The Radiation Oncologist will divide his/her time between clinical practice in radiation oncology allocated to clinical duties in their clinical role, it is expected that successful candidates will be able to practice as radiation and clinical oncologists. It is expected that oncologists will contribute to the academic productivity of the multidisciplinary team, clinical and educational activities of the unit.
We have a position available for commencement in February 2019. Your clinical skills may include but are not limited to brachytherapy, cancer imaging, molecular and immune radiobiology analysis as well as systemic chemotherapy modalities.
Both Nigerian and international candidates are invited to apply.
- A medical degree and registration with the Nigeria Health Practitioner Regulation Agency and licence to practice in Radiation/Clinical Oncology are pre-requisites for an appointment. You must have completed specialist training in radiation oncology, or be expected to complete your specialist training before commencing this position.
- A medical degree and recognition of your training in Radiation Oncology are pre-requisites for an appointment. You must have completed specialist training in radiation oncology, or be expected to complete your specialist training before applying (or commencing?) for this position. All international applicants will also need to hold a visa issued by the Nigeria Department of Immigration prior to commencing employment.
- For further information about this opportunity, please review the position description or contact us for a confidential discussion.