- NETWORK SERVICES
- Band 5
- Full time 37.5 hours per week
- King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Kings college hospital
- £26,554 - £34,495 per annum Inc HCA
- 28/05/2018 08:00
Directorate Of Network Services Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London ,SE5 9RS Department of Neurophysiology (EEG/EMG/EP) Clinical Physiologist Band 5 – Full Time An opportunity has become available to recruit a fully qualified and experienced Clinical Physiologist who is keen, responsible and able to work in a busy department undertaking all the modalities of testing which will include EEG ,Nerve Conduction studies; all modalities of Evoked Potentials. The Clinical Neurophysiology Department provides a responsive service of Neurophysiological testing for adults and children of all ages as out-patients, as well as an active in-patient service which includes referrals from the adult, liver, paediatrics, neonatal, trauma and Neuro-intensive care units. This would include working off-site at the various associated hospitals and institutions. We also operate a Satellite unit in Kent providing elective neurography studies. You will be required to rotate your duties in to working at the satellite unit on a frequent basis. We have developed a new service undertaking EEG recording in the patient’s Home and there will be opportunity to develop working with the “Home Team”. There is an opportunity for in house training to learn and develop skills in the specialised diagnostic examinations e.g ERG, AFT, Paediatrics and neonate EEGs, ITU EEG & SSEP’s etc You should demonstrate good verbal/written and oral communication skills, with competency and fluency of the English language. Overseas applicants must posses IELTS at level 7 or will be expected to reach this level of fluency. The candidate must possess either an HNC/NVQ in Physiological Measurement, BSc in Clinical Physiology or other relevant degree (which includes a Neuroscience topic). Experience of working with a wide range of patients including children and people with learning disabilities or psychiatric disorder would be desirable. Computer literacy would be an advantage. For formal enquiries and an application form, please contact: Mrs Devyani Amin, Lead Tech in Neurophysiology on 07973456510, or email Devi.email@example.com
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