Are you looking to progress your skills within Radiography?
If so, this could be the perfect opportunity for you.
A new position has just been released for a well experienced Radiographer to join one of the leading Sports injury Clinics in the UK. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of their excellent Imaging department.
The post-holder will undergo a comprehensive induction/training period whereby they will be working with senior and lead radiographers.
They will develop specialised knowledge and expertise and produce high quality images to assist in diagnosis and treatment, while demonstrating high standards of care.
The responsibilities will also include occasional supervision of agency/bank staff in both the delivery of the service, assisting with and managing, workflow and ensuring all data inputs are recorded for both patient record integrity and statistical evaluation purposes.
They must exhibit a high professional and technical standard and adapt to different learning environments.
Demonstrating partnership in professional development issues, maintaining a high level of technical and theoretical skills through personal CPD.
Participating in the governance of the department in areas including risk management, health and safety, research and audit activities.
- Degree or Diploma in Diagnostic Radiography
- HCPC registration
- 1 year + II Orthopaedics theatre and x-ray experience
- Excellent communication skills
- Some knowledge of PACS and other IT systems (desirable)
- Excellent teamworking and MDT skills
- Excellent timekeeping skills
- Ability to work
- 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 the 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.
- To acquire diagnostic images, and physically position the full range of patient presentations, accurately for examinations, taking into account 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 hand-eye co-ordination,
- Private Medical Insurance
- Company Pension Scheme
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Occupational health services
- Season Ticket Loans
- Cycle to work scheme
- Childcare Vouchers