Join our team

Work overseas

Demand for our services is constantly increasing. That means we are always looking for new Radiologists to join our global network of leading GMC specialist, NHS experienced Consultant Radiologists.  

We have job opportunities for GMC specialist Radiologists to join our teams in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. We have state of the art reporting centres in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Auckland and Cape Town.  We also have job opportunities for FRANZCR specialists within the UK reporting for our Australian and New Zealand clients.


Relocation assistance

To help you take advantage of the opportunity offered by our international Radiologist jobs, we provide a relocation allowance including travel and accommodation (including family). We can arrange working visas and also offer full indemnity insurance, and CPD allowance.

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Team support

Wherever, however, or whenever you work, you will always have the support of a highly regarded team of clinical directors, frequent clinical governance meetings and state-of-the-art IT systems. Our international radiology jobs also provide GMC revalidation and appraisal.

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Wide-ranging benefits

From the other side of the world, you’ll be reporting on a challenging mix of British emergency cases during your daylight hours. International teleradiology also has the benefit of flexible shift patterns that allow for leisure and travel, and an attractive remuneration package with additional generous pension or superannuation.

Stories from our team

"I think it would have been a bit of a pipe dream ten years ago, the idea that you could go on a safari, go to the beach, and then combine your reporting shifts from the Cape Town hub.”


Frequently asked questions

Where are your international offices?

We have state-of-the-art offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Auckland.

What is the standard length of contract?

Generally one year, although we may be able to accommodate shorter periods too. If you already have the right to work in Australia there is no minimum term.

Do I need to sit further examinations to work as a Radiologist in Australia or New Zealand?

No, using your GMC specialist registration, you will report for British hospitals, there is no requirement to be registered with Australian/New Zealand medical councils.

Will you be able to help me gain a working visa?

Yes. We will organise your Australian or New Zealand working visa for you.

What relocation assistance do you provide?

We provide a relocation allowance including flights and accommodation – along with full indemnity insurance, and CPD allowance.

What about my family? Can you help them relocate too?

If you have a family, we can account for them in any visa and financial assistance we provide you, including flights and accommodation.

What areas of the world can I move to?

We have job opportunities for GMC Specialist Radiologists to join our teams in Australia and New Zealand – and similarly, for FRANZCR specialists within our UK centres reporting for our Australian and New Zealand clients.

What are your levels of pay and benefits?

We offer an attractive remuneration package, along with additional generous pension/superannuation.

What training and CPD do you provide?

We have a comprehensive induction programme to ensure that all of our Radiologists are well trained in our systems and processes. We provide ongoing training and support through regular clinical governance meetings chaired by our Medical Director and host regular subspecialty educational events – CPD points are awarded for attendance.

I’d like to travel. How flexible are you with rosters?

Our 24/7 international teleradiology model means we can be more flexible with shift times – so if you’d like to take time off or travel, you can. Some of our British Radiologists choose to work a 7 on/7 off roster allowing plenty of time to see the sights. You can even travel and work your way across Australia and work in a different city each month!

What type of cases will I be reporting on?

You’ll be reporting on a challenging mix of British emergency cases during your daylight hours – with plenty of opportunities to work on your subspecialty as well.

What systems do you use?

We have our own in-house developed RIS, meaning that you will only need to be trained on our system, not each of our clients. We use Intelerad PACS and Powerscribe 360 voice recognition.

I’m not accredited in the UK. Can I still apply for a reporting role?

Yes. Everlight is a global teleradiology provider with opportunities available for experienced Radiologists with; GMC, IMC and FRANZCR accreditation.

What support will I be offered as part of Everlight?

Everlight has offices across the globe which means 24/7 clinical, IT and operational support for all of our Radiologists. We have a dedicated operations team who’ll work with you to ease the pressures that can come with case selection, case load, reporting and liaising with clinical teams – so you can focus on providing the best possible patient care. You’ll be working side by side with a team of British, Australian and New Zealand Radiologists.





Life matters


Everything we do is designed to deliver the best outcomes for patients, each and every time.

Which is why our Radiologists are located around the world and available around the clock. We have access to the very best Radiologists when it matters most.

What we do is everyday critical and we are excited to be leading the way.


Quality matters

To provide the best patient care we need the best people, best reporting, best processes and the best team. We are natural problem solvers and we enjoy a challenge. New ways of working and fresh thinking are what keep us moving forward, challenging ourselves, each other and the industry to always do more, learn more and do better. As individuals and as a team we don’t stand still.

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Team matters

Everyone has a vital part to play. From supporting each other, sharing knowledge or expertise, peer review or celebrating our successes, we all pull together. As a team we are collaborative and respectful and we even manage to have some fun. We are naturally inclusive and our team extends to clients, clinicians, partners and peers. We are on your side.