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Echocardiographer

Job Field:
Allied Health Care Professional Jobs
Speciality:
Radiographer/Sonographer Jobs
Doctor & Nurse Grade Type:
Unspecified
Doctor & Nurse Grade:
Unspecified
Country:
England
Region:
Middlesex
Contract Type:
Locum
Currency:
£
Salary:
27 to 33 per hour
Salary Description:
£27 - £33 per hour + Depending on experience
Posted:
13-Mar-19
Recruiter:
Medacs Healthcare
Job Ref:
AH000RRL

Medacs Healthcare are looking to recruit an echocardiographer to undertake highly specialised echocardiographic investigations including adult and child transthoracic, 3D and contrast (for left ventricular opacification) echocardiograms, dobutamine and treadmill stress echocardiograms and assist with transoesphageal echocardiograms utilising a range of advanced techniques, including pulsed and continuous wave Doppler, colour flow mapping and tissue Doppler imaging.

What we can offer you....

* Medacs have the mastervend with this specific trust, and as such our candidate receive priority for roles within the departments.

* A recruitment consultant, compliance officer and payroll administrator dedicated to making sure you are looked after supported and have regular communications throughout the entire role.

* Confirmed booking durations with Rates and Rotas agreed in advance of booking.

* Weekly payroll.

* Access to all available bookings and can balance your availability to match roles that meet your needs.

* Opportunities to Permanent Recruitment Roles new to market.

* Suitable Clinical supervision and Appraisal management.

If you are committed to delivering excellent service and would like to work for an organisation that values its staff, patients and consultants, we would like to hear from you, For further information please telephone 01785 256605, or for an immediate review of your application and CV please send it directly to joanna.stockle@medacs.com

Closing Date:
21/03/2019

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