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Band 5 Radiographer

AN - 0103

Looking to take your career to the next level?

If so, our client is now recruiting for a Band 5 Radiographer to join their well respected hospital. They are looking for a enthusiastic and flexible Radiographer to join their Imaging Department. 

You will be performing general x-ray, theatres, fluoroscopy, DSA and Interventional Radiology. Our client is based in Central London and has great commute options via Car, Bus and Train making your commute a whole lot easier. 

Requirements 

  • Diagnostic Diploma or Degree in Radiography
  • HPC Registration
  • Evidence of CPD
  • Evidence of clinical experience as a Radiographer/ Radiographer Student
  • Competence across a range of radiographic skills supported by professional knowledge acquired through degree (BSc Hons or equivalent Diploma)
  • Knowledge Current Radiation Protection regulations
  • Excellent communication & interpersonal skills
  • Able to work under pressure
  • Able to work weekends/ on-call as required

Duties

  • Act as a point of advice for patient enquiries regarding their referral
  • Act as a patient advocate in Radiation protection issues
  • Operate advanced software on specialised Radiological equipment e.g. image reformatting and dynamic imaging
  • Participate in the organisation, co-ordination and prioritisation of the flow of work within the department, ensuring the delivery of an efficient and effective diagnostic imaging service
  • Ensure that a high standard of patient care and high professional standards are maintained throughout the Imaging department
  • Liaise with referral source and Consultant Radiologist where clarification is required regarding selection of the most clinically appropriate imaging examination
  • Review images and in liaison with Radiologists ensure that supplementary imaging procedures are considered prior to patient departure from the Department
  • Ensure that images are presented for reporting purposes in a timely and accurate manner
  • Ensure that urgent findings are communicated to the appropriate person and patients are directed accordingly
  • Be familiar with the range of technical applications available on Imaging Equipment
  • Maintain accurate patient records by input of accurate information to reflect the service provided and meet professional standards
  • 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 high quality service to patients and clinicians.
  • Participate in the delivery of an out of hours service, providing a stand/by and on call service to patients requiring urgent imaging due to acute trauma or illness
  • Perform non-radiographic tasks intrinsic to the day to day running of the department, for example:
  • Making appointments
  • Answering telephones and responding to enquiries
  • Patient registration and accounting tasks
  • Chaperone duties for ultrasound where required

Staff Benefits

  • Competitive pay For employees joining us from the NHS, we can provide continuation of your NHS pension
  • Contributory pension schemes to suit all pockets.
  • Private healthcare cover of up to £20,000 per year
  • 27 days annual leave + Bank Holidays
  • Ongoing training and development programmes and a genuine commitment to continuous professional development
  • Discounts at local, national and online shops
  • Interest-free season ticket loans
  • Cycle to work loan scheme
  • Employee “Service Excellence” recognition rewards