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UCL Medical Photography and Health Creatives provide a comprehensive photography, design and videography service to UCL, associated Trusts and external clients. It is comprised of 22 staff, which are based across two sites, The Royal Free London and Great Ormond Street Hospital. This grouping offers a wealth of experience, with a clear focus on excellence; its staff regularly wins industry awards.
We are currently looking to recruit a member of staff to take on the role of Medical Photographer for the teledermatology service (delivered in conjunction with the Royal Free Hospital).
The purpose of the post is to provide clinical photography services of dermatological conditions using a variety of equipment including DSLR, dermatoscope and portable lighting. Both teledermatology and rapid access clinics need to be covered. The job will be carried out across a number of clinics in North London and the surrounding areas e.g. Enfield, Edgware, Finchley and Barnet.
This vacancy is currently funded for one year (there may be the possibility of an extension). Part time working may be considered. The post holder should have experience in medical and general photography – ideally in an academic/NHS environment and should possess a degree in a related subject. The post holder requires experience and knowledge in Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Office and with photography and lighting equipment; they need to be able to work under their own initiative, be conscientious, efficient and have the ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of people including patients, clinicians, academics and clients. Ideally the post holder will enjoy sole working, have a full driving license and use of their own transport, be physically fit and able to lift heavy equipment.
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We particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates as they are under-represented within UCL at this level.
Closing Date - 14th Oct 2018
Latest time for the submission of applications - 23.59
Interview date - 24th Oct 2018
Any offer of employment will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
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Closing date - 14/10/2018