Radiographer - MRI/CT
Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
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BAND 6 CT/MRI RADIOGRAPHER
MEDICAL IMAGING DEPARTMENT
37.5 Hours per week PERMANENT
Applications are invited from enthusiastic, self-motivated, experienced CT/MRI radiographers who want to develop their CT/MRI career in a busy District General Hospital.
You will be joining our friendly, flexible Medical Imaging Department with one 160-Slice Aquilion Canon Prime SP CT Scanner and one GE 64-slice CT scanner, a 1.5 T Siemens MRI scanner a SOLA MRI 1.5 T Scanner and a also a SPECT CT scanner.
You will work as part of the team to provide a high quality, responsive diagnostic service delivering excellent patient care in line with the Trust core values. You will be expected to maintain high clinical standards and share this practice with junior staff and students.
You must have excellent communication and organisational skills, a commitment to CPD and a practical knowledge of radiation protection, legislation and health and safety requirements. A flexible approach to working will be required. Above all, patients must be at the forefront of your practice.
You will possess DCR (R) or BSc Radiography with current HCPC registration.
The successful candidate will have proven clinical skills in a wide variety of CT and/or MRI examinations and this post will provide the opportunity to develop your clinical skills in both specialities.
Main duties of the job
To assist the Modality Lead Radiographer CT/MRI to ensure effective day to day management of workload and resources prioritising workload as required ensuring best delivery of services.
To assist in developing and updating MRI /CT imaging techniques to enhance the service provided in concordance with best practice.
Supervision of band 5 radiographers, Assistant Practitioners, and student radiographers working in their designated work area
To perform a comprehensive range of MRI/CT and general radiographic procedures without supervision both within the departmental and externally.
To take part in both the extended working day and emergency duty rotas.
To contribute to the service improvement and business planning processes.
To provide patients with a good quality cost effective imaging service, and to continually develop the service to incorporate modern advances in imaging.
Please note that the Trust reserves the right to close a position early.
Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is a high performing Trust achieving a Good rating in our most recent Care Quality Commission (CQC) assessment and achieving significant progress in the delivery of our strategic objectives. We are proud of the commitment of our staff to ensuring a strong and sustainable future for this organisation which is highly valued by our local communities.
There has never been a better time to join Barnsley Hospital. It is moving at pace and a we can do this attitude is evident right through the organisation, where staff are engaged for change and committed to being part of the journey to sustainability and growth.
Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is committed to promoting equality of opportunity and fair treatment to all applicants regardless of race, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, marital status, mental or physical disability, religion or belief, sexual orientation, age or offending history.
The cost of the DBS (criminal records check) for Band 6 and above roles only will be met by the successful candidate(s) through salary deduction.
Certificates of Sponsorship
We welcome applications from individuals who may require sponsorship under the skilled worker or health & care visa route.
**Please note funding for travel and associated relocation costs may not be covered by the Trust**
Please see further details below.
Please refer to the attached Job Description and Person Specification for full details of the role and responsibilities.
Knowledge and Awareness
Skill and Abilities
Certificate of Sponsorship
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