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Job Description

For further information about the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, please click on the links on the right hand panel and you will be directed to the Trust's website.

Consultant Radiologist with a Special Interest in Uroradiology –


Every one of our 8000 staff at the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust plays a vital role in providing quality care to thousands of people living across Wakefield and North Kirklees each year.

We’re proud to say that our hard working, talented and dynamic workforce is our greatest asset. If you are a dynamic, innovative forward thinking clinician who would like to make a significant contribution to the Trust then you could become part of the team.

We can offer a supportive working environment – in first class facilities – where excellence and innovation is valued and celebrated; by providing excellent training and development opportunities, and by offering a comprehensive package of staff benefits.

The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is a large multi-site Trust whose ambitious programme to reconfigure services in line with leading national and international care delivery models will be completed during 2016/2017.

We are looking for candidates to join a team of 27 WTE radiology consultants who provide subspecialist expertise as well as general radiological services across our three sites, with modern imaging equipment and staff facilities. We also support the Leeds and Bradford Radiology Training Scheme with up to 10 trainees present in the department at any one time.

The post attracts 10 Programmed Activities including a minimum of 15 SPA. Additional PA for DCC and SPA is negotiable with role development.

Candidates must be in possession of, or be within six months of obtaining, a CC(S)T in clinical radiology at the time of interview.

The appointment will be on the basis of the new consultant contract laid down by the Hospital Medical and Dental Staff Terms and Conditions of Service and will be remunerated as appropriate on the salary scale £76,001 - £102,465 per annum.

Should applicants be currently or recently employed in a medical capacity the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust reserves the right to request a reference from the Medical Director and/or Responsible Officer of any previous or current employing organisations.

For further information please contact Dr Richard Robinson, Consultant Radiologist and Head of Clinical Service, Radiology on  ( Phone number removed )  or e-mail: ( Email address removed )

To help you with your application for this job, please ensure you read the Information and Guidance for Applicants, Job Description and Person Specification. You will find these documents in the right hand panel of the job advert.

We are committed to equal opportunities and welcome applications from all sections of the community, regardless of any protected characteristics.

For all Nursing posts (Band 1 and above, including Safety Support Workers and Healthcare Assistants) please note:
- We may require successful candidates to work rotational, 24 hour shift patterns.
- NHS Professionals are our current partner for managing and booking bank shifts within the Trust. To make things easier for you we will automatically register you onto the NHS Professionals booking system to enable you to work additional shifts,
unless you opt out of the process. We will provide you with further information regarding this during recruitment, and answer any questions you may have.

Thank you.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

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