Radiography department assistant
An exciting opportunity has arisen for enthusiastic, self-motivated and hard working individuals who have experience in the healthcare environment; to join our fast paced cross sectional imaging team within the department of radiology at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust (UHS).
- The cross sectional imaging department carries out CT and MRI scans for a wide variety of patients who can be out-patients or ward- based patients, from all age groups.
- They may be unconscious, uncooperative, incapacitated, disorientated, and have physical and severe learning disabilities.
- They may also be terminally ill, injured, traumatised.
- As a radiographic department assistant you will help to prepare and reassure these patients for examinations and will need to have good communication skills and a caring and calm personality.
- You will also be responsible for ensuring the environment is safe and tidy, and meets a high standard of cleanliness.
- In addition some office duties will be required including basic computer skills where you must have good attention to detail.
You will be required to work a variety of shifts to cover the department opening hours of 08:00-22:00hrs 7 days per week.
- UHS offers fantastic training and development giving you the best possible opportunities to achieve the career you want.
- Development of our staff is central to the delivery of high quality, safe and effective care.
- We can offer opportunities to develop both clinically and professionally within a supportive environment, and our staff survey results reflect our commitment to facilitate your career progression.
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