OFFERTA DI LAVORO IN SVIZZERA

Da Paolo Truncali:

Cerco per l'Azienda dove lavoro 2 tecnici di radiologia.

L'Ospedale si trova nella Svizzera tedesca nei pressi di Lucerna.

Si richiede pregressa esperienza nell'esecuzione di esami di radiologia convenzionale, TAC e Risonanza Magnetica.

Importante ma non fondamentale la conoscenza del tedesco (ovviamente sarà preferita la conoscenza del tedesco).

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OFFERTA DI LAVORO PER TSRM IN SVIZZERA


Riceviamo e condividiamo 

 

un annuncio di lavoro per la Svizzera tedesca che potrebbe interessare gli iscritti.
È necessaria la conoscenza comprovata della lingua inglese (qualora non si conosca il tedesco) e/o del tedesco.
Per ottenere ulteriori informazioni è necessario compilare il modulo di contatto presente sul sito.

L‘annuncio lo trovate sul sito
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ed è stato pubblicato anche sulla rivista online Assocare il 12.02.2019.

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Alessandra Mafrica

Offerta di lavoro per medneo Düsseldorf

 OFFERA DI LAVORO

https://www.medneo.com/de/karriere/offene-stellen/?jh=b52hhiptfklwg086okyzsx4yf1w4gno

medneo.com | Ihr Arbeitgeber im Gesundheitswesen und der Radiologie

www.medneo.com

| Karriere bei medneo - Ihr Arbeitgeber im Gesundheitswesen und der Radiologie. Offene MTRA Stellen in den medneo Diagnostikzentren.


 
medneo Diagnostikzentrum GmbH

Diagnostikzentrum Düsseldorf

Federica Repossi
Team Lead Examination

Berliner Allee 44 • 40212 Düsseldorf  • Germany

Phone: +49(0)211 97265211

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www.medneo.com 

 
medneo Deutschland GmbH • managing directors: André Glardon, Dr. Matthias Issing • registered office: Berlin, Germany • commercial registries: Amtsgericht Berlin Charlottenburg, HRB 146419 B

STELLENAUSSCHREIBUNG

KLINIKEN DES LANDKREISES LOERRACH

STELLENAUSSCHREIBUNG

 

Medizinisch-technischer Radiologieassistent (w/m/d)

Für unser Zentrum für Radiologie am Kreiskrankenhaus Lörrach und Rheinfelden suchen wir in Teilzeit (mind. 50%) oder Vollzeit ab sofort unbefristet je einen

 

Medizinisch-technischen Radiologieassistenten (w/m/d)

Kennziffer R 10 MTD Roe

 

Für Quereinsteiger ist eine Beschäftigung auf 450-€-Basis möglich.

 

Wir wünschen uns:

 

  • die aktualisierte Fachkunde nach RöV

  • Teamfähigkeit, Verantwortungsbewusstsein, engagiertes und selbständiges Arbeiten

  •  Berufserfahrung in den relevanten Arbeitsbereichen wäre wünschenswert

     

    Ihr Aufgabengebiet:

  • die Durchführung von radiologischen Untersuchungen( konventionelle Röntgendiagnostik, Durchleuchtungsuntersuchungen , CT und MRT )

  • die Teilnahme am Bereitschaftsdienst Stufe 1 und 2 (am Standort Rheinfelden)

  • die Teilnahme am Schicht- und Bereitschaftsdienst Stufe 3 (am Standort Lörrach)

     

    Wir bieten Ihnen:

  • ein verantwortungsvolles und interessantes Aufgabenfeld

  • ein engagiertes, für neue Ideen aufgeschlossenes Team

  • zukunftsorientierte, individuell abgestimmte Fort - und Weiterbildungsmöglichkeiten

  • betriebliche Altersvorsorge (ZVK)

  • für ausländische Bewerber Kostenübernahme für einen Deutschkurs zur Erlangung des Sprachzertifikats B2 und übergangsweise ein vergütetes Praktikum ( bis 12 Monate )

  • Möglichkeit zur Hospitation

  • Mithilfe bei der Suche nach Kinder- und Angehörigenbetreuung

  • Teilnahme am Gesundheitssport

  • Leben und Arbeiten in einer Region mit hohem Kultur-und Freizeitwert im Südschwarzwald , in unmittelbarer Nähe zu Basel, Mulhouse und Freiburg

     

    Weitere Informationen:

    Kerstin Machts | Leitende MTRA | T 07621 / 416 - 8644 oder 07621 / 416 – 8279

    www.klinloe.de/stellen

     

    Wir freuen uns über Ihre aussagekräftige Bewerbung, gerne online, mit Angabe der Kennziffer an:

     

    Kliniken des Landkreises Lörrach GmbH | Personalservice | Spitalstraße 25 | 79539 Lörrach

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Trinity College Dublin - Free Radiation Oncology

Trinity College Dublin Announces New Run of Free Online Course on Radiation Oncology for Cancer Patients, their families and other health professionals.

Trinity College Dublin is delighted to announce a second run of its free, online course “From Diagnosis to Survivorship: An introduction to Radiation Oncology,” from the discipline of Radiation Therapy. Since 2014, Trinity has reached over 130,000 learners from more than 100 countries through seven free online courses with FutureLearn, the social learning platform.

Learn why radiation therapy is a safe and effective way to treat cancer

Starting on the 21st of January 2019, this new free online course is open to cancer patients, their family members and friends who are interested in learning more about radiation therapy as a treatment for cancer. Healthcare professionals outside of the field of radiation oncology are also very welcome to join this course. 

Explore radiation therapy with experts and patient advocates

Trinity academics in radiation therapy have come together with experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency, the European Cancer Organisation, the Irish Cancer Society and Targeting Cancer to demystify radiation therapy as a cancer treatment. The course explores radiation therapy as a cancer treatment through the experience of two patient advocates who tell their stories of radiation therapy as a treatment. The science underpinning radiation therapy as a treatment is discussed throughout the course.

Associate Professor Michelle Leech explains:

“Radiation therapy is indicated in the management of between 50-60% of all cancers.  40% of all cancer cures have radiation therapy as part of their management, which is a phenomenal rate that most people are not aware of.  The aim of this course is to bring the potential of radiation therapy as a cancer management option into the public arena as well as providing clear information to patients and their families about what to expect if they are attending for radiation therapy”

At the end of this two week course learners will be able to:

  • Describe the role of radiation oncology in managing cancer
  • Identify the radiation therapy patient pathway
  • Recognise the roles of the health care professionals involved in radiation therapy
  • Discuss the safe use of radiation therapy in cancer care
  • Explain the basic science behind radiation therapy
  • Describe state of the art radiation therapy, such as personalised medicine
  • Discuss upcoming biological and technological developments in radiation therapy

Register today on Futurelearn, the social learning platform, to access this free online course starting on the 21st of January 2019.

Open to anyone, wherever you are in the world, now you can take part in a Trinity education from the comfort of your own home.

Contact Michelle Leech ( Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo. ) or Claire Poole ( Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo. ) for further information