Job-type: Locum – Bank – Flexible hours/full time also available
Salary: £38,890 – £50,000
Who are we?
At Prostandard UK, we are committed to the to our clientele – connecting healthcare organisations with competent professionals and opening new doors for our candidates. We are currently providing opportunities for locum, temporary and permanent positions in NHS Trusts, PCTs, local authorities, GP surgeries and the private sector.
About the Role
Our client is one of Britain’s leading providers in healthcare, with a nationwide network of hospitals & clinics, performing more complex surgeries in the country. They currently have opportunities to recruit many Mammographers to join their team of staff in the imaging department at different regions
This is a Locum, Bank, Full time role for 37.5 hours a week. Part time hours are also available. The role holder will be required to cover a flexible shift pattern.
We ensure that all of our candidates are paid at a competitive rate and offer training opportunities for those who want to build on other work-based skills. Registering with us could not be easier and once you are registered you will have exclusive access to our network of opportunities for up to 3 years, along with a dedicated consultant that will forward you opportunities suitable to your employment profile. If you are interested in this particular role or in finding out how we can help you to exceed your career expectations, contact us now on 07915904055, or email us at email@example.com.
Duties of this role include:
- To actively participate in the efficient and safe operation of the Imaging Department, providing a consistent, high quality service to all patients and visitors
- To carry out general and specialized radio-graphic procedures within their scope of competence as agreed with the Clinical Services Manager or Imaging/Clinical Lead, to high technical and quality standards, assessing patients & interpreting clinical requirements to determine appropriate radio-graphic techniques
- Undertake imaging examinations in line with department operational procedures and policies, using techniques that produce the lowest radiation dose to the patient and staff whilst producing high quality, diagnostic images
- Practice good radiation, protection and safety and observe Local Rules and Systems of Work
- Degree or Diploma in Diagnostic Radiography
- Current mammography certificate Healthcare Professionals Council (HCPC) registration
- A general radiographic background / training
- IT systems familiarity – Knowledge of the healthcare service sector and the systems and processes used
- Aware of College of Radiographers and HCPC Code of Conduct / Accountability
- Knowledge of Radiation Regulations
- Maths, English GCSE at grades A to C or equivalent functional skills level 2 evidence.
Perks / Benefits:
- Work within your schedule and commuting preferences only
- Get access to both Temporary and Permanent posts
- Support for our team who will be seeking suitable opportunities on your behalf