Diagnostic Radiographer Band 5 - Denmark Hill

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King’s College Hospital

Radiographer Band 5- Diagnostic Radiographer   

Job Summary:

The post holder will be a qualified Diagnostic Radiographer with active Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) registration. Patient centred care will be at the forefront of the post holder’s clinical and professional practice and they will demonstrate clinical skills that provide the highest standards possible.

They will exercise adherence to patient confidentiality legislation and maintain information governance standards at all times. They will be proficient in the use of the departments Radiology Information System (CRIS) and Picture Archiving Communications System (PACS) associated with each patient episode.

The post holder will be able to work autonomously and demonstrate the ability to prioritise their work in line with clinical need. The will be accountable for their own professional actions, operate within their scope of practice and will consult senior staff as and when necessary. 

They will be responsible for the supervision and teaching of students, assistant practitioners, junior staff and colleagues as appropriate.

 

Hours: 37.5 Per week

Working for King’s Bank will provide you with an array of benefits;

  • First opportunity for work placements before agency staff
  • Opportunities to work across all trust hospitals gaining invaluable experience
  • A dedicated booking consultant available to assist with any queries and advise on suitable assignments, tailored to you
  • Weekly payroll

Please apply now and a member of our recruitment team will contact you shortly

 

 

 

Bank Partners is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.

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