Current Opportunities

The College is currently calling for expressions of interest in a number of roles, listed on this page.

Both Faculties

The College invites Fellows and Trainees to become peer reviewers for submissions to the Journal of Medical Imaging of Radiation Oncology (JMIRO).

Peer review is designed to assess the validity, quality and often the originality of articles for publication. It is the foundation for safeguarding the quality and integrity of scientific research.

The opportunity to review submissions to JMIRO will provide an excellent insight into research in medical imaging and radiation oncology and it will allow you to develop your research skills and knowledge. Becoming a peer reviewer allows you to see research before it is published, and the experience will enhance your CV. 

You will be supported by an experienced team of Associate Editors, who will assess and provide feedback on your reviews.

How to apply

How to become a trainee reviewer:

  1. Complete the following free online course to guide you through the essentials of peer review: Becoming a Peer Reviewer.
  2. Email your certificate of course completion to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  3. Someone from the College will contact you to confirm receipt and whether or not you have fulfilled the requirements. If you have fulfilled the requirements, Wiley will contact you with all the information you need to start reviewing.

JMIRO’s publisher, Wiley, also have a variety of resources and information regarding peer review.

For further information, or if you have any queries, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Overview 

Expressions of interest are invited from RANZCR Fellows to join the Climate Change and Health Multi-College Advisory Committee, which has been established and is led by the RACP. 

The purpose of the Climate Change and Health Multi-College Advisory Committee is to provide a forum for engagement and collaboration of medical colleges on climate change and health policy and advocacy. It will inform the development of sector-wide approaches to climate change and health policy and advocacy positions, strategies and activities. 

The vacancy is for ONE Fellow Representative.  Māori, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Fellow Representatives are encouraged to apply. 

Please review the committee terms of reference prior to applying.

Eligibility criteria 

The FRANZCR Representatives will:

  • Have expertise in climate change and health, which may include knowledge, skills and experience in public and private practice, healthcare system reform, epidemiology, health economics, planetary health, and climate risk analysis and adaptation
  • Be available to attend video/teleconference meetings and be able to review documents via email as required
  • Have connections and networks with their college committees and membership and a willingness to engage in advocacy initiatives. 

Commitment 

The Advisory Committee will hold no more than 12 video/teleconference meetings per calendar year. The Advisory Committee’s work will take place online including via email, phone, video/teleconference and other communication and document sharing services.

How to apply 

An Expression of Interest form(EOI) should be accompanied by your CV and a short statement (no more than 250 words) outlining your interest and appropriateness for the committee. Enquiries and applications should be directed to Madeleine d’Avigdor via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.Applications will close when the position has been filled.

Radiation Oncology

Overview

Expressions of Interest are being called for the Targeting Cancer Management Committee. Radiation Oncology’s Targeting Cancer is the Faculty’s flagship campaign to raise awareness among the cancer community and health professionals that radiation therapy is an effective, safe and sophisticated treatment for cancer. We are looking for members who have innovative ideas and are keen to continue this valuable work. The objectives of the TCMC include:

  • To promote the practice of radiation oncology and accessible and affordable patient care.
  • To oversee all aspects of the Radiation Oncology: Targeting Cancer campaign, including the campaign website
  • To review the campaign against agreed objectives and priorities and identify campaign specific activities and duration
  • To establish collaboration with stakeholder organisations who can assist the Targeting Cancer campaign (e.g., Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander or Māori health organisations, general practitioners, consumers, or other professional organisations)
  • To support consumer engagement across Faculty of Radiation Oncology policies and projects
  • To review existing resources and develop new resources for both consumers and general practitioners (audio-visual or written)
  • To recruit and support Targeting Cancer campaign ambassadors in both Australia and New Zealand

Please view the Terms of Reference for more information.

Commitment

4 one-hour long virtual meetings per annum inclusive of one potential face-to-face meeting. The member term is three years. 

Eligibility criteria

If you are a Fellow in Radiation Oncology (noting that the Terms of Reference make reference to a ‘junior Fellow’ and ‘New Zealand Fellows’) and have the passion and drive to contribute to the Targeting Cancer campaign, we would like to hear from you. If you are interested in making a difference, now is the time to put yourself forward.

How to apply

Please complete and return an Expression of Interest form outlining your interest in and credentials for the position (approx. 100 words) along with your current CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If you would like further information, please contact Mr Rami Elzahaby (Manager, Faculty Councils) via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or on (02) 9268 9728. Applications close at 5pm AEDT, 10 February 2023. Applicants will be considered by the TCMC at their first meeting of 2023 and thereafter the nominees recommended by the TCMC will be presented to the Faculty of Radiation Oncology Council for endorsement.

Overview

Expressions of Interest are being called for from Fellow members with an interest in the processes and practices pertaining to the accreditation of training sites and networks in Radiation Oncology.

The role of the Radiation Oncology Training Accreditation Working Group is to monitor advise and assess sites/networks and make recommendations to ROETC to ensure the current Accreditation Standards and Criteria for Training Networks and Sites are maintained. View the position description here.

Commitment

  • Attend at least two-thirds of Working group meetings in a calendar year.
  • Submit apologies and provide feedback to the Chair if unable to attend a meeting
  • Actively participate in discussions at meetings
  • Read agenda papers and minutes of meetings
  • Act with care and diligence and in the best interests of the ROTAWG and the College;
  • Keep abreast of key issues that may impact on the work and areas of responsibility of the Committee;
  • Dedicate time outside of Committee meetings to undertake activities on behalf of the Committee, such as drafting and reviewing documents, research, and provision of advice.
  • Assist in the development of relationships with College partners and stakeholders
  • This appointment is for a three-year term, commencing in 2023.

Eligibility criteria

  • A Fellow or Life member
  • Actively involved in the training of registrars
  • Understanding of the medical, educational, operational, regulatory, and political environment in which the College operates
  • Interest and/or expertise in training and curriculum matters.
  • Interest and/or expertise in accreditation matters for medical training purposes.
  • Qualifications or demonstrated ongoing commitment to medical education & research

How to apply

Please complete and return the Expression of Interest Form with a 300-word maximum statement outlining your interest in and credentials for the position, along with a 2-page executive summary CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Applications close Friday 2 March 2023. Radiation Oncology Training Accreditation Working Group members will be appointed by the Faculty of Radiation Oncology Council (FRO) following consideration by the Radiation Oncology Education Training Committee (ROETC) at its next meeting.

Overview

We are seeking one radiation oncology trainee to join the FROGG Executive team. The FROGG has been a highly successful special interest group of the College and is keen to engage a trainee in its ongoing activities. The objectives of the FROGG are to:​​​​​​​

  • Facilitate best practice in genito-urinary radiation oncology
  • Promote and coordinate educational programmes related to the practice of genito-urinary radiation oncology
  • Advocates for genito-urinary cancer treatment and the use of radiation in particular
  • Serve as a recognised radiation oncology reference group to advise the College, Government and other bodies on management of genito-urinary cancer.

Trainee input is sought particularly in relation to issues which relate to radiation oncology training.

Please view the Terms of Reference for more information.


Commitment

4-5 one hour long teleconference meetings and 1-2 face to face meetings per year.


Eligibility criteria
Successful completion of Phase 1 Examination in Radiation Oncology
Current Radiation Oncology Trainee


How to apply
Please complete and return an Expression of Interest form outlining your interest in and credentials for the position along with your current CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If you are interested in being involved or would like further information about the FROGG, please contact Prof David Christie, Chair of the FROGG Executive Committee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Applications close 5pm (AEDT) 31 January 2023.

Overview

After a few years of COVID, no face-to-face meetings and over-burdened clinicians the time is right for BIG-FRO to recommence activity. Breast cancer being one of the commonest cancers is treated by many radiation oncologists and we all face the same issues of radiation therapy in evolving clinical management and evolving technology: Nodal management after neoadjuvant chemo, IMN RT candidates, reverse sequencing, partial breast radiation, ultrahypofractionation, oligometastatic disease. This is an ideal forum to debate, educate and re-evaluate.

Please consider whether you can contribute to the care of patients with breast cancer and to supporting best practice within the College. The College has recently identified a need for greater support for the SIGs and committed to reducing the burden on the SIG executives.

Key objectives

  • Facilitate best clinical practice within a collaborative setting including but not limited to development of best practice guidelines.
  • Facilitate assessment and introduction of new technologies and innovative radiotherapy practices.
  • Serve as an expert advisory group for RANZCR as required on issues that relate to the management of breast cancer including but not limited to technologies and techniques relevant to breast cancer treatment.
  • Facilitate collaborative research through links with oncology research organisations, such as the Breast Cancer Trials (ANZ Breast Cancer Trials Group Limited) and the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA).
  • Facilitate education events on breast cancer for health professionals and consumers.

Commitment

  • Two face-to-face meetings per year, one coinciding with the RANZCR ASM
  • Four teleconferences per year
  • Dedicated time as agreed by BIG-FRO to support its activities such as drafting documents, research, provision of advice and other as agreed by BIG-FRO.

How to apply

Should you wish to join BIG-FRO as an executive member or to be considered for the Chair position, please email your EOI (maximum 300 words) to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Any enquiries or requests for further information may also be directed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Clinical Radiology

Overview 

Expressions of interest are being called from Faculty of Clinical Radiology members for the Professional Practice Committee. The Professional Practice Committee is responsible for providing guidance and oversight of the development, implementation and review of post-fellowship learning including CPD, professional standards, range of practice, professional development and subspecialty recognition programs within the Faculty.   

Interest is sought from members with an interest post fellowship education, including the College’s Continuing Professional Development processes, subspecialty areas of Clinical Radiology and members based in New Zealand and, rural/regional centers.

Eligibility

Clinical Radiology Fellows and Educational Affiliates, representing a broad sector including New Zealand, regional and rural practice, public and private practice.

Commitment

Attendance at all Professional Practice Committee meetings as determined by the Chair, for the duration of a 3-year term. Approximately 1 face-to-face and, 3 video conference meetings per year.

How to apply

Please complete and return the Expression of Interest form with a 300-word statement outlining your interest in and, credentials for the position, including with a 2-page executive summary CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Applications close Tuesday, 7 March 2023. General enquiries can also be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Overview 

Expressions of interest are invited from Fellows in Clinical Radiology to join the Safety, Quality and Standards Committee (SQSC).  The role of the SQSC is to provide advice to the Faculty of Clinical Radiology, College committees, College members, as well as provide advice on external enquiries on safety, quality, standards and associated matters relating to diagnostic and interventional radiology.

The SQSC is also responsible for supporting the College’s role in developing policies and position statements to inform and influence governments and other decision-makers about the importance of a viable and sustainable clinical radiology profession in Australia and New Zealand.  The SQSC reports directly to the Faculty of Clinical Radiology Council. We are seeking two new members to join the standing committee. 

Eligibility

Fellows

Commitment

These members will be appointed on a 3-year term and may be re-elected to serve a maximum of 3 consecutive terms.  The terms commence on 31 December 2022 and end 31 December 2025.

How to apply

Please complete and return the Expression of Interest Form with a 300-word statement outlining your interest and credentials for the position, along with a two-page executive summary CV addressed to Traci James-Scott at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

For more information, please contact Traci via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Overview 

The RANZCR Board establishes Special Interest Groups (SIGs) in areas of specific interest to the membership within clinical radiology and radiation oncology. Each SIG is a group of members who share an interest in advancing a specific area of knowledge, learning or clinical expertise, whose primary aim is to provide a platform for members to communicate and further this interest.

The Nuclear Medicine Special Interest Group (NMSIG) has been newly established to provide a forum within the Faculty of Clinical Radiology for interested members to form a bi-national group of clinical radiologists.

We are seeking members to join a new Nuclear Medicine Special Interest Group dealing with all aspects of nuclear medicine in radiology, whose key objectives have been identified as: 

  • Discuss key issues in nuclear medicine so RANZCR and the Faculty of Clinical Radiology are kept updated with significant national and international policies and practices that are influential to radiology patients in Australia and New Zealand
  • Advance professional expertise in nuclear medicine in radiology in Australia and New Zealand

Specialty

Clinical Radiology

Eligibility

This opportunity is open to RANZCR members in Australia and New Zealand.

Commitment

Meetings via videoconference as needed (currently scheduled for two per annum) with either an in person or hybrid/online meeting at the ASM.

How to apply

If you are interested in joining this special interest group, please submit your EOI to Traci James-Scott, Program Officer, Standards Units at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  

Training and Exams

Overview

Expressions of Interest are being called for from Fellow members with an interest in the processes and practices pertaining to the accreditation of training sites and networks in Clinical Radiology. The role of the Clinical Radiology Training Accreditation Committee is to monitor advise and assess sites/networks to ensure appropriate structures, processes, resources and governance are provided for the delivery of quality and safe vocational training in Clinical Radiology. View Terms of Reference.

Commitment

  • Attend committee meetings and actively participate in discussions at these meetings.
  • Read and consider agenda papers and minutes of meetings.
  • Act with care and diligence and in the best interests of the Clinical Radiology Training Accreditation Committee and
  • Keep abreast of key issues, including bi-national & international developments that may affect the work and areas of responsibility of the Committee.
  • Dedicate time outside of committee meetings to undertake activities on behalf of the Committee, such as drafting of documents, responding to emails, research, provision of advice and otherwise as required.
  • Assist in the development of relationships with College partners and stakeholders.
  • Support the development of policies by the Faculty of Clinical Radiology.

This appointment is for a three-year term, commencing in 2023.

Eligibility

  • A Fellow or Life member of the Faculty of Clinical Radiology
  • Actively involved in the training of Clinical Radiology Registrars
  • Understanding of the medical, educational, operational, regulatory, and political environment in which the College operates
  • Interest and/or expertise in training and curriculum matters.
  • Interest and/or expertise in accreditation matters for medical training purposes.
  • Qualifications or demonstrated ongoing commitment to medical education & research.

How to apply

Please complete and return the Expression of Interest Form with a 300-word maximum statement outlining your interest in and credentials for the position, along with a 2-page executive summary CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Applications close Friday 21 January 2023. Clinical Radiology Training Accreditation Committee Members will be appointed by the Faculty of Clinical Radiology Council (FCR) following consideration by the Clinical Radiology Education and Training Committee (CRETC) at its next meeting.

Overview

Expressions of interest are being called for current members with interest and experience in examination and assessment to join the Clinical Radiology Case Reporting Examination Review Panel (CRCRRP).

The Clinical Radiology Case Reporting Examination Review Panel is a panel reporting to the Clinical Radiology Examination Advisory Committee (CREAC) responsible for setting, reviewing and development of the Objective Structured Clinical Examination in Radiology (Case Reporting).

During the transition period of implementing the examination changes because of the Training and Assessment Reform, the Case Reporting Review Panel will be responsible for both the current e-Film Reading examination and the new Case Reporting examination. The Panel will also be responsible for developing and maintaining a bank of cases for the future clinical radiology Case Reporting and the setting, editing, and reviewing of examination cases for the Clinical Radiology Case Reporting.

There are currently vacancies on the Case Reporting Panel for the following topic areas:

  • Radiologists x 3

Particularly looking for members with an interest in Abdominal, Musculoskeletal, Neurology or Thoracic/Cardiovascular.

Eleven members (including the chair), with at least one member from each topic area (Abdominal, Neurology/Head and Neck, Thoracic/Cardiovascular, Breast, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Musculoskeletal and Paediatrics). 

Eligibility

Essential attributes

  • A Fellow or Life member of the Faculty of Clinical Radiology at least six years post-FRANZCR or equivalent.
  • Must currently be a practicing sub-specialist/special interest in their field.
  • Available for travel for face-to-face meetings.
  • Knowledgeable of Learning Outcome and assessment processes.
  • An active participant in their College’s CPD program and meets or exceeds minimal requirements.

Desirable attributes

  • Interest and/or expertise in examination matters.
  • Actively involved in teaching and training of clinical radiologists.
  • Understanding of the medical, educational, operational, regulatory, and political environment in which the College operates.
  • A skilled evaluator and good communicator.

Commitment

Attendance at Committee meetings (teleconference and face-to-face).

  • 1 x setting meeting (2 days)
  • 2 x review meetings (1 day)
  • 1 x examiner training (1 day)

Content commitment

Panel members will need to actively participate in sourcing and collating digital examination cases.

  • Setting, editing, uploading, and reviewing of cases for the Series 1 and Series 2 CR Case Reporting examination.
  • Developing and maintaining a bank of cases for the future CR Case Reporting examinations including uploading content into Practique Exam platform.
  • Contribute to the development of the new examination format from Series 1 2023.

Examining commitment

  • Available to mark CR Case Reporting exams for two series per year.

How to apply

Please complete and return the Expression of Interest form with a 300 word statement outlining your interest in and credentials for the position, along with a four page (max.) executive summary CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Applications close once the position has been filled.

Overview

Expressions of interest are being called for current members with interest and experience in examination and assessment to join the Clinical Radiology OSCER Examination Review Panel (CROERP).

The Clinical Radiology OSCER Examination Review Panel is a panel reporting to the Clinical Radiology Examination Advisory Committee (CREAC) responsible for setting, reviewing and development of the Objective Structured Clinical Examination in Radiology (OSCER).

The panel will be responsible for developing and maintaining a bank of questions for the future clinical radiology OSCER and the setting, editing and reviewing of examination questions for the clinical radiology OSCER.

Vacancies

There are currently vacancies on the OSCER Panel for the following topic areas:

  • Musculoskeletal
  • Thoracic & Cardiovascular

Meeting commitment

Attendance at Committee meetings (teleconference and face-to-face).

  • 1 x setting meeting (2 days)
  • 2 x review meetings (1 day)
  • 1 x examiner training (1 day)

Content commitment

Panel members will need to actively participate in sourcing and collating digital examination cases.

  • Setting, editing, uploading and reviewing of OSCER cases for the Series 1 and Series 2 CR OSCER (40-50 cases per series)
  • Blueprinting and case selection against training outcomes

Examining commitment

  • Available to travel to Melbourne to examine OSCERs in both Series 1 and 2 each year
  • Available to lead all examiners in exam sitting through OSCER cases prior to OSCER examinations

Eligibility criteria

Essential attributes

  • A Fellow or Life member of the Faculty of Clinical Radiology at least six years post-FRANZCR or equivalent.
  • Must have Viva examining experience.
  • Must currently be a practicing sub-specialist/special interest in their field.
  • Available for travel for face-to-face meetings.
  • Knowledgeable of curriculum and assessment processes.
  • An active participant in their College’s CPD program and meets or exceeds minimal requirements.

Desirable attributes

  • Interest and/or expertise in examination matters.
  • Actively involved in teaching and training of clinical radiologists.
  • Understanding of the medical, educational, operational, regulatory and political environment in which the College operates.

A skilled evaluator and good communicator.

How to apply

Please complete and return the Expression of Interest form with a 300 word statement outlining your interest in and credentials for the position, along with a four page (max.) executive summary CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Applications close 6 December 2022.

Overview

Expressions of interest are being called for current members with interest and experience in examination and assessment to join the newly created Clinical Radiology Phase II MCQ Examination Review Panel (CRRERP).

The CRRERP is a panel reporting to the Clinical Radiology Examination Advisory Committee (CREAC) responsible for the development, setting and reviewing of the Radiology MCQ Examinations. CRRERP members participate by Setting, editing, reviewing and marking examination questions for the clinical radiology Phase II MCQ examinations.

Panel members will be responsible by implementing the examination changes as a result of the Training and Assessment Reform and during the transition period are responsible for the current Radiology MCQ examination. This panel consists of nine members (including the Chair), with at least one member for each topic area (Abdominal, Neuro/Head & Neck, Thoracic/Cardio, Breast, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MSK and Paediatrics)

Commitment 

Attendance at Panel meetings (teleconference and face-to-face)

  • 1 x setting meeting (2 days)
  • 2 x review meetings (1 day)
  • 1 x examiner training (1 day)

Eligibility Criteria

We are currently seeking members with Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatrics and Neuro/Head & Neck expertise

Essential attributes:

  • A Fellow or Life member of the Faculty of Clinical Radiology at least three years post-FRANZCR or equivalent.
  • Must currently be a practicing sub-specialist/special interest in their field.
  • Available for travel for face-to-face meetings.
  • Knowledgeable of curriculum and assessment processes.
  • An active participant in their College’s CPD program and meets or exceeds minimal requirements.

Desirable attributes:

  • Interest and/or expertise in examination matters.
  • Actively involved in teaching and training of clinical radiologists.
  • Understanding of the medical, educational, operational, regulatory and political environment in which the College operates.
  • A skilled evaluator and good communicator.

How to apply

Please complete and return the Expression of Interest form with up to 300 words outlining your interest in and credentials for the position, along with a 4-page (max.) executive summary CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Applications close once the position has been filled. For more information please review the  Position Description

Overview

Expressions of interest are being called for current members with interest and experience in examination and assessment to join the newly created Clinical Radiology Phase II Pathology Examination Review Panel (CRPERP).

The CRPERP is a panel reporting to the Clinical Radiology Examination Advisory Committee (CREAC) responsible for the development of Pathology Examinations. CRPERP members participate by Setting, editing, reviewing and marking examination questions for the Clinical Radiology Phase II Pathology examinations.

Panel members will be responsible by implementing the examination changes as a result of the Training and Assessment Reform and during the transition period are responsible for the current Clinical Radiology Phase II Pathology examination. This panel consists of nine members (including the Chair), with at least four Clinical Radiologists and two Pathologists.

Commitment 

Attendance at Panel meetings (teleconference and face-to-face)

  • 1 x setting meeting (2 days)
  • 2 x review meetings (1 day)
  • 1 x examiner training (1 day)

Eligibility Criteria

We are currently seeking members with Radiology expertise

Essential attributes:

  • A Fellow or Life member of the Faculty of Clinical Radiology at least three years post-FRANZCR or equivalent
  • Must currently be a practicing sub-specialist / special interest in their field
  • Available to travel for face-to-face meetings
  • Knowledgeable of curriculum and assessment processes
  • An active participant in their College’s CPD program and meets or exceeds minimal requirements

Desirable attributes:

  • Interest and/or expertise in examination matters
  • Actively involved in teaching and training of clinical radiologists
  • Understanding of the medical, educational, operational, regulatory and political environment in which the College operates
  • A skilled evaluator and good communicator

How to apply

Please complete and return the Expression of Interest form with up to 300 words outlining your interest in and credentials for the position, along with a 4-page (max.) executive summary CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Applications close once the position has been filled. For more information, please review the  Position Description

Overview

The Applied Imaging Technology Examination Reference Panel shall be responsible to the Clinical Radiology Examination Advisory Committee and is responsible for setting, reviewing and development of the Phase 1 Applied Imaging Technology Clinical Radiology examinations. 

The Panel is responsible for:

  • Setting, editing, marking and reviewing AIT examination questions for clinical radiology.
  • Reviewing examination outcomes, track trends and identify areas of concern for training purposes.
  • Reviewing examination structures and propose alternative structures.
  • Strengthening the quality and quantity of examination material.
  • Developing and maintaining a bank of questions for future AIT clinical radiology examinations, including multiple choice questions (MCQs).
  • Other tasks as determined by the Chair, the Chief Censor and Deputy Chief Censor in Clinical Radiology.

Specialty

Clinical Radiology

Requirements

We are currently seeking one Medical Physicist to join the AITERP.

Attendance at Committee meetings (teleconference and face-to-face)

  • 1 x setting meeting (2 days face to face)
  • 2 x review meetings (1 day online)
  • 1 x examiner training (1 day)

Eligibility 

  • Clinical Radiologists, at least five (5) years post-Fellowship qualification
  • Medical Physicists, at least five (5) years post-qualification
  • Actively involved in an accredited teaching and training program
  • Demonstrable knowledge of all radiation safety issues and the physics of medical imaging modalities
  • Actively involved in teaching and training of clinical radiologists
  • A skilled evaluator and good communicator
  • Knowledgeable of curriculum and assessment processes
  • Prepared to undertake training/be co-opted as a trainee examiner
  • An active participant in their College’s CPD program and meets or exceeds minimal requirements.

How to apply 

Please complete and return the Expression of Interest form with a 200-word statement outlining your interest in and credentials for the position, along with a 2 page executive summary CV to the Clinical Radiology Chief Censor, c/o Ellen Dunphy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Medical Physicists Form

Applications close 18 December 2022. For more information, please review the position description.