Specialist in Radiology
Are you a specialist in the field of radiology who would like to work in an inspiring, informal and interdisciplinary environment where special importance is attached to teamwork, opportunities for on-going education and flat hierarchical structures? Then you may be one of our three new colleagues.
Employment opportunities/job profiles
Ideally, the vacant positions should be filled as follows:
Position 1) The position should be filled by a specialist with a broad training in the field of radiology. We offer ample opportunities for working in special fields of interest by agreement.
Position 2) The position should be filled by a specialist with a special interest in orthopaedic radiology, including orthopaedic MRI.
Position 3) The position should be filled by a specialist with an interest in MRI examinations. The department carries out approximately 3,500 scans a year. These consist mainly of neurological, orthopaedic and abdominal examinations.
The Department of Radiology has its own independent management consisting of a managing consultant and a consultant radiographer. Since 1 January 2008, Svendborg Hospital has been part of Odense University Hospital (OUH) with which it has a shared management.
The Department of Radiology at Svendborg Hospital consists of wards in Svendborg, Nyborg, Rudkøbing and on the island Ærø.
The Department of Radiology receives patients for acute and scheduled examinations from the hospital's wards and outpatient departments as well as from GPs and specialist practitioners in the area.
Approximately 115,000 examinations are carried out each year, 75,000 in Svendborg, 30,000 in Nyborg, 8,000 in Rudkøbing and 2,000 on Ærø.
Of the 75,000 examinations carried out in Svendborg, approximately 10,000 are CT scans, approximately 13,500 are ultrasound scans with intervention, and approximately 3,500 are MRI scans (2009).
The department has two multislice CT scanners, two 1.5T MRI scanners and two ultrasound rooms as well as X-ray, CR and DR for conventional radioscopy.
The department is fully digitalised, with RIS and PACS from GE, and has 11 rooms for examination of patients.
• An intensive language course
• The opportunity to become part of a department focused on a high degree of expertise, commitment and a good working environment
• Challenging tasks in close cooperation with surgical as well as medical departments
• Ample opportunities for continuing education, including participation in courses and conferences
We will assist you and your family at all times in connection with your start in Denmark and we will provide you with a contact person. We will also help you with your application for Danish authorisation, finding a job for your partner and your flat-hunting, and we offer mentoring support and help with all other practical matters.
We expect that you:
• are a specialist in the field of radiology
• have excellent cooperative and communication skills, both in relation to patients and their relatives and to all other members of staff
• are interested in continuing education
Pay and Conditions of employment
You will be employed under the collective agreement entered into between Foreningen af speciallæger (the association of Danish medical specialists) and Regionernes Lønnings- og Takstnævn (the Danish Regions' board responsible for pay and conditions of employment in the health sector).
Please contact managing consultant Inger Andersen if you need further information.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: +45 6320 2540
Please upload your CV, your certificate of registration as a medical practitioner and your specialist certification if applicable.