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. Submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) using this online form and attach evidence of your completion of the Web of Science Academy.
  3. Following submission of your EOI, 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 NZ Clinical Radiology Fellows and Australian Radiation Oncology Fellows to join the International Medical Graduate (IMG) committee.

The IMG Committee is an advisory committee reporting to both the Clinical Radiology Education and Training Committee (CRETC) and the Radiation Oncology Education and Training Committee (ROETC). The IMG Committee is responsible for administering the IMG assessment processes for both Australia and New Zealand via the relevant assessment processes. The committee is also responsible for making recommendations regarding the criteria and guidelines for assessment of IMGs and improving the current assessment processes. 
 
2023 Vacancies:  

  • New Zealand Clinical Radiology Fellow
  • Australian Radiation Oncology Fellow

Commitment

3 meetings per year, including one face to face meeting for a 3-year term. For full details please see the position description.


Eligibility Criteria

At least five (5) years post FRANZCR, working in either public or private practice with an understanding and/ or experience in the assessment of International Medical Graduates. Please see the Terms of Reference for further information.
 
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 Melanie Daniels via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or on (02) 9268 9724. Incumbents are welcome to apply.  Applications close Friday 30 October 2022.

Radiation Oncology

Overview

Expressions of interest are being called to fill casual vacancy positions on the Faculty of Radiation Oncology Council. This is your opportunity to provide input into the work of the Faculty and to highlight, promote and address the challenges of the radiation oncology profession.

The Faculty of Radiation Oncology is governed by a Council, which oversees all bodies within the Faculty. The Faculty sets quality standards, provides world-class training and ongoing professional education, and drives research, innovation and collaboration in the treatment of cancer. More information is available on the College website here.

Information about Radiation Oncology Committees in general is available from the Committees section of the College website.  

The ongoing composition of the Faculty of Radiation Oncology Council is as follows:

  •    The Dean, Faculty of Radiation Oncology;
    •    Chief Censor, Faculty of Radiation Oncology;
    •    Chief of Professional Practice, Faculty of Radiation Oncology;
    •    Nine (9) elected Fellows or Life members of the Faculty of Radiation Oncology, of whom at least two (2) must reside in New Zealand;
    •    One (1) Student Member nominated by the Radiology Oncology Trainees’ Committee;
    •    The President of the Trans-Tasman Radiation Oncology Group (TROG), or their radiation oncologist designate from the TROG Board (provided they are a member of RANZCR);
    •    Not more than 2 persons, one of whom need not be a Member of the College, who may be co-opted by the Faculty Council; and
    •    The President, ex officio.

RANZCR is seeking nominations for three (3) member-elected Faculty of Radiation Oncology Council positions, for a three (3) year term (from January 2023). 

Eligibility criteria

If you are a Fellow or a Life Member in Radiation Oncology and have the passion and drive to contribute strategically to your professional organisation, we would like to hear from you. If you are interested in making a difference, now is the time to put yourself forward.

Commitment

4-5 face to face meetings per year and teleconferences as required.

How to apply

Applicants must submit a 200 word statement expressing interest in, and credentials for, the position and a copy of your CV.  Please submit your application 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, 7 October 2022.  

Overview

We are seeking Fellows to join the Faculty of Radiation Oncology Mentoring Program Working Group. This is an exciting opportunity for members who are interested in enhancing the trainee experience with a focus on goal setting and working with a diverse group of stakeholders to ensure the Mentoring Program is a success. The mentoring pilot program was run throughout 2021 with a small cohort of mentors and mentees. The College is now in the process of redesigning the program, taking into account the feedback and learnings from round one. 

The objectives of the Working Group are to:

  • To develop a sustainable mentoring program for new consultants and trainees.
  • To develop a framework, proposal, project plan, and implement an RO mentoring program prior to a potential at-scale College roll out.
  • Develop a robust evaluation process of the program, results from which will be presented to Council for their consideration in determining whether an ongoing College mentoring program is sustainable going forward.

Please view the Terms of Reference for further information

Eligibility criteria

Radiation oncology Fellows

Commitment

It is anticipated that the Working Group would meet approximately four times per year; this would be in a virtual format. The meeting frequency will depend on the needs of the project.

How to apply 

For applications, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. a CV and complete the expression of interest form with a short statement (max 300 words) outlining the reasons you’d like to be involved and, the skills you can bring to the WG. All enquiries can be directed to the same email address. Applications close 31 October 2022.

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.

Overview 

Expressions of interest are being called for two (2) radiation oncology Fellows to join the Economics and Workforce Committee (EWC). This is a standing committee reporting to the Faculty of Radiation Oncology Council.

The EWC aims to promote and facilitate the Faculty’s advocacy work to ensure the availability of physical and human resources required to facilitate access to high-quality, timely and appropriate care for patients bi-nationally.

Candidates must be radiation oncologists and fellows of RANZCR. Experience and interest in economic and workforce issues in Australia and/or New Zealand would be an advantage. 

View the Committee Terms of reference for further information.

Commitment

One face-to-face meeting and three teleconferences per year, along with occasional out of hours work reviewing documents, working on surveys and other projects. 

Eligibility Criteria

This opportunity is open to radiation oncology Fellows from Australia.

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 one-page executive summary CV to sara.hughes@ranzcr.edu.au. If you would like further information please contact Sara Hughes, Policy Officer, on sara.hughes@ranzcr.edu.au or on (02) 9268 9723. Applications close Friday 28 October 5 pm.

Clinical Radiology

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. Applications close 5pm Thursday 20 October 2022 AEDT.

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

Overview 

Expressions of interest are being called for four (4) clinical radiology fellows to join the Clinical Radiology Workforce Committee for a 3-year term. This is an advisory committee reporting to the Faculty of Clinical Radiology Council.

The Clinical Radiology Workforce Committee provides the Faculty of Clinical Radiology Council with advice and information on workforce issues in Australia and New Zealand.

The Committee engages with fellows and key stakeholders on workforce issues including staffing and skills, undertakes surveys, and obtains and analyses information on current and projected workforce needs. This work helps to address workforce needs in both countries. Candidates must be clinical radiologists and fellows of RANZCR. Experience and interest in workforce issues in Australia and or New Zealand would be an advantage.

Eligibility

Must be clinical radiologists and fellows of RANZCR. Please see Terms of Reference for further information.

Commitment

One face-to-face meeting and approximately three evening teleconferences per year depending on need with occasional out of hours work reviewing documents, working on surveys and other projects.

How to apply

Please complete and return the Expression of Interest form which includes a statement (up to 300 words) outlining your interest in and credentials for the position along with a one page executive summary 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 Iris Yining Wang, Workforce Policy and Committee Coordinator, on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 02 9268 9767. Applications close 17 October 2022, 5pm AEST.

Overview 

Up to four vacancies are available for clinical radiology Fellows to join the Faculty’s Clinical Radiology Research Committee (CRRC) for the term January 2023 to December 2025.The Clinical Radiology Research Committee promotes the critical importance of research through development of research skills, development of strategic partnerships and administration of grants and awards. View the committee Terms of Reference for further information. If you are interested in clinical radiology research and have a passion to advocate for evidence-based practice, please join us.

Eligibility

This opportunity is open to clinical radiology Fellows with an interest and/or expertise in research. In particular, applications are welcomed from members with an active interest in education and training.

Commitment

Four meetings (three teleconferences and one face to face) a year for a three year term

How to apply

Interested members should submit an expression of interest form and their CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Applications must be submitted by 7 October 2022.

Overview 

Expressions of interest are being called for clinical radiology members to join the Artificial Intelligence Advisory Committee. The AIC oversees the development of AI specific materials such as standards of practice and training modules, as well as considering the implications of artificial intelligence and machine learning on the disciplines of clinical radiology and radiation oncology. We are seeking three members with an interest in the practical use of AI in medicine to join the committee commencing in January 2023. Please see the Terms of Reference for the Artificial Intelligence Advisory Committee for more details.

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 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, 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 Thursday, 28 October 2022. General enquiries can also be sent to 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..  

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.

Specialty

Clinical Radiology

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.

Eligibility Criteria  

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

Terms of Reference 

Please see the attached Terms of Reference for the Professional Practice Committee for more details.

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 Thursday, 20 October 2022. 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 being called to join the Diagnostic Economic Committee (DEC) for two (2) Fellow members with experience and interest in contributing to the sustainability of clinical radiology, and the promotion of accessible and affordable healthcare for patients in Australia

The DEC supports Faculty Council in developing policies to inform and influence governments and other decision makers, including the Medical Services Advisory Committee (MSAC), about the importance and sustainability of clinical radiology in Australia. 

Specialty

Clinical Radiology

Eligibility Criteria

Fellows holding directorships or senior executive roles in publicly listed radiology practices are not eligible for membership of this committee.

Commitment

Typically five meetings per year by teleconference with additional work as required for specific projects.

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 2 page executive summary CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If you would like further information on the role, please contact Sara Hughes, Policy Officer on 02 9268 9777. Applications close at 5 pm Friday 28 October 2022. Please see the Terms of Reference of the Committee for more information.

Overview

Expressions of interest are being called for clinical radiology Fellows to join the Interventional Radiology Committee (IRC). 

The IRC is a standing committee that provides the Faculty of Clinical Radiology Council with advice and information on educational, professional and practice issues for all aspects of interventional radiology and interventional neuroradiology. The Committee assists in the promotion of interventional radiology (IR) and interventional neuroradiology (INR) as radiological specialties and ensures that clinical radiologists are supported to provide best-practice interventional care to patients delivered in an evidence-based, quality and sustainable way. Please see theTerms of Referencefor further information.

We are seeking six RANZCR member clinical radiologists three from Interventional Radiology and three from Interventional Neuroradiology. The IRC are seeking members that routinely perform interventional radiology (advanced/Tier B) and interventional neuroradiology procedures to join the Committee.

Commitment 

One face-to-face meeting and currently up to eight videoconferences per year, along with out of hours work reviewing documents, providing expert advice and other projects. This is a three-year term.

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 to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

For further information please contact the IRC Secretariat, Vanessa Banda at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Applications close 5 pm Friday 21 October 2022 AEDT. 

Training and Exams

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 Clinical Radiology Fellows and Educational Affiliates with interest and experience in medical education, assessment, and curriculum management to join the Clinical Radiology Curriculum Assessment Committee (CRCAC).

There are five vacant positions available on the CRCAC:

  • Five member positions commencing 1 January 2023 and concluding 31 December 2025

The CRCAC is an advisory committee reporting to the Clinical Radiology Education and Training Committee (CRETC) and is responsible for the development and maintenance of the Clinical Radiology Training Program curriculum (learning outcomes), development and monitoring of Clinical Radiology work-based assessments, and ensuring the clinical radiology curriculum assessments measure progress against the learning outcomes.

The CRCAC is heavily involved with the College’s new Training Program which is now in the evaluation phase.

For further information, please view the committee Terms of Reference  and Member Position Description.

Eligibility

This opportunity is open to clinical radiology Fellows with an interest and/or experience in medical education, assessment, and curriculum management.

Commitment

The committee generally meets three times per year online with one face-to-face meeting with additional work as required for specific projects.

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 two page executive summary CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Applications must be submitted by 4pm AEST Monday 22 August 2022. Nominations will be considered by the Faculty of Clinical Radiology.

For more information, please contact Jenna Howell, EA to the General Manager of Specialty Training via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Overview

Expressions of interest are being called for Clinical Radiology Fellows who have held FRANZCR for more than five (5) years to become International Medical Graduate (IMG) Assessors. IMG Assessors are responsible for the assessment of IMGs wishing to work in Australia. Assessments are undertaken for suitability to work in Area of Need positions and for specialist recognition, which leads to the awarding of FRANZCR.

IMG assessments can be held either

  • Via videoconference or
  • In the Sydney office (for assessors on the eastern seaboard) wanting to travel to Sydney with another assessor. The candidates attend via video conference.

For more information please see the position description and refer to the IMG section of the College website: International Medical Graduates - Australia | RANZCR

Commitment

Minimum of three assessment blocks per year. Each video conference assessment block is approximately 3 hours and face to face assessment blocks are full days plus preliminary reading and follow up correspondence.

How to apply

The EOI application should be accompanied by a CV and a personal statement of no more than 150 words outlining your interest and appropriateness for the role. Enquiries should be directed to Melanie Daniels, Project Officer Assessments, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 02 9268 9759. Applications will close when the positions have 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 24 October 2022.

Overview

Expressions of Interest are being called for a Rural and Regional Representative to join the Clinical Radiology Education and Training Committee (CRETC). This role advocates for trainees and supervisors who work in rural or regional practice.

The Rural and Regional Representative will be appointed for a two-year term and may be re-elected to serve a maximum of three consecutive terms. Commencing 1 January 2022 and ends 31 December 2023.

Commitment

The Rural and Regional Representative will be available to consult with College staff regarding administration activities; attendance at all CRETC meetings either virtually or in person approximately five days per year. Promote College activities to encourage rural and regional trainees and Fellows to become more involved in College roles.

Eligibility Criteria

The Rural and Regional Representative ideally works in a public practice with an understanding and/ or experience in the assessment of International Medical Graduates. However, a number of key desirable attributes are expected to facilitate the fulfilment of the role, including:

  • Live and work in a rural or regional location in either Australia or New Zealand;
  • Be a champion about education issues at rural and regional training sites;
  • Good communication skills;
  • Champion for education and training, and trainee wellbeing;
  • Knowledge of curriculum, assessment and examination processes;
  • Knowledge of College policies and Accreditation Standards; and
  • Five years post Fellowship experience in an accredited training department.

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 to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For more information, please contact Jenna Howell, Project Officer, Specialty Training Unit via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and 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 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

Lead Examiners are responsible for coordinating the blueprinting, content development, marking and review of the exam paper, including the allocation of available examiners for each series as required.

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 criteria

  • 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

Clinical Radiologists Form

Applications close 30 October 2022. For more information please see the position description.