Applications for the ‘Common Stem’ Pathway SHO Posts and the National Training Programme in Radiology are now closed.

Applications are now closed for the July 2017 intake for the Training Programme in Radiation Oncology and the Higher Training Programme in Radiology. 

Applications are invited for the following posts which will commence in July 2017:

      1. ‘Common Stem’ Pathway SHO Posts – Special Interest in Radiology – closed
      2. Faculty of Radiologists National Training Programme in Radiology  -closed
      3. Faculty of Radiologists National Training Programme in Radiation Oncology- closed
      4. Faculty of Radiologists Higher Training Programme in Radiology- closed

1. ‘Common Stem’ Pathway SHO Post – Special Interest in Radiology:

The Faculties of Radiologists and Emergency Medicine are collaborating with the Surgical Training Programme of RCSI to create a limited number of 1-year SHO posts combining 6 months of Surgical training and 6 months of Emergency Medicine training. These will incorporate more Radiology interaction than usual and satisfy the 1 year of clinical experience requirement to apply for the competitive interviews for the Radiology Training Programme. Interns with an interest in pursuing a career in Radiology may apply; they will have an increased opportunity to interact with a Radiology Department in the Training Programme. Entry to the Radiology Programme at the end of the year is not guaranteed. SHOs not proceeding into Radiology may obtain credit from some other training programmes.

Faculty of Radiologists National Training Programme in:

2. Radiology
3. Radiation Oncology

Applications are invited for the above programmes. Registered Medical Practitioners with at least two years’ clinical experience, are invited to apply for Specialist Registrar posts in Radiology and with at least three years’ clinical experience to apply for Radiation Oncology.  The courses will commence in July 2017 and are organised by the Faculty of Radiologists of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and participating hospitals. Salaries are at Specialist Registrar grade in accordance with the Department of Health regulations. Consideration will be given to candidates interested in flexible training in Diagnostic Radiology and Radiation Oncology. Terms & conditions are as specified in the NCHD contract 2010.

Application Procedure
Please see application form for application requirements and procedure.

Closing date for ‘Common Stem’ Pathway applications is strictly 5pm on 25th November 2016.

Closing date for Radiology applications is strictly 5pm on 4th November 2016.

Closing date for Radiation Oncology applications is strictly 5pm on 5th December 2016.

Application Forms & Instructions

‘Common Stem’ Pathway SHO Posts – Special Interest in Radiology Application Form

‘Common Stem’ Pathway SHO Posts – Applicant Declaration Form

FAQs for ‘Common Stem’ SHO Posts

Radiology Application Form 2017

Radiation Oncology Application Form 2017

Applicant Declaration Form

Instruction to Applicants

Payment Form

Guidance for Eligibility for Trainee Specialist Division

Guidance on English Language Requirements

HSE-Job-Specification-for-NCHD-posts

HSE-NCHD-Terms-Conditions

All applications to be sent to:
The Honorary Secretary
Faculty of Radiologists
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
123 St. Stephen’s Green
Dublin 2.
Tel: 01 4022476/4022139
Email:radiology2@rcsi.ie

4. Faculty of Radiologists Higher (Post Fellowship) Training Programme in Radiology

Applications are invited for the above programme. This programme will commence in July 2017 and is organised by the Faculty of Radiologists, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and participating Hospitals. Possession of the Fellowship of the Faculty of Radiologists or an equivalent qualification is desirable.

Salaries are at Specialist Registrar grade in accordance with the Department of Health regulations. Applicants are required to have completed four years of accredited training prior to commencement of Radiology post. A Radiology fellowship level qualification or equivalent, although not essential, is preferable. Candidates must have undergone regular satisfactory assessments as part of their training. Terms & conditions are as specified in the NCHD contract 2010.

Application Procedure
Please see application form for application requirements and procedure.

Closing date for application is strictly 5th December 2016.

Application Forms & Instructions

Higher Training Application Form 2017

Higher (Post Fellowship) Applicant Declaration Form

Instruction to applicants for the Higher Training (Post Fellowship) Programme in Radiology

Payment Form

Guidance for Eligibility for Trainee Specialist Division

Guidance on English Language Requirements

Please note the Post Ranking Form and Job Descriptions will be uploaded in due course.

HSE-Job-Specification-for-NCHD-posts

HSE NCHD Terms & Conditions

Post Ranking Form 2017

2017 Job Descriptions

All applications to be sent to:

The Honorary Secretary
Faculty of Radiologists
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
123 St. Stephen’s Green
Dublin 2.
Tel: 01 4022476/4022139
Email:radiology2@rcsi.ie

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Successful Applications

Following completion of the interview process, candidates will be informed of their acceptance or non-acceptance on the training programme. The successful candidate must, prior to taking up appointment, obtain:

  • Provisional Registration – Irish Medical Council, Lynn House, Portobello Court, Lower Rathmines Road, Dublin 6, Ireland. Tel: (00 353 1) 496 5588, Fax: (00 353 1) 496 5972.
  • A certificate of Medical Insurance from one of the recognised Medical Insurance Companies i.e. Medical Protection Society or the Medical Defence Union.
  • A student visa from the Department of Foreign Affairs Consular Section, 80 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2. (where applicable).
  • Work Permit from the Department of Enterprise and Employment, 65a Adelaide Road, Dublin 2. (where applicable).