Job Vacancies

July 2018:

Nuclear Medicine Technologist (Scientist) 

Looking to progress your career?
An opportunity to work as part of an experienced team of professionals
Southern Nuclear Imaging are currently seeking applications from qualified Nuclear Medicine Technologists who are seeking to progress their career whilst enjoying the lifestyle benefits of a sea-chnage. The successful candidate will be presented with the opportunity to enhance their skills across all areas of contemporary nuclear medicine practice. They will be offered a 2 year contact, with further extension possible at contract expiry.

Southern Nuclear Imaging has practices located in Bankstown, Revesby and Wollongong. The successful applicant will be presented with the opportunity to contribute to the smooth and efficient day to day running of Illawarra Nuclear Imaging (Wollongong: ) practices. Travel is an important component of this position where training and work opportunities may occur at other practice locations. Travel can be organised at mutually agreed upon at times.

You will enjoy the opportunity to expand your patient and professional knowledge and skills to grow your specialty and deliver high quality Nuclear Medicine examinations with techniques to that meet or exceed industry standard.

Applicants should possess:

  • Ability to promote and maintain high standards of patient care
  • High level of personal and interpersonal communication
  • Ability to prioritise and complete tasks in a timely manner
  • Excellent organisation and time management skills
  • Patient-focused attitude to delivering Healthcare
  • Ability to work effectively as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • Commitment to continuing professional development

We currently operate GE SPECT/CT gamma cameras across our practices with all sites networked together through GE Xeleris 3.1. and  RIS/PACS. All practices are equipped with full cardiac stress labs for stress testing, hot lab and DEXA (BMD) capabilities. Southern Nuclear Imaging performs the highest standard of service in a diverse range of Nuclear Medicine studies.  

We provide a comprehensive nuclear medicine diagnostic service undertaking a wide spectrum of imaging studies. We have a fully equipped laboratory and our technologists acquire and develop expertise in radionuclide dose preparation and dispensing.

We also offer excellent working conditions, competitive remuneration, 4 weeks annual leave, 1 RDO per month, on site free parking, and pleasant working conditions.

Successful applicants must hold a Bachelor of Applied Science in Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine) or equivalent qualifications recognised by the accreditation board of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Nuclear Medicine. Hold an EPA license and AHPRA accreditation.
An attractive salary package will be negotiated with the successful applicant based on their level of experience.

Applications for this position close Monday 19th July 2018. Due to the expected high number of applicants, only successful applicants will be contacted. Go to to apply.
Please send applications and resumes to
For further information contact Gary Minch on 0418 763 528 or (02) 9708 4555.