£28,000 - £30,000
You will be expected to have excellent communication skills while working within a multi-disciplinary team to ensure a timely and effective imaging service is maintained at all times.
The Imaging department has 2 Siemens MRI scanners. A 1.5T Avanto and 3T Spectra, There is a Siemens DR room at the City unit and a DR and CR x-ray room at our main surgical hospital. Both have Siemens Image intensifiers. There are currently 2 GE image intensifiers at the surgical centre.
A wide variety of patients will be encountered including children from the age of 5 years, both hobby and elite athletes and VIP. All patients are to be treated with the same courtesy and professionalism. It is an absolute requirement of employment that confidentiality must be strictly maintained at all times.
The post-holder will undergo a comprehensive induction/training period whereby they will be working with the lead and senior radiographers to deliver a five-star service in the Imaging Department. They will develop specialised knowledge and expertise to produce high quality images to assist in diagnosis and treatment, while demonstrating high standards of care.
The post holder will be required to manage the imaging workflow and ensure all data inputs are recorded for both patient record integrity and statistical evaluation purposes. The post holder will be required to exhibit a high professional and technical standard and adapt to different learning environments.
What we need from you?
This post would be ideally suited for a radiographer wishing to develop their orthopaedic imaging experience. Clinical work will involve a mix of orthopaedic X-rays, theatre work and imaging administration every day. There is also scope to learn orthopaedic MRI within this role.
26 Days annual leave with an additional 1 day every 2 years to the maximum of 5 (Totalling 31)