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Consultant - Interventional Radiology

King Abdulaziz Medical City - Riyadh
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Our Radiology Department is seeking exceptionally talented, adventurous and enthusiastic Radiologists to enrich their team. The immediate need is for a Consultant in Interventional Radiology

Job Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Graduate from a medical school of good standing

  • Completion of required period of training in specialty and/or sub-specialty

  • Current Valid License in good standing

  • Board Qualification from Country of Origin:

    • USA: The American Board of Radiology

    • Canada: Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Certification (RCPS-C)

    • UK: GMC/CCST Specialist Register 

    • Western Europe: Equivalence to above; Germany: (Facharzt), France: (DES)/CIS) or equivalent from relevant country

    • Australia and New Zealand: Fellowship from the Royal College or New Zealand College

Experience:

  • A minimum of three (3) years’ experience in a tertiary care center post-board certification (or the relevant equivalence)

  • Medical research merits strong consideration

  • Publications in peer-reviewed journals are highly desirable

Other Skills:

  • English, Level I - Essential

  • Arabic Languages Skills - Preferred

  • Computer Skills, Intermediate Level - Essential

Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Actively participates in QI activities

  • Provides input to the department head and Chairman of Interventional Radiology 

  • Serves on Committees as appointed by the Chairman of Interventional Radiology or the Hospital Director

  • Reports any violations of the rules and regulations of the department to the Chairman

  • Serves on committees as appointed by the Chairman of the Radiology Department

  • addition to his duties as Consultant he shall be accountable to the Chairman of Interventional Radiology for fulfilling his/her responsibilities.

  • Ensures that he/she maintains high medical ethical standards in the practice of radiology

  • Performs administrative tasks set by the Chairman of Interventional Radiology

  • Ensures that practices meet standards set by JCIA

  • Participates in education and in formal education programmes of the Hospital

  • Engages in clinical reviews, clinical research and other scholarly pursuits

  • Participates in radiological Imaging practices as determined by the Chairman of Interventional Radiology

  • Reporting of x rays for inclusion in patient records.

  • Conferring with other departments on the interpretation of radiological findings and assisting in determining the nature and extent of necessary treatment.

  • Share emergency calls with other radiologists

  • Carry out on call as required by the department

  • Should seek to advance knowledge and practice of radiological imaging by facilitating research and development in their domain. Should actively participate in planning research projects, securing funding, utilize the existing infrastructure for obtaining funds and resources and publishing research. Should devote more energy to seeking partners for research funding. Should divert more energy in auditing their own work and the work of their department and introduced evidenced based practice.

  • Invest in training residents, audit their work, encourage them to produce research work and publication but also to educate the public i. e. patients through explanatory leaflets informing them the importance of imaging and raising the profile of imaging department

  • Performs diagnostic or therapeutic interventions for which specific privileges have been granted based on experience and skills

  • Ensures that he/she maintains high medical ethical standards in the practice of radiology

  • Performs administrative tasks set by the Chairman of Interventional Radiology

  • Ensures that practices meet standards set by JCIA

  • Participates in education and in formal education programmes of the Hospital

  • Engages in clinical reviews, clinical research and other scholarly pursuits

  • Participates in radiological imaging practices as determined by the Chairman of Interventional Radiology

  • Reporting of x rays for inclusion in patient records

  • Conferring with other departments on the interpretation of radiological findings and assisting in determining the nature and extent of necessary treatment

  • Share emergency calls with other radiologists

  • Carry out on call as required by the department

  • Should seek to advance knowledge and practice of radiological imaging by facilitating research and development in their domain. Should actively participate in planning research projects, securing funding, utilize the existing infrastructure for obtaining funds and resources and publishing research. Should devote more energy to seeking partners for research funding. Should divert more energy in auditing their own work and the work of their department and introduced evidenced based practice

  • Invest in training residents, audit their work, encourage them to produce research work and publication but also to educate the public i.e. patients through explanatory leaflets informing them the importance of imaging and raising the profile of imaging department.

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