The Department of Radiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center is offering an exciting and unique opportunity for musculoskeletal imaging candidates searching for a flexible, lifestyle-oriented subspecialty daytime radiology position.
The candidate has the option to work on site or 100% remotely from home anywhere in the United States via teleradiology with a workstation provided. The desired individual would work alongside a collegial group of on-site subspeciality musculoskeletal radiologists and residents, becoming an integral part of our team.
The position will be 100% subspecialized in musculoskeletal imaging on at least half of all shifts with interpretation of ER, inpatient, and outpatient CT/MRI/plain film musculoskeletal imaging utilizing state of the art equipment. The remaining shifts consist of a mix of musculoskeletal imaging and general ED and inpatient plain film radiographic imaging. This position is an opportunity to work as little as a 4 day work week, while enjoying significant time off between days worked.
The candidate may choose between either a 4 day on, 10 day off or 5 day on, 9 day off schedule with normal daytime hours. This is a clinical diagnostic position without research or lecture requirements. Candidates will join a rapidly growing dynamic department with full benefits, competitive salary, and leadership cognizant of the importance of flexible work schedules and lifestyle needs of radiology staff.
Please contact us for this unique opportunity blending subspecialty imaging and flexible work-life balance. Applications are being accepted online at https://unmc.peopleadmin.com/postings/65610. Individuals from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
M.D. Board Certified in Radiology Fellowship or additional training in musculoskeletal radiology
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