Develop your career with HCA Healthcare UK – World’s largest private acute and complex care hospital group and winners of 'The Best Private Healthcare provider 2016' and 'Best International Cancer Services' provider 2016.
Part of the award winning group, LOC Leaders in Oncology Care is a specialist cancer outpatient clinic with an international reputation as a centre of excellence. Protecting and maintaining this level of clinical excellence is therefore central to everything LOC does. We have 28 treatment chairs in our treatment suites on Harley Street and 10 treatment chairs in LOC based at the Platinum Medical Centre (part of the Wellington Hospital). We strive to provide patients with the highest standard of cancer care possible and every single person who works at LOC understands they play an equally valuable role in helping the patient.
The LOC is currently expanding its footprint within Chelsea with the introduction of the LOC at Sydney Street - a state of the art outpatient diagnostic, and cancer treatment centre.
To deliver a high quality of diagnostic imaging to all service users, ensuring clinical safety and facilitating a high standard of patient care.
Hours per week - 37.5
Salary - £36,937 - £44,271
Benefits: Mentorship programme training, strong team environment, hands on management, structured career development, funded courses, health and well-being support system, learning opportunities with the latest cutting edge technology and medical innovation. Private pension, private medical care cover, guaranteed annual salary review and much more that you can expect from a world class private healthcare organisation
- Skilfully provide accurate diagnostic imaging services. Perform Radiological/ Nuclear Medicine procedures in accordance to IRMER and ARSAC guidance.
- Achieve and maintain high standards of practice within all areas of the department.
- Comply with HCA UK’s hospitals policies and procedure, ensuring patient safety- particularly relating to Radiation Protection for both adult and paediatric patients.
- Assist the Superintendent to facilitate the day to day management of the staff, their clinical effectiveness and professional development in line with department policies.
- To deputise for the Superintendent/ Imaging Manager.
- Deliver high quality customer service/care
- Work within a multi-disciplinary team to maximise clinical efficiency.
- Be able to work flexibly with a team approach.
- To rotate between departments/modalities as required.
- To maintain accurate examination records and archived images.
- To assist with patient bookings and administrative duties where necessary.
- Support departmental audits in accordance with clinical governance policies.
- Assist in staff orientation and training.
- To report all equipment faults.
- Assist with stock control.
- Ensure all examination/procedural charges are accurately captured.
- Shift duty maybe required
- Bachelor Degree (or equivalent) in Radiography–
- HCPC registered
- Extensive post qualification experience, competent in CT is preferable.
- Competent in Nuclear Medicine and/ or PET/CT is preferable.
- Supervisory experience preferable.
- Knowledge of relevant hospital policies and procedures.