaching practice and experience portfolio and we will support you through our new career development framework. As a new member of staff, you will be mentored by an experienced colleague and supported to develop your academic career through the University career framework.

If you currently work in a clinical setting and wish to continue to do so on a part time basis, we are open to negotiating working arrangements and secondments with NHS employers.

For further information or to submit an application, please visit https://jobs.bradford.ac.uk/ .