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Radiographer required in Dublin - Radiography Jobs

Job Field:
Allied Health Care Professional Jobs
Speciality:
Radiographer/Sonographer Jobs
Doctor & Nurse Grade Type:
Unspecified
Doctor & Nurse Grade:
Unspecified
Country:
Ireland
Region:
Dublin
Contract Type:
Locum
Currency:
EUR
Salary Description:
Market related
Posted:
26-Apr-18
Recruiter:
AGC Healthcare
Job Ref:
DublinRad

General Radiographer is required for a number of current vacancies in the Dublin area.

Duties include:
- Being responsible for ensuring high standards of diagnostic imaging.
- Maintaining an up to date knowledge of technical, safety and where appropriate clinical developments in Radiography and promote awareness of new developments.
- Adhere to all departmental imaging protocols; be responsible for the correct identification of patient images.
- To provide a quality service for all our patients by ensuring that every patient is treated as an individual with courtesy, kindness, efficiency, efficacy and confidentiality.
- Adhere to professional guidelines as determined by the Irish Institute of Radiographers and Radiation Therapists.
- Monitor and adhere to relevant legislation, regulations and standards relevant to the use of ionising radiation
- Ensure that appropriate radiation protection is used and that the radiation dose is kept to a minimum consistent with the ALARA principle
- To be familiar with S.I.189 of 1988, S.I 43 of 1991 and S.I 125 of 2000. Council directive 96/29 Euratom Basic safety standards for the protection of health workers and the general public against the dangers arising from Ionising Radiation and Council directive 97/43 Euratom on the health protection of individuals against the dangers of ionising radiation in relation to medical exposure.
- To behave professionally within the standard and framework provided by the Irish Institute of Radiography (www.iirrt.ie)
- To maintain active registration with the Irish Institute of Radiography
- Demonstrate flexibility in response to service needs
- Attend & participate in team days and the development of radiography group sessions
- To maintain good working relationships with colleagues and with non-radiographic staff, both in the Radiology Department and elsewhere in the Clinics.
- To proactively advise management where there are any clinical concerns on a day to day basis and work with management to agree and implement a resolution
- To adhere to the Clinical Policies ensuring safe effective communication between radiographers & radiologists and radiographers & local clinical teams.
- To be aware of own limitations in terms of expertise and experience and ask for assistance or advice from more senior staff as needed.
- Understand and be responsible for local patient billing rules as required.
- Understand and comply with all policies and procedures.
- To report any equipment problems that occur on any given day in a timely manner.
- To maintain an adequate inventory of supplies to allow for an efficiently run x-ray service. To order supplies ongoing basis and ensure that stocks do not run out.
- Partake in routine clinical audits as required.
- To assist in the training and support of new staff
- To supervise students and adhere to the requirements of the student training policy

Position Requirements:
- Degree in Diagnostic Radiography
- Be a registered member of CORU (or evidence of being in the process of becoming registered)
- Qualification Validated by the Irish Institute of Radiography and Radiation Therapy
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- Dynamic and highly motivated with the highest standards of clinical practice
- An ability to work independently
- Compliance with organisational policies, procedures and protocols, including Quality Assurance and Key Performance Indicators.

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Closing Date:
27/05/2018

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