Current Opportunities

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

 

Clinical Radiology

Overview The College is seeking expressions of interest from New Zealand clinical radiologists for the role of the 2019 ASM Radiology Convenor. The conference will be held in October, Auckland, New Zealand. The Convenor is responsible for the coordination of the scientific aspects of the program. This includes selecting and inviting keynote speakers, local speakers and allocating abstracts to the program.

Specialty Clinical radiology

Commitment The time commitment varies but is considerably greater just before and during the meeting as the Convenors are the College ASM representatives. Once appointed, the Convenor will be expected to join the College’s ASM Management Committee, where the members can provide the Convenor with advice, support and opportunities to learn from past and developing meetings. To assist the Convenor in organising this event, he/she will have access to College Staff for support and a Professional Conference Organiser (PCO) who will provide conference management and advice on the non-scientific aspects of the meeting.

Eligibility criteria The role includes decision making; being able to manage relationships with stakeholders and able to give attention to detail. Ideally the Convenor should have experience in all these areas and is likely to be a Fellow with around 3-5 years post Fellowship experience.

How to apply Please send a brief CV and a short statement (no more than 300 words) outlining the reasons you'd like to undertake the role of the 2019 ASM Radiology Convenor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. If you would like further details on the role, please contact Kylie Clarke, Manager of Conferences and Events at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; or phone +61 2 9268 9712.

Overview The College is calling for members to join the Australia and New Zealand Rural Radiology Group (ANZRRSIG) special interest group.

ANZRRSIG’s aims are:

  • Representing and empowering Australian and New Zealand radiologists who live and work in non-metropolitan settings.
  • Maintaining a network of members living and practising clinical radiology in non-metropolitan locations.
  • Promoting the delivery of best practice clinical radiology in non-metropolitan Australia and New Zealand based on a model of an on-site clinical radiologist who can collaborate with local referring practitioners and patients.
  • Providing a forum for the sharing and advancement of scientific, clinical, training and workforce knowledge and experience of relevance to the provision of medical imaging and the practice of clinical radiology in non-metropolitan areas.
  • Providing learning and teaching opportunities for non-metropolitan radiologists and learning opportunities for trainees and recent Fellowship graduates, via exposure to networking, trainee program, education sessions etc.
  • Promoting the role and importance of the broadly-skilled generalist radiologist, akin to the rural generalist.
  • Promoting regional and rural centres as potential training and employment opportunities.
  • Promoting and facilitating engagement of non-metropolitan radiologists in teaching, research and other College and professional activities.
  • Advocating for all of the above, as well as more generally for patients and referring practitioners in non-metropolitan Australia and New Zealand, including providing expert and consensus opinion where required.

The Terms of Reference for ANZRRSIG are available on the website here.

Specialty Clinical radiology

Commitment No strict commitment, attend annual meetings as necessary

Eligibility criteria Membership of the SIG is open to College members who share the aims of the SIG. All FCR members are able to join Special Interest Groups. There is no term limit on SIG membership.

How to apply Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your intent to join ANZRRSIG.

Overview Expressions of interest are being called for Fellow members with interest and experience in the processes and practices pertaining to the accreditation of Training sites and networks. The Clinical Radiology Training Accreditation Working Group (CRTAWG) is a newly formed College working group reporting to the Clinical Radiology Education and Training Committee and is responsible for the monitor and make recommendations to sites providing training to have the appropriate facilities, ability, resources and governance to be able to deliver training to a standard that the College identifies to meet and deliver the needs of the training program.

There is currently a maximum of eight (8) positions available on the CRTAWG:

  • Four (4) positions for a three (3) year term, commencing 1 January 2018.
  • Four (4) positions to fill a two (2) year term, commencing 1 January 2018.

Specialty Clinical radiology

Commitment Typically, three (3) business meetings per year by teleconference with additional work as required for specific projects including the review and development of Accreditation standards (estimated additional 3-4 teleconferences and 1 face-to-face meeting if required).

Eligibility criteria Clinical Radiology Fellows, and desirably at least one NZ representative with Vocational Registration.

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 Chief Accreditation Officer, c/o Sandra McDonald at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Applications close when the position has been filled.

For more information please review the Position Description.

Overview An expression of interest is being called for one fellow member with an interest in the areas of standards of practice to join the Safety, Quality and Standards Committee. This is a standing committee of the Faculty of Clinical Radiology. The Safety, Quality and Standards Committee is responsible for providing advice to the Faculty of Clinical Radiology, College committees, College members and external enquiries on safety, quality, standards and associated matters relating to clinical (diagnostic and interventional) radiology. The Committee 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.

Specialty Clinical radiology

Commitment 1 face-to-face meeting (usually February), and three teleconferences per year

Eligibility criteria Clinical radiology Fellows

How to apply Your expression of interest must be completed using the expression of interest form (max 300 words) expressing your interest in, and credentials for, the position and a copy of your CV. This EOI will close once the position is filled. Please send your EOI form or any enquiries to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Overview Expressions of interest are being formally called for two clinical radiologists (including one from New Zealand), to join the InsideRadiology Editorial Board for a three-year term. The InsideRadiology Editorial Board oversees the InsideRadiology content and website, which publishes items for health consumers and health professionals on clinical radiological tests, procedures and interventions. Please consider viewing the InsideRadiology website before applying.

Specialty Clinical radiology

Commitment 1 meeting per year, others as necessary; contribution to the editorial process of items

Eligibility criteria Clinical radiology Fellows

How to apply

If you’re a GP or consumer: please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information.
If you're a radiologist: Your expression of interest must be completed using the expression of interest form (max 300 words) expressing your interest in, and credentials for, the position and a copy of your CV. This EOI will close once the position is filled. Please send your EOI form or any enquiries to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Overview The College is now accepting applications for Clinical Radiology Research Mentors. This role is an ideal opportunity for Fellows with a background in research who would like to contribute to the continued development of research culture in Clinical Radiology. Research mentors provide advice and encouragement regarding the development of research skills to trainees, research project supervisors and Directors of Training in their local Branch or Training Network.

Specialty Clinical radiology

Commitment Ongoing

Eligibility criteria Clinical radiology Fellows

How to apply For details please see the full Position Description. To apply, please submit the completed Application Form with endorsement from your Branch Education Officer and Head of Department. For applications or enquiries please contact Mr Adam Rayment, Manager Special Projects, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or +61 2 9268 9706.

 

Radiation Oncology

Overview One vacancy is available for a radiation oncology fellow to join the Faculty’s Radiation Oncology Research Committee (RORC) for the term January 2018- December 2020. If you are interested in radiation oncology research, and have a passion to advocate for evidenced based practice, please join us. Please view the Terms of Reference of the Committee for more information.

Specialty Radiation oncology

Eligibility criteria Radiation oncology fellows

Commitment 3-4 meetings a year. One meeting is a face-to-face meeting

How to apply Please send a brief CV and a short statement (no more than 300 words) outlining the reasons you'd like to be involved and the skills you might bring to the committee to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call +61 2 9268 9732. Applications will close on Monday 19 February.

Overview We are seeking fellows to join the FROGG Executive team. FROGG has been a highly successful special interest group of the college and is keen to engage additional fellows in its ongoing activities. The objectives of FROGG are to:
1. Facilitate best practice in genito-urinary Radiation Oncology
2. Promote and coordinate educational programmes related to the practice of genitourinary radiation oncology
3. Act as advocates for genito-urinary oncology and the use of radiation in particular
4. Serve as a recognised radiation oncology reference group to advise the College, Government and other bodies

Please view the Terms of Reference for more information.

Specialty Radiation oncology

Eligibility criteria Radiation oncology Fellows

How to apply If you are interested in being involved in FROGG, please discuss with one of the committee members: Drs Marketa Skala, Andrew Kneebone, Amy Hayden, David Christie, Mark Sidhom and Thomas Shakespeare. In particular, we are keen for representation from our New Zealand Colleagues or states outside of NSW/Queensland. Please send a CV and a short statement (no more than 150 words) outlining the reasons you'd like to be involved and the skills you might bring to the group to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Overview The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists is currently seeking expressions of Interest for members to join the Radiation Oncology SCHOLAR programmatic working group as part of the College’s ACER/Prideaux Review.

The SCHOLAR program is the component of the Radiation Oncology training program curriculum that guides the trainee in acquiring skills in research, including appraising the medical literature, and the understanding and application of research methodology, biostatistics and clinical trial development and rollout.

Specialty Radiation oncology

Commitment Broadly, this involves the transition to a ‘programmatic’ structure for training, in which:

  • Assessment tools are aligned with actual work practices as much as possible;
  • The purpose of each assessment tool is clearly articulated and linked to the curricular learning outcomes;
  • Curricular learning outcomes are grouped into coherent program areas;
  • A program of assessment is designed for each program that progressively tracks competency and evaluates data from all relevant assessments.

Eligibility criteria Radiation oncology Fellows

How to apply The programmatic working groups require the expertise and collaboration of many members. If you are interested in research and getting involved in this exciting project, you are encouraged to contact Dr Patrick Dwyer (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) for further information.

Overview We are seeking a radiation oncology Fellow or Educational Affiliate from New Zealand to sit on the New Zealand Radiation Oncology Executive and represent the NZROE on the Quality Improvement Committee.

The aim of the Committee is to promote a quality-centred approach for the Faculty by providing strategic and policy advice and conceptual models to ensure ongoing improvement in patient care bi-nationally.

Specialty Radiation oncology

Commitment regularly workshop and review matters of quality and best practice (bi-national and international) and advise the Faculty of issues arising; develop advice for the Faculty on strategic directions, priorities and mechanisms in the area of quality to ensure that radiation oncology stays at the forefront of best-practice world-wide; develop policy frameworks, advice and/or recommendations on issues of quality and standards

Eligibility criteria Radiation oncology Fellow or Educational Affiliate from New Zealand

How to apply Please send a brief CV and a short statement outlining your suitability and interest in the area of quality improvement to Alexander Brunt, Manager, New Zealand This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Applications will close once the position has been filled. 

Please note: applications are reviewed by the NZROE committee for approval before being nominated to QIC.

 

Both Faculties

Overview Expressions of interest are being formally called for the position of Editor in Chief, to join the JMIRO Editorial Board for a three year term after the resignation of Professor David Ball who held the role for over ten years. The College thanks Prof Ball for the outstanding work he has accomplished for our Journal. The JMIRO Editorial Board and Editor in Chief oversees the official journal of the College, which publishes articles of scientific excellence in radiology, radiation oncology and nuclear medicine. Manuscripts are judged on the basis of their contribution of original data and ideas or interpretation. All articles are peer reviewed.

View the JMIRO Terms of Reference here.

Specialty JMIRO covers both clinical radiology and radiation oncology, Fellows from either specialty are invited to apply

Commitment 1 meeting per year, approx. 4 hours per week commitment throughout the year

Eligibility criteria All Fellows

How to apply Your expression of interest must be accompanied by a covering letter (max 500 words) expressing your interest in, and credentials for, the position and a copy of his/her CV. Please relate your letter to the Editor in Chief Position Description. Interviews may be held for this position pending the review of the expressions of interest. This EOI will close one the position is filled. Please send your EoI to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call +61 2 9268 9752 for any enquiries.

 

 

 

 

One vacancy is available for a radiation oncology fellow to join the Faculty’s Radiation Oncology Research Committee (RORC) for the term January 2018- December 2020.

 

If you are interested in radiation oncology research, and have a passion to advocate for evidenced based practice, please join us. Please view the Terms of Reference of the Committee for more information.