Radiologists in South Sweden
Locație: South Sweden (Suedia)
They will participate in both acute and scheduled work in all areas of the department. You will as a specialist tutor resident doctors, do ward rounds and participate in training.
Equipment: two newly installed Aquilion Prime CT, one 1,5 T MR Siemens and soon we will have two more new MRI’s. Two GE Logiq E9 ultrasound lab and 3 conventional labs, including basal intervention. The radiology department is doing general radiology daytime between 7.30 – 16.30 and on calls evenings, nights and weekends. During nights, the radiology department collaborates with TMC.
It is important that the candidate likes to work in a team and he/she should be interested in helping the department progress. The radiology department for which the candidate would be recruited realises about 53.000 examinations/year. At the radiology department, there are 2 resident doctors, 5 specialists and 60 co-workers
• Specialist title in Radiology with a couple of years of experience
• Availability to complete the Swedish intensive course
• Permanent contract (with 6-month probation period) after finishing C1-test and obtaining the specialist licence
• Salary starting from minimum 45.000 SEK gross salary as an assistant doctor before obtaining the specialist licence. Duties, if there will be, will be paid apart
• Training courses within working hours
• Help to find: apartment, school and kindergarten
• Invitation to study tour to Sweden after a first interview, to learn more about the region and the work environment
• Assistance with removal and relocation costs
• Intensive Swedish course, also for the family
• Remuneration during the Swedish language course of 700€ monthly net, a supplement for children of a 70€ monthly net, free apartment and travel costs for the family.
All the services of MediCarrera are free of charge for the candidates.
Please remember that to apply for our open positions in Scandinavia, you must:
• be a specialist doctor, dentist or Bsc nurse,
• be an EU citizen OR have long-term residency in any of the EU member countries.
If you are not an EU citizen and/or your degree and title are not from EU countries, you must:
• have your medical degree AND specialist title recognised in any of the EU member countries,
• have worked at least 3 years in any of the EU member countries AFTER your degree and title have been recognised.