We are seeking a dedicated and motivated Hospital Lead Radiographer to join the team at our client's acute hospital site, located in Central London (Travelcard Zone 1/2). This is a full time positions working on a rota/shift basis including weekends.
Our client is a leading UK provider of independent healthcare with a national network of hospitals. Working with many of the Capital's most experienced Consultants and other healthcare specialists, this centre of excellence delivers a very high standard of Diagnostic Imaging supported by state-of-the-art facilities.
Hold a BSc in Radiography or equivalent with full HCPC registration.
To have a minimum of four years' post-registration experience in general Hospital Radiography, of which one year must be UK-based.
A confident, effective leader, with strong people management skills.
Besides a highly professional work environment and competitive salary, the additional benefits of working for this company include:
- Private medical cover, including dental
- Critical illness cover
- Life assurance cover
- Gym membership, for you and your partner
- Childcare vouchers
- 2 for1 meals or 50% off food costs at over 2,500 participating restaurants.
- Lifestyle screening
- Flexible Annual Leave; allowing you to ‘buy’ up to two days or ‘sell’ up to 5 days annual leave each year
- Interest-free season ticket loans & ‘cycle to work’ ‘scheme; helping you commute and keep fit for less
Medic International-Allied Health is a leading healthcare recruitment partner with particular expertise in the placement of the full range of qualified Radiography Staff. As a nurse-led consultancy, our detailed understanding of the complexity of the Lead Radiographer role places us in an excellent position to match your skills with the specific requirements of our Clinical Recruiting Managers.
We are also able to provide reasonably priced professional local staff accommodation for applicants who may be considering relocation for any of our positions.
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