Our luxurious Client is looking for a Radiographer to join their team in one of their Hospitals in Guildford.
They are looking for a full time Radiographer to join their team at a private Guildford Hospital. They provide high quality private healthcare for the Cambridge area. Their mission is to deliver exceptional experiences for the patients treated in their Hospitals and to do that they need exceptional people. They are looking for a dedicated & enthusiastic Radiographer to join them in providing patient focused care.
Our Client is Britain's largest healthcare charity. They are balancing their social values with strong business discipline to help the UK get healthy and stay that way. They're all about great people - recruiting and nurturing talent in a supportive, multidisciplinary setting where teamwork means everything.
They offer the latest in terms of technology, treatment and care that includes orthopaedics, post-operative care joint replacement, plastic surgery, gynaecology, neurosurgery, ENT, urology and ophthalmic. They also have 2 fully digital theatres with a general x-ray room, 2 Image Intensifiers & ultra sound suite.
At their site the range and complexity of their imaging department is extensive & it is here that they undertake the majority of their diagnostic procedures which include MRI, Fluoroscopy , Mammography, Ultra sound, general x-ray, OPG & mobile CT scanner.
As a Radiographer you will be an integral part of a team providing excellent patient care. You will have enthusiasm and commitment to providing the highest level of care for patients and deliver a high quality diagnostic imaging service through undertaking a wide range of radiographic examinations. You will work closely with a wide range of other healthcare professionals to support and assist in the management and organisation of care provision.
Your key accountabilities will be to
- Perform radiological procedures within the department, on the ward and in theatre, as required, in accordance with department protocols and Ionising Radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations (IRMER)
- Provide the clinical lead either within a specialist field or as a team leader
- Review policies, procedures and protocols, and make recommendations regarding their content and application within area of responsibility
- Provide supervision and development of more junior staff
Radiography qualifications, skills and values
You'll have a BSc degree in diagnostic radiography or equivalent to meet the registration requirements of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), and a postgraduate qualification in an area of specialisation. Radiation Protection Supervisor training and/or qualification are desirable, and post registration experience relevant to the role is preferred.
Like us, you believe in putting people first. So you'll appreciate being able to fully understand each case from a technical and personal viewpoint. You'll enjoy the satisfaction of providing a service of the highest quality, delivered with sensitivity and compassion.
Your interpersonal skills will extend to other professionals as well as patients. You'll be an excellent communicator and team worker - flexible and motivated with great problem-solving skills. And because you understand the importance of continuity in patient care you'll interact with many different practitioners from other areas.
Salary: £29.000 - 32.000 per year DOE + Benefits
Our aim is to respond to your application within 48 hours. However, due to high volumes of candidates applying for positions, please assume that if we have not contacted you within 7 days you have been unsuccessful for this role. We will keep your details and contact you should a more suitable position become available.
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