|Date Posted||January 13, 2021|
We are looking to recruit a Consultant Radiologist to work in the Breast Screening Cancer Clinics of the Primary Health Corporation (PHCC), Qatar.
Mammogram and screening experience is essential. You should have experience of reading around 5000 screening images a year.
There is only the National Screening programme in their scope at present as all further procedures will be carried out at the secondary and tertiary partner to PHCC.
To be eligible to apply you must;
- Have a minimum of 1 years' post board/CCT (or 3 years' post CESR) experience working as a Consultant.
- You must be a first or second author of at least two articles published in peer-reviewed journals (with only one of the articles allowed to be a case study).
- You must be able to provide employment experience letters for the last 5 years
- You must have a current valid medical licence and be able to provide a certificate of Good Standing.
You will receive a comprehensive benefits package with this position, which will include:
- Excellent tax-free salary
- Free accommodation
- Generous annual leave
- Education assistance
- End of Service benefit
Currently, the Primary Health Care Corporation is operating through 23 primary health care centers in Qatar distributed into three regions, namely Central, Western, and Northern. Thirteen of these centers are located in Doha city, while the rest of centers are located in populated areas in all parts of the country. These centers provide a wide variety of different types of health care services that depend on the location and needs of each area throughout a set of objectives which focus on keeping the health of the population and preventing diseases, in addition to patient diagnoses and treatment and the provision of a long-term and constant support to patients and their families from infants to elderly, children, adults, married couples, and mothers.
Qatar provides a safe and family friendly expatriate lifestyle. There are fabulous shops, restaurants, museums, cultural events, world class universities and social and sporting clubs and facilities. The country is located on the east coast of the Arabian Peninsula, and with an area of 11,437 sq. km it’s fairly small in land mass (roughly half the size of Wales). In 2010, Qatar had the world's highest GDP per capita, while the economy grew by 19.4%, the fastest in the world. The main source of Qatar’s wealth is its vast reserves of natural gas which have made it one of the richest countries in the world.
Qatar is pressing ahead with ambitious social, economic and infrastructure development plans and will invest tens of billions of pounds in developing its infrastructure over the next 10 years. Rapid population growth is driving demand for accommodation (both residential and commercial) and medical and education services.