Are you looking to take your career to the next level?
If so, our client has an amazing opporunity for a Senior Radiographer to join a well respected clinic. They are looking for an experienced, skilled and motivated nurse to join their hospital.
Our client is based in the heart of London and has great reputation for being one fo the top clinics in the world, they have great travel links via train, bus and car making commute easier.
This post would be ideally suited for an MRI radiographer wishing to develop their MRI and orthopaedic imaging experience.
- Degree or Diploma in Diagnostic Radiography - No Ter 2 Visa
- HCPC registration - UK Experience
- Significant MRI, x-ray and II Orthopaedics procedures experience
- Able to make judgements involving complex facts or
- situations which require the analysis, interpretation and comparison of a range of options
- Experience using 3T.
- To maintain HCPC registration.
- To liaise with referral sources where clarification is required regarding selection of the most clinically appropriate imaging examination.
- To act as a point of advice for imaging referrers.
- To ensure the safety of all patients and personnel within MRI, Theatre and X-ray department.
- To communicate effectively and empathetically with patients and their escorts prior to, during, and after an examination, especially in difficult or emotional circumstances, using both verbal and non-verbal communication skills.
- To ensure patients receive a high standard of care across all modalities.
- To acquire diagnostic images, and physically position the full range of patient presentations, accurately for examinations, considering patient limitations and adapting standard techniques where necessary.
- To match clinical indications presented by the referrer to an appropriate departmental protocol.
- To operate advanced software on specialist radiological equipment, requiring excellent handeye co-ordination,
- To review images and ensure that supplementary imaging procedures are considered prior to patient departure from the department.
- To be able to offer good clinical judgement when assessing and interpreting images produced by themselves or more junior staff
- To ensure that images are presented for reporting purposes in a timely and accurate manner.
- To ensure that urgent findings are communicated and patients directed accordingly.
- To highlight abnormalities noted during scanning to the relevant Clinician or Radiologist
- Private Medical Insurance
- Company Pension Scheme
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Occupational health services
- Season Ticket Loans
- Cycle to work scheme
- Childcare Vouchers