Consultant Interventional Neuroradiologist

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Post :             Consultant Interventional Neuroradiologist 

Salary :         £82,699 (GBP) to £109,849 (GBP) (pro-rata if applicable)

Tenure :        Permanent

Location:      Institute of Neurological Science, Queen Elizabeth University

                        Hospital, Glasgow, Scotland , United Kingdom


Relocation Package available (where appropriate)


NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde is the UK’s largest provider of acute hospital, primary, community and mental health care services. With a total budget of £3.2 billion and a workforce of around 39,000 staff it serves an immediate population of 1.2 million plus provides specialist regional services to more than half of Scotland’s population.


The geographical area covered is diverse; from the major city of Glasgow, large and small towns, villages and some rural districts; and encompasses 6 local authority areas from East Dunbartonshire to Inverclyde.


Our Acute Services are delivered currently from three Sectors covering North Glasgow, South Glasgow and Clyde and three Directorates with cross site responsibilities covering Women and Children's Services, Regional Services and Diagnostics and Imaging. Inpatient and Outpatient Acute and Medicine for the Elderly Services are delivered across 9 sites which include Acute teaching hospitals of which the state-of-the-art Queen Elizabeth University Hospital and the Royal Hospital for Children are co-located on one of the largest hospital campuses in the UK and one of the most advanced in Europe.


The Institute of Neurological Sciences, located on the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital campus,  is the largest Neurosciences centre in Scotland, serving  a population of 2.7 million. The Institute of Neurological Sciences provides Neurosurgical, Neurological, Clinical Neurophysiology, Neuroradiology, Neuro-oncology and Neuropathology facilities for the West of Scotland.


Our vision is now to appoint, on a permanent basis, an inspirational, dynamic and enthusiastic Consultant Interventional Neuroradiologist colleague who will have a key role supporting and influencing the development of interventional neuroradiology services.


This is an exciting time for the Department of Interventional Neuroradiology as the NHS Board takes forward plans to redevelop the current service. The successful candidate will have a pivotal role helping to reshape services for the future through collaborative working with the Clinical Director, the General Manager and clinical colleagues locally and in other Scottish centres, including direct links with NHS Lothian to support the continued development and delivery of Interventional Neuroradiology Services. 


A key consideration in advertising this post will be for the individual appointed to play an active role in the clinical planning and implementation of plans for a pan Scotland Thrombectomy service for stroke.


We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic colleague who commands respect and credibility with their peers and who is able to demonstrate the key qualities and behaviours that will influence the development and success of our new team. You will be confident operating independently and at the same time will work well in a collaborative manner with colleagues both within NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and across Central Scotland.  


This post will suit either a newly qualified or established Consultant Interventional Neuroradiologist. An interest in teaching and training is also encouraged. Where appropriate consultants can be involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, and may be offered an honorary position by the University of Glasgow. 


The job plan is negotiable and will be agreed between the successful applicant and the Clinical Director and is subject to annual review. 


To work as a consultant within the United Kingdom, you must have General Medical Council (GMC) registration with a Licence to Practice and be listed on the GMC Specialist Register. Those trained in the UK should have evidence of higher specialist training leading to a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) in Clinical Radiology or be within 6 months of confirmed entry from the date of interview or eligibility for specialist registration through Certificate of Eligibility of Specialist Registration (CESR).

Closing date for applications: Friday 6th March 2020.



Additional Arrangements for Applicants : If you would like to find out more about this post before applying and details of arrangements to visit the department will be welcome by:


Job Title



Mr Mark Devlin

Clinical Director

[email protected]


0141 232 7602

Dr David Dodds

Chief of Medicine

[email protected]

0141 301 7081


Mr Craig Broadfoot

Interim General Manager

[email protected]


0141 201 2833




We look forward to receiving your application should you decide to apply


Applications from UK, EEA and non-EEA candidates will be welcomed.


For further information regarding NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and its hospitals, please visit our website

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
Recruitment Agency

Hampton, (United Kingdom)

Phone: 02084873847

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10 February 2020
Location: United Kingdom Greater London Glasgow, Scotland
Work type:
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Medical Specialist/Consultant

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