£35,000 - £39,000

Are you looking for an exciting new position?

If so, our client has now opened up its doors again and is back looking for a Band 6 - Rotational Radiographer to join their state of the art hospital. 

Our client is looking for someone who is an experienced Band 6 - Rotational Radiographer who is ready for the next step in their career. Our client provides exceptional patient centred care through its state-of-the-art medical facilities.

Our client is one of the UK’s leading private healthcare providers with a state of the art hospital. 


  • BSc(Hons) Radiography, DCR(D) Diploma of the College of Radiographers or equivalent
  • Health Professions Council Registration
  • Commitment to continuous professional development
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Ability to teach and mentor more junior staff and new members of staff.
  • Ability to cope with work pressures and manage time effectively
  • Ability to cope with conflict and complaints at local level commensurate with Trust policies
  • Ability to make prompt decisions based on knowledge, experience and circumstances
  • Ability to work using own initiative but also to know when to seek assistance and guidance.
  • Basic computer and keyboard skills.
  • Keep all records up to date in a clear, accurate and concise manner on a day-to-day basis


  • To carry out radiographic examinations across a range of modalities to the agreed standard of the department.
  • To maintain a high standard of patient care and comfort and be patient focused at all times.
  • To work in an efficient and effective manner at all times.
  • To appear on duty promptly and appropriately dressed and behave in a professional manner at all times.
  • To plan, prioritise and organise own workload.
  • To vet request forms for validity and appropriateness.
  • To determine whether repeat X-rays or extra projections are required.
  • To undertake IV injections in line with departmental policy.
  • To report any untoward incidents and equipment failure to the area superintendent radiographer.
  • To work unsupervised as and when required.
  • To work using own initiative but be aware own limitations and seek guidance when necessary.
  • To work flexibly based on requirements of service.
  • To carry out duties which may be considered necessary and consistent with the responsibilities of the post
  • Commitment to active participation for the out of hours service and perform rostered duties as part of contractual hours
  • Complete high quality examinations consistent with ALARA
  • Supervise junior staff consistent with company and local policies and procedures

Staff Benefits 

  • 25 annual leave days plus 8 bank holidays
  • Pension
  • Life assurance
  • Salary is competitive and depending on experience.