Vacancy: Bank – Senior Radiographer
Job Reference: 1544
Location: KIMS Hospital, Maidstone
Closing Date: Friday 24th April 2020.
KIMS Hospital reserves the right to remove job adverts before the closing date.
Interview Date(s): TBC
Our state of the art imaging centre is a GE flagship site offering a comprehensive diagnostic imaging service within the hospital including MRI, CT, X-ray, Mammography, Nuclear medicine and Cardiac Cath lab/Interventional Suite. Working flexibly within the largest independent hospital in Kent with access to the most up to date technology, this is not an opportunity to be missed!
The Imaging Department currently operates between 08:00 and 20:00 Monday to Saturday and we are looking for as much flexibility to accommodate these hours as possible. Our Bank workers are offered work on an ad hoc basis during busy periods, times of annual leave or other absence or where there is an increased demand for a skill set.
Role Responsibilities include:
- Performing general radiographic duties such as general x-ray, mobile and theatre examinations
- Performing a full range of CT scans including CT Coronary Angiography and CT Virtual Colonograhpy.
- Complying with the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act, COSHH, IRMER & IRR99, MHRA and all other such relevant regulations and guidelines as appropriate to the delivery of independent sector imaging services.
- Acting as an operator under the IRMER Radiation Regulations and assess the clinical justifications of referrals to ensure that the benefit to the patient outweighs the radiation risk
- Actively encouraging collaborative working relationships with the administration teams to ensure radiology reports are processed quickly and efficiently.
- Have a Diploma from the College of Radiographers or BSc (Hons) Radiography
- Excellent knowledge of X-Ray.
- Be an expert in building relationships with an intuitive and persuasive style that enables you to easily engage and build relationships with consultants, patients and the wider radiological faculty.
If you do not receive a reply within 1 working week from the closing date, please assume you have not been shortlisted on this occasion.
Previous applicants need not apply.
If you have any queries regarding this vacancy, Hannah would be happy to help. Please give her a call on 01622 237794 or email Hannah.firstname.lastname@example.org.
At KIMS Hospital we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive working environment. We strive to create a workforce that reflects the communities we serve and are proud to be an equal opportunities employer.
Any offers of employment made by KIMS Hospital for this/these position(s) will be subject to proof of eligibility to work in the UK and receipt of a satisfactory DBS Certificate from the Disclosure & Barring Service. Information about the DBS checks can be found at https://www.gov.uk/disclosure-barring-service-check
Posted 30th April 2020
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