Senior Radiographer

Location City of London
Discipline: AHP
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £36,500
Contact name: Eivar Zand

Contact email: E.zand@t2healthcare.com
Job ref: EZ - 021
Published: 4 months ago

​Our client is looking for a dynamic and dedicated Radiographer to join their busy Imaging Department.

The post holder will be responsible for performing a range of diagnostic radiographic procedures as required throughout the Hospital in general x-ray, theatres and Fluoroscopy.

You will also be expected to participate in the Governance of the Department in areas including Risk Management, Health and Safety and Audit activities.

Requirements

  • Diagnostic Diploma of College of Radiographers or BSc Hons

  • Evidence of CPD

  • 2 years post qualification experience in diagnostic imaging

  • Current HCPC registration

  • Evidence of decision making skills

  • Excellent communication & interpersonal skills

  • Ability to work independently & accurately

  • Excellent presentation skills

Duties

  • Assess the clinical justification of Radiography referrals

  • Act as a point of advice for imaging referrers

  • Act as a point of advice for patient enquiries regarding their referral

  • Acquire diagnostic images and physically position the full range of patient presentations

  • Operate advanced software on specialised Radiological equipment

  • Participate in the organisation, co-ordination and prioritisation of the flow of work within the department

  • Ensure that a high standard of patient care and high professional standards are maintained throughout the Imaging department

  • Participate in a CPD programme for all staff

  • Review images and in liaison with Radiologists ensure that supplementary imaging procedures are considered

  • Be familiar with the range of technical applications available on Imaging equipment

  • Perform intravenous cannulation and manual injection of contrast agent on completion of training and/or hospital competency

  • Work as part of a team to ensure effective communication and delivery of care.

  • Liaise with other departments/wards within the hospital and various external sources in order to provide a

  • Adapt and quickly respond to changes in service, patients or departmental need.

  • Trouble-shoot equipment faults and make suitable provision for the service in the event of equipment failure

  • Demonstrate a wide range of problem solving skills involving allocation of staff due to absence and associated adequate service provision

Benefits

  • Competitive pay with progressive band structuring

  • Private healthcare cover of up to £20,000 per year

  • Ongoing training and development programmes

  • Discounts at local, national and online shops

  • Interest-free season ticket loans

  • Cycle to work loan scheme

  • Employee “Service Excellence” recognition rewards

If you feel like this role is a perfect fit for you, apply and we'll take care of the rest!