An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the innovative diagnostic radiography lecturing team at RGU. The subject has been voted 1st in Scotland for graduation prospects: Outcomes in Medical Technology and Bioengineering (Complete University Guide 2023) – Diagnostic Radiography, Top 5 in the UK* for overall student satisfaction in Medical Technology (National Student Survey 2022) and 1st in Scotland for Radiography (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022). The work is incredibly varied, stimulating and rewarding with the ability to shape the future radiography workforce. Candidates who wish to maintain a clinical role are welcome to apply.
What we can offer you:
- A part-time, permanent position or opportunity to work as a seconded position should that be desired.
- A competitive salary, excellent pension scheme and a generous annual leave allowance.
- An option for hybrid working in line with our HR policy.
- You will be supported to engage in scholarship and research for your professional and personal development.
- We are an equal opportunities employer.
- We are committed to the health and wellbeing of our staff and to the sustainability of our environment.
The School of Health Sciences is multi-professional in composition and situated in our state-of-the-art, purpose-built facility. You will contribute to the delivery and development of our portfolio of courses and actively engage in research/consultancy activities.
The School team includes professionals from a wide diversity of allied health and sport disciplines providing a wealth of inter-professional education and research opportunities. The radiography team has strong links with clinical service providers across Scotland, providing a network for collaborative working.
The School of Health Sciences specialist radiography resources include a digital imaging X-Ray suite with wireless DR and a state-of-the-art clinical skills and simulation centre.
You will be a diagnostic radiographer with current clinical experience, evidence of personal and professional development and experience of supporting radiography students in the clinical environment.
Staff in the School of Health Sciences contribute to research in the following priority areas – (i) Professional/clinical practice, (ii) Human performance, (iii) Education; Incorporating research on professional, patient, and community education as well as teaching and learning research. Research in all three priority areas contributes to the overarching aim of enhancing wellbeing, with physical activity a common thread that the School is actively pursuing. The School has close links with the faculty-wide cross-disciplinary practice research group and the Scottish Centre for evidence-based, Multi-professional Practice: a Collaborating Centre of the Joanna Briggs Institute, as well as a range of national and international collaborations with academic institutions.
This post is subject to the individual being required to join the PVG scheme. For more information, visit: https://www.mygov.scot/pvg-scheme/
To apply please submit your CV along with a cover letter detailing your suitability for the role against the requirements set out in the person specification.