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Staff specialist for the department of Radiology at the Regional Hospital, Denmark
We are currently looking for European specialists in radiology, who seek new challenges,
professionally as well as personally. If you are looking for stable surroundings, attractive working
conditions, possibilities for professional development, a better work-life balance and a future life in one of
Europe’s top welfare states, in Scandinavia, this opportunity might be just what you have been looking for.
Desired skills for the position:
- Specialisation in Radiology
- Competences within all modalities, with the exception of mammography
- Professional command of English is required
- Motivation for living and working abroad
About the department:
There are 21 emergency clinics Denmark; in Randers, the hospital has recently opened their new
emergency clinic. This ward has 360 beds for patients needing medical care, abdominal surgery, or
orthopaedic surgery, and for gynaecology and paediatric patients. The hospital also has a maternity ward
with about 2000 deliveries each year. Moreover, the hospital's considerable outpatient activities comprise
most medical specialities such as e.g. otorhinolaryngology, ophthalmology and urology. Add to this the
number of paraclinical departments represented by e.g. pathology, radiology diagnostics, plus clinical
physiology and biochemistry.
Modern and fully digitalised, the X-Ray and Scan Department comprises 2 MR scanners, 2 multi-slice CT
scanners (a third CT scanner will be added in 2016) 3 high-end ultrasound scanners, 2 fully equipped
mammography rooms with stereotactic radiotherapy, and 6 bone- and thorax rooms.
The department employs a medical staff of 85, of which 14 (+ 1 vacant) are specialist doctors and 5 are
advanced level internship trainees.
Because of the hospital's status as an emergency clinic, the radiology department will be manned day and
night – staffed by registrars and staff physicians on duty and by consultants on call. On-duty procedures
primarily comprise CT, inclusive of trauma, and US, inclusive of intervention procedures.
The hospital has been selected for participation in the National Bowel-Cancer screening programme; and
the department takes an active part in this with respect to screening CT colonography, presurgical
diagnostics and the handling of postsurgical complications.
The medical specialists of the department primarily work within CT, MR, mammography, or ultrasound.
Being a training department, all specialists are required to take part in the training of future radiologists.
The department performs about 110,000 examinations on an annual basis.
We have good collegial relations – within the department as with other disciplines. We have
comprehensive cooperative relations with other specialist departments and with the general practitioners.
The staff management comprises a head consultant and a senior radiographer.
You and your family will be offered:
- Permanent contract regulated by the Danish collective agreement
- Min. yearly salary: 94.000 Euro (including pension benefits)
- 37 hour working week
- 6 weeks paid holiday
- A free, intensive language course and Danish Medical Language Programme with settlement assistance and free accommodation in Budapest prior to work start
- A short trip to Denmark prior to the language course, where you will have the opportunity to visit your future work place and living area
- Cultural teaching prior to departure
- Language course for your spouse and elderly children
- Partner Integration Program with a personal consultant
- Accommodation assistance in Denmark
- Assistance in administrative processes when moving to Denmark
- Assistance for your spouse in search of employment and integration in Denmark
- Guidance regarding schooling and child care
- Access to our candidate network in Denmark
- Information on Danish tax matters
- Hotline service for urgent questions
- Extra Danish classes after arrival to Denmark
- Coaching, regular evaluation and assistance in integration process