MRI Radiographer

Location London
Job type: Permanent
Contact name: Harry Cooney

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Job ref: HJC LNCR
Published: 10 months ago

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We have an exciting MRI training opportunity for a motivated and dynamic Band 5 Radiographer to join our MRI team based Central London, with a competitive salary range on offer.

Our hospital has a state-of-the-art imaging department providing diagnostic services which range from General radiology through to complex Interventional procedures. We have a dedicated Breast imaging suite as well as our modern Nuclear Medicine department, where we have a gamma camera and PET/CT scanner, offering a full range of examinations. This is in addition to our busy CT, MR and Ultrasound disciplines.


Job profile

  • As a MRI Radiographer you will assist in the provision of MRI scans for patients, working closely with the Band 6 and 7 Radiographers, to ensure a high standard of patient care, and participate in the monitoring of standards.

  • This is a full-time, permanent position working 37.5 hours per week.

  • Monday to Saturday as per roster with participation in on-call and overtime.

  • Competitive salary range on offer, based on skills and experience.


  • Contributory pension scheme (total annual contribution up to 20%).

  • Private Medical Healthcare.

  • 33 day’s annual leave (Inclusive of bank holidays).

  • Season ticket travel loan, family friendly benefits, and a wide range of discounts with a variety of retailers/services, plus much more.

  • We also offer excellent career development; with clear career pathways and access to further education.

Key duties

  • To Assist in MRI procedures and be able to perform MRI examinations safely.

  • To operate accurately and safely complex radiological equipment, requiring a high degree of manual dexterity.

  • To ensure that all the documentation relating to an examination is appropriately organised to ensure rapid and accurate transit through the Administrative and Clerical systems of the Directorate.

  • To work unsupervised and participate in on-call and weekend work when training is completed and competencies have been signed off


  • Hold a BSc in Radiography or equivalent.

  • HCPC registered.

  • To be familiar with a computerised patient information system (RIS/Soliton and PACS)

  • To have a basic experience in MRI environment

  • Previous cannulation experience is desirable but not essential and full training will be provided.


Don’t miss out on this opportunity, get in touch today or apply now!

020 3002 6305