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MRI Radiographer - Banbury

Job Field:
Allied Health Care Professional Jobs
Speciality:
Radiographer/Sonographer Jobs
Doctor & Nurse Grade Type:
Unspecified
Doctor & Nurse Grade:
Unspecified
Country:
England
Region:
Oxfordshire
Contract Type:
Part Time Permanent, Permanent
Currency:
£
Salary:
32,000 to 38,000 per annum
Posted:
19-Mar-21
Recruiter:
The New Foscote Hospital
Job Ref:

IThe New Foscote Hospital has been successfully established in Banbury for almost 40 years and has provided services and treatments to thousands of people from across the region during this time. We have over 50 consultants, all of whom are leaders in their specialist fields and choose to hold their private practices here, working alongside our friendly, highly qualified and experienced nursing and support teams. With the expansion of the hospital and the purchasing of brand new and state-of-the art MRI Scanner, there is an exciting opportunity for two MRI Radiographers to join our team. The department provides an imaging service including plain x-ray, Fluoroscopy, Ultrasound and MRI. The successful candidates will also have the opportunity to build their clinical knowledge by working closely with fellow clinicians and some of the best regional consultants.

Role Purpose:

At The New Foscote Hospital, the MRI Radiographers will undertake and delegate the organisation of care provision within the Radiology Department. They will provide and ensure that quality planned care of patients is consistent throughout their journey with us. Providing appropriate clinical expertise throughout the department, supporting the Radiology bookings team and assisting the Imaging and Allied Health Services Manager in developing innovative strategies to future proof the hospital.

Working Hours: Full or part-time considered

Core Responsibilities:

• To act with the upmost professionalism and to adhere to the HCPC code of conduct
• Monitor and assist in the delivery of patient care
• Respect the patient’s dignity, privacy, wishes and beliefs
• A ‘hands on’ role within the Radiology Department
• Make sound considered judgements and informed decisions on the imaging required and then provide highly skilled and specialised imaging for patients
• Encourage, develop and enhance the skills and knowledge of others and self
• Promote best evidence-based practice
• Apply and ensure others comply with legislation, policies and procedures

Main Duties and Key Accountabilities:

• To efficiently complete all documentation and checks
• Be a role model and mentor to staff on all departmental and hospital-wide matters
• Ensure the working environment is as safe as possible and complies with company, professional, legal requirements and guidelines
• Adhere to Infection Prevention Control policies and procedures
• To assist and support the Imaging and Allied Health Services Manager with any additional departmental work
• To accurately maintain QA within MRI, and support the maintenance of QA in the other areas in the department
• Ensure they are compliant with CPD
• Provide administrational and organisational support to the Imaging and Allied Health Services Manager

Knowledge / Skills / Qualifications:

Qualifications & Technical Skills

• Registered Practitioner with HCPC
• Degree / Diploma of College of Radiographers

Knowledge & Experience
• Previous experience within a similar role

Skills & Behaviours
• Ability to demonstrate high standards of verbal and written communication
• Administrative skills
• Ability to present information clearly and concisely
• Interpersonal skills
• Tact and diplomacy
• Time management & organisational skills
• Ability to be flexible and respond to urgent matters
• Adaptability to change and willingness to embrace new ideas and processes
• Ability to follow instructions and work to tight time constraints
• Reliability and dependability

Interested candidates should click on Apply Now which will direct you to The New Foscote Hospital website to complete your application online.

For further information and to view the full role profile visit the hospital website: https://thefoscotehospital.co.uk/vacancies/

Closing Date:
17/04/2021

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