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Due to the sensitive nature of this post, only female applicants can be considered, this is in line with the defined exceptions in the Equality Act 2010, known as Genuine Occupational Requirements (GOQ).
Two Full-Time posts have become vacant at the North London Breast Screening Service. This is an opportunity to work in one of the largest units in England where you can make a worthwhile contribution in a warm and friendly environment. Applications from part timers and job share applicants will be considered (minimum 05 Whole Time Equivalent)
This very busy service which offers the opportunity to work in both static and mobile screening sites and assessment clinics on a rotational basis. The two static sites are at Edgware Community Hospital and Forest Primary Health Care Centre and the area covered includes Barnet, Brent, Enfield, Haringey, Harrow, and the part of Hertfordshire. This post necessitates travel across this area and therefore the use of a car and a current driving licence is essential. The static and mobile units are completely digital with state of the art equipment including a prone biopsy table,a Dimensions Tomosynthesis Unit , two Mammotome Vacuum biopsy systems and two Atec Vacuum biospy systems.
This friendly unit currently has 3 Assistant Practitioners, 3 Advanced Practitioners, and 2 interventional Radiographers. The unit actively encourages CPD and you will participate in audit which is undertaken routinely.
All applicants must have valid UK HPC (Health Professions Council) registration and hold the postgraduate qualification (M level or equivalent) in Mammography. Post qualification experience in screening mammography and assessment is desirable but not essential.
Please note working hours will be from 8-30am to 5pm with an hour lunch.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Kathy Murphy, Acting Superintendent Radiographer on ( Phone number removed ) .
Rathini Sritharan, Acting Deputy Superintendent Radiographer on ( Phone number removed )
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