Hinchingbrooke Health Care NHS Trust is no ordinary NHS hospital. We look different, feel different, and act different.
Whether you want to be a Nurse, Consultant, or part of the vital network of professionals who support the infrastructure and environment needed to provide the best patient care, when you join Hinchingbrooke you’re part of a family. That’s the beauty of a hospital like ours – we’re big enough to strive to be the best, small enough to care, and dedicated to your continued development and support.
Do you want to be part of something good?
We are looking for a highly motivated, enthusiastic colleague who will be expected to have a special interest in a sub-speciality and be willing to lead and develop the service to improve clinical care in conjunction with appropriate clinical staff. There is some flexibility in the choice of special interest but either of the following would be desirable: interventional or musculoskeletal.
Hinchingbrooke Health Care NHS Trust is no ordinary NHS hospital. We look different, feel different, and act different. It has a reputation for dynamism, integration of clinicians in management, and high quality patient care (rated ‘Good’ by the CQC for safety, caring, effectiveness, responsive and well-led; August 2016).
We are looking for individuals who demonstrate that they have the same values as ours, who put patients at the centre of what we do, who are keen to join us in working through new developments, adventures and challenges and be part of a team which embraces new ideas and innovative ways of working ensuring that the patient experience is the very best that it can be.
The successful candidate will be required to provide a wide range of general radiological duties with proven ability in: CT, Ultrasound and general MR, ability to drain collections, eg pleural effusions and abdominal abscesses under ultrasound or CT guidance.Ability to perform biopsies under ultrasound and CT guidance. Some experience in Nuclear Medicine techniques would be desirable but not essential.The appointed candidate will also be expected to have experience of working in a multidisciplinary setting.
The department is well-equipped with two CT scanners - new GE 660 CT Optima 660 and a GE Lightspeed 16 slice and a Siemens 15T MRI due to be replaced later in 2016 The department also provides ultrasound and nuclear medicine services as well as interventional procedures under ultrasound or CT guidance.
This is a full-time post of 10 PAs but consideration will be given to candidates who wish to work part-time.
Applicants should have or be within six months of obtaining CCT. Candidates must have good communication skills.
Informal visits to the department are encouraged. Please contact:
Rebecca Vosper, Clinical Director, ( Email address removed ), Mr Filippo DiFranco – Associate Medical Director, ( Email address removed ), Dr Catherine Hubbard – Responsible officer and Consultant Radiologist, ( Email address removed ) or Dr Melanie Clements – Medical Director, ( Email address removed )
We reserve the right to close our adverts earlier than the closing date should we feel we have received sufficient applications
Appointment to any position is conditional on the satisfactory completion of the core NHS Employment Checks Standards. Information disclosed in your application will be checked and any offer of appointment may be withdrawn if you knowingly withhold or provide false or misleading information.
In submitting an application form, you authorise Hinchinfbrooke Healthcare NHS Trust to confirm any previous NHS service details via the Inter Authority Transfer (IAT) process should you be appointed to the post.
We offer a real commitment to your career in an environment where your ideas and skills are valued, where you are supported in developing to your full potential and where your individual contribution is respected, recognised and rewarded.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.
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