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Purpose and Role

To provide the leadership in nuclear medicine technology supporting both the commercial and delivery teams at CAN. This is a new role at CAN and is an excellent opportunity for the right candidate to help shape our progress into the growing nuclear medicines market globally (starting with the UK and Europe).

Prime Responsibilities and Duties

  • To gain knowledge of market activity in nuclear medicine, principally in the UK and Europe and be the main point of contact for academia, clients, suppliers, and trade bodies.
  • To maintain familiarity with the full range of nuclear medicine, Single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT), and Positron emission tomography (PET), providing ongoing expert scientific and technical support.
  • To gain and maintain awareness of all nuclear medicine supply chains including the use of waste radionuclides, new fission/fusion technology (e.g., SHINE Technologies and NorthStar Medical) and other technology being developed.
  • To direct and support the technical delivery of engineering proposals and projects in relation to the scientific and regulatory aspects of radiopharmaceutical production.
  • Participate in various activities linked to the design, manufacture, installation, acceptance testing and commissioning of new nuclear medicine equipment.
  • Ideally be able to produce a master validation plan.
  • Participate in research and development projects undertaken by the company in collaboration with other departments and external institutions.
  • Lead representation of [or Lead representative of] CAN at the British Nuclear Medical Society and the European Association of Nuclear Medicines.
  • Lead on research and development activities to contribute to service improvements, both locally and companywide.
  • Any other job duties commensurate with the accountabilities of the post.
  • To support business change, via effective change management processes in the context of Cyclife Aquila Nuclear’ s fast-paced regulatory environment.
  • To be responsible for your own workplace safety. To demonstrate commitment to health and safety; ensure all statutory obligations are met and the safety of staff, clients and visitors are in line with the UK and European standards.
  • All activities will be conducted in accordance with the requirements of the Health & Safety at Work Act including relevant statutory regulations, Approved Codes of Practice and local safety rules and other relevant company policies and procedures.
  • Prepared to undertake regular travel in the UK and overseas when required.
  • Attend various business meetings as required.
  • Any other job duties commensurate with the accountabilities of the post.
  • Understanding of GDPR/data protection legislation procedures and requirements in a highly regulated environment. Comply with GDPR and with CAN data protection policy.
  • Comply with the company code of ethics and all polices (including staff handbook) related to the company corporate documents.
  • To be responsible for your own workplace safety. To demonstrate commitment to health and safety; ensure all statutory obligations are met and the safety of staff, clients and visitors are in line with the UK and European standards.
  • Demonstrating a commitment to health and safety by following the company’s written procedures and policies, ensuring you are up to date with any training and using any equipment provided to you for your safety.
  • Extending your commitment to those who may visit the organisation but not be familiar with us; clients, visitors and others ensuring they know how to stay safe on side.
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