Careers at SIR

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Associate, Clinical Research and Grants

This position is responsible for organizing and maintaining the clinical research programs and grants of the Society of Interventional Radiology and SIR Foundation. Under the guidance of the Director of Clinical Research and Grants, the position includes coordinating several inter-societal, international, and membership-wide clinical research and registry projects, planning and organizing up to four expert panel meetings annually, and maintaining the SIR Foundation Grants and Awards Programs with the assistance of the Coordinator of Clinical Research and Grants.

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To apply for any of these positions, please send resume and cover letter to our human resources department.

Working at the Society of Interventional Radiology

SIR is a dynamic and balanced workplace. Our supportive culture values inclusiveness, team work and collaboration.

SIR offers a competitive benefits package that includes:

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • 401(k) savings plan
  • Flexible spending account (FSA)
  • Vacation and sick leave
  • Personal days
  • 9 paid holidays
  • On-site gym

We work hard but we have fun, too. One of our employee committees is the STAR team, which promotes staff recognition, organizes staff celebrations and coordinates community service projects.

Are you a medical professional looking for a job in IR?

SIR’s Career HQ is the premier electronic recruitment resource for interventional radiology, where users find new positions or exceptional candidates. Employers can access the most qualified talent pool with relevant work experience to fill the positions of physician or medical physicist in the practice of diagnostic radiology, interventional radiology, nuclear medicine, or radiation oncology.

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What is IR?

Interventional radiology (also known as IR) is the minimally invasive, image-guided treatment of medical conditions that once required open surgery. By harnessing the power of advanced imaging (ultrasound, X-rays, CAT scans, MRI scans and other innovative methods), interventional radiologists can see inside your body and treat complex conditions--even cardiovascular disease and cancer--less invasively and with unprecedented precision. The result? IR can reduce the length of hospital stays, minimize potential complications, and save lives.

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