Why don’t you come and join our luxury hospital in west London?
We are recruiting for a Senior Rotational Mammographer who will work as part of a larger team under the overall guidance of the Radiology Manager to ensure the highest standard of service to patients, consultants, and visitors. Naturally this role will require you to act in accordance with the standards of conduct, performance and ethics set by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
This is a 'blended' role where you will work as part of a Mammography team however will also support the MRI/CT team on a rotational basis.
25 days Annual leave plus 8 days Bank holiday a year
Auto-Enrolment of 5% pension - contribute 10% through Salary Exchange
Private Medical Insurance and Private Dental Insurance
Discounted gym facilities in our Admin Office Building
Employee Assistance Programme
Seasonal Ticket Loans
Working Monday to Saturday with some weekend on call
Current valid Healthcare Professional Council (HCPC) registration required.
Relevant post Graduate experience with a post DCR in Mammography ascertain in the UK from a HCPC recognised institute required.
Knowledge of processes and procedures in Radiography.
Knowledge of processes and procedures in Mammography.
Highly developed specialist Diagnostic Radiology knowledge, underpinned by theory and experience.
Relevant personal history of continuing professional development.
Understanding of radiographic equipment in the context of how images are produced for both ionising and non-ionising radiation imaging methods and how images are appropriately shared and/or stored.
Knowledge of the application of different Imaging procedures and the associated risks/benefits and precautions/safety requirements.
Duties & responsibilities
You will be working at our new outpatient facilities utilizing your good radiographic techniques and modify as clinically appropriate. You'll have the technical ability to manipulate a range of equipment, whilst maintaining patient comfort and adequately communicate with patients and colleagues to ensure the safe movement of patients into imaging position. Use appropriate touch techniques to locate external bony landmarks. You will be performing X-ray examination as required and within the scope of Ionising Radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations (IR(ME)R).
Utilise and understand the Picture Archiving and Communication system (PACS) and Computed Radiography (CR) and Digital Radiography (DR) systems. You will be responsible for ensuring that all persons are safe to enter the controlled area, that all unauthorised persons are supervised at all times, and that all MRI policies, procedures and risk assessments are adhered to at all times. As a category (a) Authorised person take full responsibility for the presence of unauthorised persons for the duration of their presence in the controlled area, supervise all non-category (a) persons entering the controlled area, and control the equipment entering the Inner Controlled Area on a day-to-day basis. To have a robust knowledge of all potential MRI emergencies and how to manage each emergency whilst ensuring MRI safety is not compromised, utilising safe moving and handling techniques and ensuring only MRI compatible equipment is taken into the Controlled Area.
If you are interested, then get in touch today or apply now to be considered for this amazing opportunity.
020 3002 6305