The teams at the University of Cambridge and VetCT have worked together to design an incredible opportunity that will give you more flexibility, less commuting time and a better work-life balance without impacting your career and financial goals. We are delighted to launch an exciting new partnership to offer hybrid positions for radiologists with a passion for teaching.These newly developed positions offer the best of both worlds to radiologists looking for the opportunity to gain access to the richness of the academic and teaching environment embodied by the University of Cambridge, along with a compensation package that is commensurate with modern teleradiology market expectations.

 

If you would like to find out a little more about this unique opportunity with VetCT and the University of Cambridge please read on!

 

About the University of Cambridge
The University of Cambridge is one of the world’s oldest and most successful universities. We are a renowned centre for research, education, and scholarship that makes a significant contribution to society. The University is consistently ranked amongst the top universities in the world, with more Nobel Prizes awarded to our researchers than any other University in the world. The University comprises more than 150 departments, faculties, schools and other institutions, plus a central administration and 31 independent and autonomous colleges.

 

Your role in the Department of Veterinary Medicine
In the Department of Veterinary Medicine, you will be responsible for providing small (and large animal) diagnostic imaging services to the Queen’s Veterinary School Hospital; training and supervising postgraduate Clinical Training Scholars and for practical teaching of diagnostic imaging to undergraduates. You will also assist the Principal Radiologist with the promotion of the diagnostic imaging service to the veterinary profession and engaging with local referring practitioners. You will also be allocated time and offered support to pursue activities associated with the academic mission of the Department, which may include clinical research, assisting with curriculum development and the delivery of teaching to veterinary students. You will be required to participate in the on-call diagnostic imaging service rota, for which additional remuneration will be provided.

 

 

About VetCT
VetCT is an independent veterinary radiologist-owned and led company established in 2009 in Cambridge, UK, built on the principles of exceptional quality work and outstanding patient care. Kindness, teamwork and empathy are at our core – we genuinely care about our team, our clients and their patients. Sustainability is also a guiding principle and at the heart of all we do.

 

Our team consists of more than 200 veterinary specialists covering all specialities and species, as well as a caring group of para-professionals including vet technicians and vet nurses, dedicated to ensuring you have everything you need to excel.

 

Our mission is to make the veterinary world a better place by delivering trusted veterinary knowledge, support and reassurance at the point of need. We achieve this through supportive, educational teleconsulting and teleradiology, and by developing novel educational strategies for veterinary medicine.

 

Our services were developed with all veterinarians in mind: students, new graduates, interns, residents, primary care vets, advanced practitioners and specialists. We look after vets all over the world, helping them care for their patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

 

Your role at VetCT
As a teleradiologist you will be responsible for reporting on radiology cases including a varied caseload of radiographs, CT, and MRI (in house training is provided). Principally, you will be supporting colleagues in first opinion and referral practice with their cases, with additional opportunities to be involved in our education and training programmes. You will have the full support of the IT, case and client management teams, enabling you to concentrate on the clinical reporting. Uniquely, VetCT is not production-based – our focus is on delivering high quality reports, providing you with the opportunity to discuss cases with both radiologists and specialists in other disciplines from around the world.

 

We also provide exceptional support and team engagement through our People team and wellness initiatives, and pride ourselves on working hard to be the employer of choice for radiologists.

 

To discuss this further please contact Katie at VetCT for a confidential chat at Katie.Booth@vet-ct.com.

 

Both VetCT and the University of Cambridge operate a policy of fair and equal employment practices for all employees and job applicants without insidious discrimination on the basis of race, colour, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, age, religion, political beliefs, disability or status as a veteran.

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The teams at the University of Cambridge and VetCT have worked together to design an incredible opportunity that will give you more flexibility, less commuting time and a better work-life balance without impacting your career and financial goals. We are delighted to launch an exciting new partnership to offer hybrid positions for radiologists with a passion for teaching.These newly developed positions offer the best of both worlds to radiologists looking for the opportunity to gain access to the richness of the academic and teaching environment embodied by the University of Cambridge, along with a compensation package that is commensurate with modern teleradiology market expectations.

 

If you would like to find out a little more about this unique opportunity with VetCT and the University of Cambridge please read on!

 

About the University of Cambridge
The University of Cambridge is one of the world’s oldest and most successful universities. We are a renowned centre for research, education, and scholarship that makes a significant contribution to society. The University is consistently ranked amongst the top universities in the world, with more Nobel Prizes awarded to our researchers than any other University in the world. The University comprises more than 150 departments, faculties, schools and other institutions, plus a central administration and 31 independent and autonomous colleges.

 

Your role in the Department of Veterinary Medicine
In the Department of Veterinary Medicine, you will be responsible for providing small (and large animal) diagnostic imaging services to the Queen’s Veterinary School Hospital; training and supervising postgraduate Clinical Training Scholars and for practical teaching of diagnostic imaging to undergraduates. You will also assist the Principal Radiologist with the promotion of the diagnostic imaging service to the veterinary profession and engaging with local referring practitioners. You will also be allocated time and offered support to pursue activities associated with the academic mission of the Department, which may include clinical research, assisting with curriculum development and the delivery of teaching to veterinary students. You will be required to participate in the on-call diagnostic imaging service rota, for which additional remuneration will be provided.

 

 

About VetCT
VetCT is an independent veterinary radiologist-owned and led company established in 2009 in Cambridge, UK, built on the principles of exceptional quality work and outstanding patient care. Kindness, teamwork and empathy are at our core – we genuinely care about our team, our clients and their patients. Sustainability is also a guiding principle and at the heart of all we do.

 

Our team consists of more than 200 veterinary specialists covering all specialities and species, as well as a caring group of para-professionals including vet technicians and vet nurses, dedicated to ensuring you have everything you need to excel.

 

Our mission is to make the veterinary world a better place by delivering trusted veterinary knowledge, support and reassurance at the point of need. We achieve this through supportive, educational teleconsulting and teleradiology, and by developing novel educational strategies for veterinary medicine.

 

Our services were developed with all veterinarians in mind: students, new graduates, interns, residents, primary care vets, advanced practitioners and specialists. We look after vets all over the world, helping them care for their patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

 

Your role at VetCT
As a teleradiologist you will be responsible for reporting on radiology cases including a varied caseload of radiographs, CT, and MRI (in house training is provided). Principally, you will be supporting colleagues in first opinion and referral practice with their cases, with additional opportunities to be involved in our education and training programmes. You will have the full support of the IT, case and client management teams, enabling you to concentrate on the clinical reporting. Uniquely, VetCT is not production-based – our focus is on delivering high quality reports, providing you with the opportunity to discuss cases with both radiologists and specialists in other disciplines from around the world.

 

We also provide exceptional support and team engagement through our People team and wellness initiatives, and pride ourselves on working hard to be the employer of choice for radiologists.

 

To discuss this further please contact Katie at VetCT for a confidential chat at Katie.Booth@vet-ct.com.

 

Both VetCT and the University of Cambridge operate a policy of fair and equal employment practices for all employees and job applicants without insidious discrimination on the basis of race, colour, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, age, religion, political beliefs, disability or status as a veteran.

To apply for this job email your details to kellie.bodin@vet-ct.com