Salary: £24,214 to £30,112 per annum
Description: This NHS Hospital Trust has a Radiology Department that performs in excess of 210,000 examinations each year providing a comprehensive array of diagnostic imaging including CT, MRI, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, Interventional and Cardiology services.
The hospital is also the first hospital in the UK to achieve the internationally recognised 'Pathway to Excellence' accreditation, this means that we have created a positive practice environment in which our staff feel that they can flourish and grow
They now have exciting posts that will develop your career as a diagnostic radiographer and offer you a range training opportunities. The department offers the opportunity to link-grade from Band 5 to Band 6.
Person Specification: As a Radiographer you will be responsible for producing high-quality images to aid the diagnosis and treatment
of patients attending the Imaging Department and throughout the trust.
You will undertake all Radiographic procedures as specified by the Radiology Department protocols and in accordance with IRMER.
The post will require you to communicate with other healthcare professionals to ensure patients receive the appropriate level of care and treatment.
There is initial training in CT as there is a requirement to perform some non-contrast CT scans out of hours, there may also be the opportunity to rotate through CT on a regular basis.
Benefits: This will include- NHS Pension, support to all employees who wish to maintain their health and well-being, Flexible working, Tax-free childcare, staff carpark, Health Service Discounts and excellent annual leave. There is an on -site gym and swimming pool with a reduced membership fee of for staff plus on-site childcare facilities.