• Clinical Biochemistry
  • Haematology and Transfusion Science
  • Pharmaceutical Science
  • Radiotherapy Physics


  • North West

Clinical Biochemistry – Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • North West

Haematology and Transfusion Science – Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • North West

Rotation would be required between Blackpool and Preston Hospitals.

Pharmaceutical Science – Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • North West

The Pharmacy Manufacturing Unit operates under the name of Preston Pharmaceuticals and encompasses several specialities; Non Sterile Medicines manufacture, Repacking, Assembly, Radio pharmacy and Aseptic Services, to meet the clinical needs of patients both at the Trust and across the NHS.

If you have never worked in a hospital setting before, you will be provided with the necessary training and support to help you learn and succeed. The team are friendly, helpful and supportive of one another and by working collaboratively, enable us to deliver a service that we are proud of. You will also work as part of a multidisciplinary team and will regularly engage with other healthcare professionals.

We value the personal skills, experiences, and qualities that individuals bring to our department and the Trust; creating an inclusive working environment to attract talented people who feel motivated, involved and able to influence the future direction of our services.

The wellbeing of staff is important to us; we have a dedicated Health and Wellbeing team who provide support on a range of topics, run fitness classes and organise mindfulness sessions. As an employer we have earned a reputation for focusing on the development of our staff and for being an organisation people are proud to work for.

Radiotherapy Physics – Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • North West

If you enjoy a challenge, are keen to further your technical skills and be instrumental in providing ‘Excellent care with compassion’ then join our friendly, multidisciplinary team at Rosemere Cancer Centre and make a difference. We have an opportunity to join a team of 12 dosimetrists, 17 clinical scientists, 7 engineers and a quality manager. In addition to this we also currently have 3 STP trainees and 2 apprentice engineers in our team.

Main duties of the job

You will be based within the radiotherapy physics department at Preston but, during your 3 years, will travel to other hospital sites in the North West to complete all the required aspects of your STP training. During your training you will also travel to the University of Liverpool to complete an MSc in Medical Physics.

Working for your organisation

Rosemere Cancer Centre is on the Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Royal Preston Hospital site and provides an external beam radiotherapy service for the adult population of Lancashire and South Cumbria (1.6 million population). The centre has: Seven clinical Elekta linacs, all with CBCT, and many with flattening filter free treatment capability and equipped with Response ABC system; Two dedicated Philips Big Bore CT scanners; Vision RT surface guided technology in routine clinical use; MOSAIQ® and SYNERGISTIQ™.

Treatment planning and virtual simulation is conducted on Pinnacle throughout the department. Some treatment planning is also being carried out on Raystation. Rosemere is currently commissioned to provide SABR for primary lung tumours and oligometasteses (non-spine and spine, lung and liver) in addition to intracranial SRS. Exciting developments include: Roll out use of Vision RT surface guided technology for site other than breast. System already in use for breast and thorax patients; Commissioning of SABR for adrenal metastases; Roll out of use of AI for contouring; Evaluation of PerFraction for independent dose check of treatment plans.