Posted in: Radiology/Imaging in Norway | Posted: |
We are searching for Radiologists for our customers in Norway. You are a general radiologist, with or without additional subspecialisation in mammography.
Job Title: Specialist in Radiology
Specialist qualification within radiology
Be in command of traditional radiology, for example ultrasound, CT or MR
Experience within MR considered an advantage
Experience or additional subspecialisation in mammography will be an advantage.
Additional research and other academic qualifications will be an advantage
You should be familiar with working in digitalised systems
We expect that you
Can work structured and effectively
Have good communication- and collaboration skills
Are enthusiastic, open to challenges and a quick learner
Motivated to emigrate
Responsible and interested
Have a positive and flexible spirit
Ability and willingness to achieve results and progress
Has an ability to learn & have interest for new language & different culture
Ability to work both interdisciplinary and independently
Our client assists you – the medical specialist – to identify positions which could be of interest, and works with you, as your partner, throughout the entire screening, negotiation, and recruitment process. Once they have a position for you, they also assist in application for approval as a medical specialist in Scandinavia, relocation, housing and other practical issues. They offer language training (when needed), through an intensive online course.
To apply: please send your CV (and any other files) mentioning reference code DM-02 at
[...] Web: http://www.phd-jobs.net Contact person: Mr. Vitaly Pryadka
Also, if you would like to get a phone call from responsible person, please let us know.
Well-organized health care system - Satisfying working conditions - Nice working climate with colleagues - Opportunities for research activities and professional training - Good conditions for a balanced family life - Well-functioning educational system - Variety of outdoor and cultural activities