Salary: Band 7 £38,036-£48,256 (inc HCAS)
Description: This top London teaching hospital has a vacancy for a Band 7 radiographer in their neuroradiology department, which provides neurosciences services to the region.
They are looking for a knowledgeable and motivated radiographer to provide strong clinical skills, leadership and teaching. As a Neuroradiographer, you will work in MRI but also in other imaging modalities.
You will carry out specialised MRI such as advanced tumour imaging, perfusion scanning, spectroscopy and functional imaging. They also have a major trauma centre and a hyper-acute stroke unit, and their CT service reflects the challenges this brings with it. Your angiography skills will develop as you become an integral part of the team participating in interventional neurovascular treatment.
At Band 7 level it is expected that you will manage the day-to-day modality workload, working within the multi-modality team and liaising with internal and external service users to provide an efficient and patient-focused service. You will take a lead in developing and implementing new practices.
This is a progressive department which supports the development of each individual team member. You will gain from the experience of a dynamic clinical practice in this busy tertiary centre. You will also participate in research and have internal and external CPD opportunities, including post-graduate education.
Person Specification: You will be UK registered, MRI expertise is essential and CT or angiography experience is desirable.
Benefits: 27 days' annual leave. This increases to 29 days and 33 days after five and 10 years of NHS service, NHS pension scheme. The package is worth almost 20% of pay overall and includes an inflation-linked pension payable for life, life assurance and flexible working.
They are also pleased to offer an interest free loan of £2000 for relocation expenses to any staff that require it, repayable over the first 12 months of their contract at the Trust.