Band 6 Full Time
Following recent extensive investment, we have an opportunity for a flexible, enthusiastic, motivated radiographer to join our friendly dedicated team of radiographers at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Birmingham. This is an excellent opportunity for you to further your clinical experience in orthopaedics. The Trust is renowned as one of the best providers of specialist orthopaedic services in the country and is an internationally recognised centre of excellence for the diagnosis and treatment of bone and soft tissue cancers.
A proven track record of in radiography with a willingness to work flexibly to support service needs. Participation in the out of hour’s on-call rota is required.
The X-ray department has recently installed a new Siemens CT scanner, Siemens DR room, Siemens DR fluoroscopy room and is in the process of installing 2 Philips DR rooms. This high level of investment by the Trust ensures the best imaging facilities for our patients.
If you are a team player with excellent communication skills, have the ability to work on your own initiative and have a keen interest in Orthopaedics and Oncology, we would welcome your interest.
Minimum requirements are BSc or DCR(R) in Diagnostic Radiography.
PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLY
For further information and/or to arrange a visit please contact Karen Jones, X-ray Superintendent Radiographer, or Sandra Milward, Head of Imaging, on ext 55486 or 55133.
Please note that we reserve the right to close this vacancy early if sufficient applications are received prior to the advertised closing date. Candidates should assume that if they have not been contacted by the Human Resources Department within 4 weeks of the advertised closing date that they have not been shortlisted for interview.
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