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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 24/01/2020.

Advanced Practitioner/Reporting Radiographer

Job Reference: 377-PRP29129

Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust
£37,570 - £43,772 per annum

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Here at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHSTrust an exciting opportunity has arisen for a Band 7 Advanced Practitioner/Reporting Radiographer to become a key role within our department here at Radiology. The successful candidate should be qualified in Chest and Abdomen plain film reporting to join our well established team of Advanced Practitioners. Radiographer reporting at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHSTrust supports an immediate 7 day reporting service and scope of practice includes all referral groups. The successful applicant would be expected to contribute to this pattern of work. The post comprises 70% reporting and 30% assisting in image acquisition.

We require someone who has excellent organisational and Interpersonal skills and who can continuously improve themselves and help others to do so within our department. The successful candidate will be able to undertake a variety of roles which include administrative and patient care duties working closely with radiographers in the clinical setting. A reasonable standard of secondary education and basic computer skills are essential.

The successful applicant will have high clinical and reporting standards in MSK and visceral imaging, strong leadership qualities, be actively involved in teaching and education of others and will be aware and accept the challenges of delivering a high quality service during a period of significant change within the NHS. Support in professional and clinical issues is provided by the Consultant Radiographer and fellow Advanced Practitioners. There is a strong team ethos with professionals working closely together to develop effective patient pathways, improve service delivery and optimise patient experience.

Excellent interpersonal and teaching skills are required with the ability to communicate effectively with all members of the multidisciplinary teams. The Advanced Practitioners undertake the delivery of tutorials within the Trust, are proactive in QA issues and take a leading role in the delivery of audits. They are required to provide clinical leadership and support for the radiographic team. There will be a requirement to participate in the out of hour’s service.

We are a 3 site trust and as part of your role you may be required to work across all 3 sites (Pinderfields, Pontefract and Dewsbury). We offer a regular staff shuttle service between all 3 sites for staff convenience and ease.

The Trust has excellent travel links to Leeds, Sheffield, Doncaster and Bradford. We are close to both the M1 and the M62.

For further details of this post or an informal visit please contact Lisa Field Consultant Radiographer Tel: 01924 816060 ext. 36133. Email:

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