Lead Nuclear Medicine Technologist - Abu Dhabi, UAE

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The Cleveland Clinic Hospital in Abu Dhabi, UAE (CCAD) is a 364-bed, tertiary-care, adult-focus hospital. CCAD is an extension of the US-based Cleveland Clinic’s model.

In all, more than 30 medical and surgical specialties are represented at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi. The hospital officially opened in May 2015.


The lead Nuclear Medicine Technologist works in conjunction with the Director of Imaging and Imaging Medical Staff to improve patient and work flow via providing support, education and leadership to the technical staff. Supports the mission and vision of the Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi. Responsible for day-to-day operations of the Nuclear Medicine section in the Imaging Department. Demonstrates knowledge of clinical procedures, equipment and policies - Hospital and Department - that are necessary for job performance. Collaborates with other department leadership to develop and implement methods to achieve established goals and objectives. Coordinates the work activities of assigned staff associates and patient scheduling. Maintains and achieves daily productivity and quality assurance standards set by management. Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and written.


  • Day to day operations of the Nuclear Medicine section.
  • Assists the Imaging Director and Operations Manager with assessing the policies and procedures for the area of responsibility on an annual basis.
  • Assists the imaging director with the maintenance of all required section records and the provision of any statistical data that might be required in support of management activities
  • Coordinates the flow and schedule of inpatients and outpatients to ensure optimal patient satisfaction, while ensuring all patient safety measures are maintained.
  • Ensures and maintains quality control in regards to patient care and equipment usage. Ensures quality assurance tests are performed daily/weekly and all policies and procedures are adhered to.
  • Participates in the interview and selection of staff.
  • Responsible for the performance, evaluation and disciplinary processes of assigned personnel.
  • Coordinates and answers questions regarding networking and informatics. Effectively completes and ensures that all electronic data is sent to its appropriate destination.
  • Performs radiopharmaceutical kit preparations and quality control according to departmental procedure and manufacture specification

Education Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or diploma in Nuclear Medicine (of minimum THREE YEAR duration, from a regionally-accredited program; online degrees cannot be considered)
  • Associate degree in Nuclear Medicine (of minimum TWO YEAR duration, from a regionally-accredited program; online degrees cannot be considered)
  • Bachelor's Degree, Diploma, or Associate's degree in Radiography (from a regionally-accredited program; online degrees cannot be considered)
  • A minimum one-year post-graduate diploma or Master's degree in Nuclear Medicine (from a regionally-accredited program; online degrees cannot be considered)

License/Certification/Experience Requirements:

  • Registered Nuclear Medicine Technologist (e.g., ARRT, NMTCB, CAMRT)
  • Current license
  • Four years of recent experience as a Registered Nuclear Medicine Technologist working as a General NMT in a mid- to large-sized tertiary hospital
  • At least two years current experience in a formal Supervisory role in a mid- to large-sized tertiary hospital


  • Tax-free income
  • Accommodations provided
  • Living Allowances
  • Relocation airfare
  • Medical coverage
  • 25 work days of vacation
Interested in working in the USA?: We have positions in the USA for RNs educated in the Philippines and in other countries.

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Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi

The Cleveland Clinic Hospital Abu Dhabi (CCAD) is a 364-bed, tertiary-care, adult-focus hospital. CCAD provides Western-style healthcare, according to the US Cleveland Clinic model. more

Abu Dhabi, UAE

Abu Dhabi, the capital of the UAE, is also the wealthiest emirate and the largest emirate. Wishing to establish itself as the cultural center of the Middle East, it is building a fantasy-like museum to which the Louvre will lend exhibits.

United Arab Emirates

The United Arab Emirates, population approximately 9.7 million (2017 est. 12% Emirati citizens and 88% expatriates), is one of the most westernized countries in the Arabian Peninsula.

Three large cities: Abu Dhabi (the capital), Dubai (the UAE's most internationally-known city), and Al Ain (the university centre with a medical school). Has a long coastline and the Hajar Mountains to the East, which are great for hiking. Popular with tourists who come from Europe and from throughout the region. more