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Medical Illustration UK Ltd is supplier of clinical and ophthalmic photography services to the NHS and private healthcare establishments in London and the south east of England.
We currently have a vacancy for an ophthalmic photographer / imager to work primarily at the Hillingdon Hospital, though travel to other locations may be required. The work is mainly fluorescein and ICG angiography, OCT, and HRT using Topcon, Heidelberg and Zeiss equipment. Some external face and eye photography is done for the Oculoplastics team. As well as being involved in the all the routine imaging undertaken in a very active ophthalmology department there will also be an opportunity to work on a number of research trials which are currently in progress.
The post is a full time one, though we would be happy to receive responses from individuals who may wish to work part time. Working hours are nominally 9.00am - 5.00pm Monday to Friday, though hours vary from day to day. Occasional Saturday working is required.
Experience in some or all of the techniques listed above is required, though we would be happy to receive applications from anyone currently working in a related area such as diabetic retinopathy screening.
Salary will be dependent upon experience and qualifications. For further information please contact Chris Priest (firstname.lastname@example.org) or apply in writing, with cv to the same address.