ASTON UNIVERSITY

Research Radiographer, MRI Unit Aston Brain Centre

Location
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Salary
£33,199 to £39,609 per annum (pro-rata)
Posted
05 Sep 2018
End of advertisement period
19 Oct 2018
Ref
R180391
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time

Life & Health Sciences

Salary:  £33,199 to £39,609 per annum (pro-rata)
Grade:  Grade 08
Contract Type:  Continuing
Basis:  Part Time (14.6 hours per week (0.4 FTE with scope to increase to 0.6 FTE))
Closing Date:  23.59 hours BST on Friday 19 October 2018
Interview Date:  Wednesday 07 November 2018
Reference:  R180391

Aston University is committed to investing in areas of research excellence. The Aston Brain Centre is a campus based research facility that includes a 3 tesla MRI scanner as well as a range of other tools for neuroimaging research (e.g. TMS, MEG) and a purpose built research facility that can support clinical trials (e.g. toddler observation labs, sleep labs). As part of the centre’s new strategy, a permanent position of Research Radiographer is now available. The position holder will play a key role in delivering funded research and supporting new science. The successful candidate will join a vibrant team of clinical radiography staff who support research as well as clinical service. 

The Aston Brain Centre is a flagship research facility within the School of Life and Health Sciences at Aston University. The School and University is acknowledged as UK-leading with an outstanding reputation for research and teaching. In the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, 80% of Aston’s overall research ranked as ‘world leading’ and ‘internationally excellent’ with research in the Allied Health Professions ranked 5th in the UK. Within The School of Life & Health Sciences, 94% of our academic research is classed as ‘world leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’.

Your application should highlight how you meet the essential requirements of the post detailed in the job description. You must hold qualifications in radiography and current HCPC registration. 

Informal Enquiries should be addressed to Professor Amanda Wood, Director of the Aston Brain Centre, at a.wood4@aston.ac.uk or Mrs Elizabeth Squire, Lead Radiographer, e.squire1@aston.ac.uk.