Specialist Paediatric Radiographer
The Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow is currently inviting applications for four Specialist Paediatric Radiographer posts. This is an exciting opportunity for hardworking individuals to join our highly skilled team in the new state-of-the-art Children's Hospital in South Glasgow. The Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow, opened on 3rd July 2015, and is one of the largest paediatric teaching hospitals in the UK and the largest in Scotland. It provides secondary care for more than 900,000 people resident within the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area, but also tertiary care for the 3 million people living across the West of Scotland. The imaging equipment profile for these services include, a high specification Cardiac CT scanner, Bi plane Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory, Interventional Radiology suite, two 15T MRI scanners and a SPECT CT Gamma Camera. The Radiology department strives to provide excellent patient focussed care while providing an innovative learning environment which will allow the successful candidates to develop exceptional skills and knowledge in a wide range of specialist paediatric examinations. Full training will be provided for the successful applicants. If successful in your application, you will be required to participate in 7 day working in all areas of the rotation. It is essential you have a BSc (Hons) or equivalent in Diagnostic Radiography / Imaging Sciences with current registration with the HCPC. This post requires PVG Scheme Membership/Disclosure Scotland Check. PLEASE READ AND SAVE THE CANDIDATE APPLICATION PACK BEFORE SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION. Interviews for this post will take place on Monday 5th December 2016. To informally discuss applications and to arrange a visit please contact Mary Pirie, Site Superintendent Radiographer on ( Phone number removed ) .