We have an exciting new vacancy for an Ultrasound Applications Specialist to join our team to cover the Oxfordshire Region.



To provide clinical applications support to new and existing Canon Medical Systems customers and to promote the full range of Ultrasound and other associated equipment nationally.



Support regional sales and clinical support activities ensuring modality financial targets are met

  • Supporting presentations and demonstrations of Canon’s full modality and associated equipment range
  • Attendance at exhibitions and lectures in the UK and abroad when necessary, to collect information on competitors’ development and new techniques as approved by Modality Manager
  • To assist with the preparation of EC Tenders and NHSSC and other framework responses related to individual prospects as directed by Modality Manager. 


Delivery of company values and maintenance of key relationships (internal and external)

  • To maintain contact with the modality teams and regional sales teams on a day-to-day basis.


Deliver modality training for Sales and Specialist teams

  • Training of UK sales team on new products and techniques and, when necessary, advising of Service Engineers in product functionality and image appreciation.


Applications training for new systems and installed base

  • Responsibility for planning and delivery of initial applications training on site, pre and post installation of system
  • Development and maintenance of teaching aids and training tools to promote educational aspects of imaging.


Clinical and product improvement/complaint management

  • Liaison with UK ‘luminaries’ to support research activities and to glean and impart useful marketing information.
  • Direct liaison with the Service Department on system-related issues.


Maintain close relationship with CMSE modality BU team

  • Liaison with the Business Unit in CMSE, as well as attendance at product and applications meetings, to bring back information on new products, developments and to feedback marketing information requested by, or useful to, CMSE and the UK



Follow and complete relevant processes

  • Completion of reports utilising Compass, in accordance to agreed management policies
  • To maintain records of all the above activities and sales information, and other procedures described by management under ISO9001/ISO12001 processes.



  • Qualified Radiographer – degree or DCR
  • Postgraduate, or equivalent, qualification in medical ultrasound
  • 3 years modality specific experience with time spent on modern technology at Senior Radiographer level
  • Exceptional communicator with demonstrable presentation skills
  • You must enjoy challenging work and have the ability to adjust to different working circumstances
  • This is a national role and requires considerable travel during the working week
  • Computer literate
  • Must hold current HCPC registration
  • Must hold a valid EU passport and driving licence holder
  • An enhanced DBS Disclosure will be required for this role.




We have 2 new exciting vacancies available for Ultrasound Cardiac Application Specialists.


1x North (Leeds-Manchester Area)

1x South (Northern Home Counties Area)



To promote Canon Medical Systems range of Ultrasound equipment throughout the UK



  • Supporting demonstrations for Canon Medical Systems Ultrasound Cardiology and Shared systems product range.
  • Arranging demonstration equipment and advice for customer demonstrations, workshops and site visits as required.
  • Responsible for organising own work schedule in conjunction with the Ultrasound BM and being flexible in providing support to other territories as required.
  • Maintain Salesforce records and recording their activities in-line with CMS UK CRM working standards.
  • Liaise with the Ultrasound Product Manager as required.
  • Liaise, feedback and provide account information to the Ultrasound Sales Specialists as requested.
  • Responsible for arranging and assisting with customer training on customer sites post sale and in-line with ‘Applications for Life’.
  • Responsible for managing and organizing new Cardiac Ultrasound Systems installations.
  • Involvement in organising, running and supporting regular customer training courses throughout the UK.
  • Attendance at exhibitions, lectures and study days in the UK and overseas when necessary and as approved by the Ultrasound Business Development Manager.
  • Support on site visits with service engineers when requested.
  • Collect and feedback to Ultrasound Business Development Manager and Sales Director any information on competitors, new products and new techniques.
  • Feedback any current product or technique related problems to the Ultrasound Business Development Manager.
  • Responsible for keeping clinical knowledge up-to-date with current trends within the Cardiac Ultrasound environment.
  • Continuing professional education to include the participation of accredited meetings.
  • Support Cardiac research projects e.g Manchester United & Bristol.
  • Responsible for keeping up-to-date with current product developments.
  • Training of the Radiology Application team with Cardiac related Applications.
  • Develop a basic Radiology Application Knowledge and understanding
  • Participate at Clinical Applications training as a team member of the UK Ultrasound team



  • Good general standard of education, with excellent written and spoken English.
  • Computer literate in the appropriate packages.
  • The use of Sales Force or an understanding of CRM
  • A full clean driving licence.
  • BSE or equivalent with at least 2 years post qualifying experience.
  • Must be able to work flexibly
  • The ability to travel within the UK, and overseas from time to time
  • Excellent communication skills to communicate at all levels


To apply please send your CV along with a covering email to: HR.UK@eu.medical.canon

Canon Medical Systems UK selected for image quality, apps support & service

Three new diagnostic ultrasound systems for first trimester obstetric imaging have been installed into the Maternity Outpatients Department at The Princess Royal Hospital, part of The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust. The three new Aplio i600 systems from Canon Medical Systems UK will sit in side-by-side rooms and used for routine scanning of early pregnancy anomalies, growth and fetal medicine.

“We’ve been well supported by the Canon Medical Systems application specialists since installation. They have tailored our training to what we need and replicated set-up across the three units to ensure continuity of use when our sonographers move between rooms,” states Lindsay Reid, Maternity Outpatients Manager at The Princess Royal Hospital. “The new systems provide great quality images, particularly in cardiac, and will help us deliver a superior quality of maternity services to our patient catchment into the future.”

“We’re delighted to maintain our obstetric ultrasound relationship with The Princess Royal Hospital, which dates back many years under our former identity as Toshiba Medical Systems,” states Nicole Starr, Ultrasound Sales Specialist at Canon Medical Systems UK. “Repeat business is testimony to our company commitment of working hard for our customers and ensuring that frontline imaging systems meet everyday demands and do the job they need to do.”

The Aplio i600 diagnostic ultrasound system is designed to increase department efficiency, boost user flexibility and provide quality image outputs. It offers a range of transducers to support a variety of clinical applications and delivers exceptional colour imaging.

Photo caption: Three new Aplio i600 systems from Canon Medical Systems UK will be used for routine scanning of early pregnancy anomalies, growth and fetal medicine at The Princess Royal Hospital, part of The Shrewsbury & Telford Hospital NHS Trust.

Pictured (left to right): Jackie Chambers, Application Specialist at Canon Medical Systems UK; Lorraine Morgan, Midwife Sonographer; Mr Adam Gornall, Fetal Medicine Consultant; Alison Readman, Midwife Sonographer; Nicole Starr, Account Manager at Canon Medical Systems UK; and Clare Haycock, Midwife Sonographer.

Unique Canon Medical Systems ‘Dose Tracking System’ helps to make the invisible visible

Within a year of launch into the European market, the new Alphenix family of interventional imaging systems from Canon Medical Systems has received its first evaluations of dose reduction rates when compared against replaced systems and UK National Diagnostic Reference Levels (NDRLs).

The dose audit on the Alphenix system was undertaken between February and July 2019 assessing coronary angiography, pacemaker and single stent PCI procedures. All median Dose Area Product (DAP) for the dose audits were lower than national levels.

“These early findings show how the amount of dose delivered to patients during interventional procedures can be lowered using the Alphenix system. They are really encouraging and bring to life how excited we are about this innovation being able to make the invisible visible,” states Daniel Parr, XR Modality Manger at Canon Medical Systems UK.

“Being able to display dose accurately and in real time is unique to the Alphenix and a giant leap for interventional radiology. Clinical procedures that are performed less invasively offer many benefits over alternative surgical options such as faster recovery times, improved patient outcomes and a reduction in total cost of hospital stays. But with this innovation comes a renewed focus on the best strategies for managing ionizing radiation for staff and patients,” he continues.

The Alphenix Dose Tracking System (DTS) is a simple, colour-coded visual that is displayed on the system interface. It tracks x-ray beam movement and provides real-time visual feedback on skin dose information, mapping it visually on the system monitor at the same time. An advanced warning system provides threshold alerts giving quick and easy to see information to operators to enable adjustments to C-arm angulation, frame rate settings and collimation to reduce skin dose to better avoid threshold limits.

Photo caption: The Alphenix Dose Tracking System (DTS) is a simple, colour-coded visual that is displayed on the system interface. It tracks x-ray beam movement and provides real-time visual feedback on skin dose information, mapping it visually on the system monitor at the same time.