Overview

We are looking to recruit highly skilled band 7 MRI radiographers who can offer flexibility and commitment to our services. This will be on a fulltime, ongoing, locum contract spread across 37.5hours a 5-day week.

We are very flexible and will happily consider any applicants who can complete 34.5 hours a week across 3 long days (11.5hour shifts).

We have a range of scanners and are looking for radiographers who are competent users of the latest GE, Siemens and Philips machines.

Rates:

Weekdays: £30.00ph

Saturdays/Nights(8pm-6am): £30.00ph

Sundays/Bank Holidays: £48.o0

Role Entail:

  • Undertaking general radiographic duties
  • Work flexibly including, early mornings, nights, weekends and bank holidays
  • To work flexibly in order to cover annual leave and sickness absence, working additional sessions if required.
  • To be familiar with the principles of clinical governance and to strive to maintain and improve the quality of patient care, showing courtesy and consideration at all times.
  • To ensure that all staff in the area has an understanding of the Radiology Information System (RIS) and the Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS) to ensure that patient information is stored and retrieved accurately.
  • To be familiar with Health and Safety policies and to ensure a clean, tidy and safe working environment.
  • To be familiar with and comply with all appropriate Trust and Radiology Directorate Policies, Procedures and Practices.
  • To ensure all equipment is used safely and in accordance with operating instructions
  • To promptly report any equipment failures to the Department Superintendent

All applicants must meet the following requirements…

Requirements:

  • Degree in diagnostic radiography
  • Valid HCPC registration
  • 1 years clinical NHS experience practicing radiography
  • Right to work in the UK (sponsorship not provided)

For more information please call 07483440606

Can all applicants send applications to sage.amele@imc-locums.co.uk

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