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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 01/04/2020.

Radiotherapy Advanced Practitioner Specialist for Lung Radiotherapy

Job Reference: 356-20-2016196

Employer:
Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Department:
Advanced Practitoner - Therapeutic Radiographer for Lung
Location:
Castle Hill Hospital, Cottingham, Cottingham
Salary:
£37,570 - 43,772 per annu

We are excited to offer an excellent opportunity for career progression with the establishment of the Therapeutic Radiographer Advanced Practitioner role to specialise in lung radiotherapy. This role has been implemented with the introduction of the Lung Health Check initiative in Hull. We invite applications from highly motivated, enthusiastic and experienced Therapeutic Radiographers with a specific interest in lung radiotherapy.

The post holder will lead in the development of this role. The radiotherapy team is a patient centred multi-professional and enthusiastic team including the Radiotherapy managers, Consultant Therapeutic Radiographers, Advanced Practitioners, Team Leaders, Senior Therapeutic Radiographers, Therapeutic Radiographers, Radiotherapy Nurse Practitioners, Radiotherapy Clinical Support Workers and our booking team. Macmillan has adopted the entire radiotherapy team which will provide you with excellent resources for your role, CPD opportunities and access to funding. The department is based at the Queen’s Centre at Castle Hill Hospital in Cottingham; a purpose built centre that has a range of facilities for our patients along with access to Macmillan services and our Living with and beyond team. The equipment profile of the service includes a Varian Halcyon, 3 Varian Truebeams and 2 Varian iX clinacs, all of which have IGRT capabilities, 2 Phillips CT scanners and Varian Aria software.

The successful applicant will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and be able to build good relationships with patients, families and colleagues within the radiotherapy service and wider MDT. The post holder must have a wide knowledge of lung cancer and the modalities for treatment along with a good knowledge of future treatment regimes in radiotherapy. They must also have evidence of post graduate qualifications or working towards M level studies. They must also demonstrate excellent technical skills and experience for this role.

They will be required to advise the wider MDT on a wide range of technical and patient related issues. The post holder will also be expected to lead follow up clinics for patients that have received lung radiotherapy and actively record their patient reported outcomes. The collection of outcomes will be vital in evaluating our current treatment, developing and improving our service. The post holder will be expected to work closely with the whole radiotherapy team and with the specialist advanced practitioner roles to safely implement developments.

The post holder will be expected to maintain the clinical expertise in pre-treatment and treatment delivery and verification. They will be part of the senior radiotherapy management team and expected to be a key leader for the multi-professional workforce in terms of routine clinical duties and their specialty role of lung radiotherapy.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Candidates interested in applying for this opportunity are encouraged to contact Clare Hutton, Macmillan Radiotherapy Manager or Barbara Whitaker Macmillan Deputy Radiotherapy Manager, for an informal discussion before submitting their application.

clare.hutton@hey.nhs.uk 01482 461183 or Barbara.Whitaker@hey.nhs.uk 01482 461213

 




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Committed to Equal Opportunities. Flexible working policies operation. A No Smoking Policy is in place.


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