Friday, 24 June 2016

FRANZCR - Qualified Radiologists Jobs in Australia



At this exciting time of growth, Sonic Healthcare is inviting applications from FRANZCR-qualified radiologists to fill our newly created Night Watch Radiologist positions across the country. 
Part of the Sonic Healthcare Group, Sonic Imaging is a leading, long-established radiology practice, which includes the provision of diagnostic imaging services to a large number of private and public hospitals in
Australia. As a result there is an increasing need for rapid, expert, 24-hour reporting.
The successful candidate(s) will work using our national PACS network from one of our capital city practice locations in Sydney, Brisbane, Perth or Melbourne, or one of our provincial centres, and be responsible for reporting work from 11.00 pm to 7.00 am.  
You will join a 200-strong team of leading radiologists who work across Australia, with the majority of the after-hours caseload comprising emergency studies. 
As a leading provider of imaging services across Australia, Sonic Healthcare offers radiologists:
•          A supportive team environment
•          Access to ongoing professional development within a cohesive, collegiate group
•          Generous leave entitlements
•          Highly competitive remuneration package
•          Relocation assistance
•          Long-term security of employment with a major and secure ASX-listed company 
The successful candidates will be Australian graduates or unrestricted Overseas Trained Doctors with Permanent Residency or an appropriate work visa with current AHPRA registration. Hours of work can be flexible, but the preferred model is full-time employment.  
This role will appeal to a highly motivated radiologist who has an interest in referrer engagement as well as a focus on delivering clinically superior results for our patients. You will also enjoy autonomy and flexibility, have a customer focused mindset and be a team player.
Interested?
Contact Sileana Cochrane on sileana.cochrane@sonichealthcare.com


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