- Band 7
- Full time 37.5 hours per week
- King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Princess Royal University Hospital
- £36,224 - £46,315 per annum Inc HCA
- Today at 23:59
This is an exciting opportunity for a suitably skilled radiographer to specialise in cross sectional imaging at this busy site.
Our 1.5T GE MR 450 MRI scanner performs a wide range of examinations including Neuro, General, MSK, Gastro, Hepatobiliary, Gynae, Oncology, Paediatric, ENT, Breast, Angio and Urology studies. There is a shift system in operation as the scanner operates 13 hours per day, and planning is underway for a second MRI scanner.
We operate 2 GE Optima CT scanners in a busy, radiographer led, department performing a wide range of examinations. These include Neuro, General, MSK, Hepatobiliary, Gynae, Oncology, Paediatric, ENT, Angiography and Urology studies. We also provide a service to our busy A&E department providing a 24hour stroke service and occasional trauma patients in liaison with Kings College Hospital. We also perform CT Colonography, for which we offer training, and are about to start a Cardiac CT service. This role would be to support the CT service, lead in the absence of senior staff and be involved in staff training.
The ideal candidate will have a broad experience of both CT and MRI although consideration will be given to suitable candidates that only possess experience in only one of these modalities should they demonstrate sufficient knowledge in one modality. Training will be offered in the other modality in this instance.
This post will be based at the PRUH site that is part of Kings Hospital NHS Trust.
There will be a requirement to work some weekend day shifts.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Chris Gosling (MRI superintendent) on email@example.com or Phil Sparrow (CT superintendent) on 016898 63661 email firstname.lastname@example.org