Current Vacancies

Advanced Practice Sonographer (Band 8a) or Trainee Advanced Practice Sonographer

Job Summary: 

Plymouth Hospitals is the largest hospital trust in the South West Peninsula and is a teaching trust in partnership with Plymouth Medical School.

The Ultrasound department comprises of 16 Sonographers, including the Superintendent Sonographer, Consultant Sonographer, Consultant Practitioner in Musculoskeletal (MSK), who work closely with Consultant Radiologists with special interests in Ultrasound. Sonographers in our unit must be competent in abdominal, gynaecological, testicular, DVT ultrasound. Some Sonographers also perform fine needle aspirations, MSK joint injections and ultrasound contrast studies.

This vacancy is for an Advanced Practice Sonographer who must already possess significant demonstrable experience in non-obstetric ultrasound, be highly skilled in clinical practice exceeding the general remit of our Sonographers, and possess a 

Masters’ qualification. The Advanced Practice Sonographer must fulfil the Multi Professional Framework for Advanced Clinical Practice in England, with evidence for advanced clinical practice, education, research, leadership and management.

The candidate may be appointed as a Trainee Advanced Practice Sonographer (band 7) initially, if not all components of the framework are fulfilled at time of appointment. The candidate will then progress to band 8a once all components are fulfilled. This is expected within 2 years following appointment.

Salary Details: AfC - Band 8a £44,606 to £50,819 or Band 7 £37,570 to £43,772

Job web link to vacancy: click here

Closing date 30th April 2020


Ultrasound Teacher

Job Summary: We are a medical training company and we provide training on PoCUS skills, mostly to beginners and those in the early stages of ultrasound use.  

We run one and two day courses on weekdays throughout the year.  We are looking for sonographers and radiologists to teach with us.  Typically, this involves observing learners and giving feedback on gaining good images and using the ultrasound machine.  We teach using a wide range of portable ultrasound equipment.  Lectures are given by existing faculty.  We encourage informal visits to see a course day in action.

Faculty are paid £200.00 a day the first time that they teach, £250.00 a day the second time & £325.00 a day thereafter. 

To find out more plese email: mary.lindsay@bromleyemergency.com with a contact name and telephone number. 

Closing date: April 30th 2020


Mammographer's

Job Summary: 

We’re looking for exceptional experienced and recently graduated mammographers who:

  • care about making a difference to the patient experience
  • thrive on working realistic, sociable hours
  • enjoy being part of a dynamic, inclusive team delivering world-class radiology services.

Pacific Radiology is New Zealand’s leading radiology provider. Our resounding commitment to our purpose – world-class radiology delivered locally – means we continue to invest in our people, leading-edge clinical technology, research and community initiatives.

Working for the best private radiology company certainly has its benefits. With permanent full-time and part-time roles available throughout our fantastic New Zealand locations, you’ll be able to enjoy the perfect career and lifestyle balance that you choose to create.     

We look forward to offering you the following:

  • Flexible day-time hours, Monday-Friday, between 8am-5pm. 
  • A generous, competitive remuneration package including health insurance, five weeks annual leave, five days domestic leave and 10 days sick leave
  • A variety of interesting, challenging work, using the latest state-of-the art technology   
  • Outstanding opportunities to work alongside exceptional world-leading practitioners
  • Excellent professional development and career opportunities
  • If you have a post-graduate qualification in mammography and want to join us in delivering world-class radiology services in your local community, please visit: https://pacificradiologygroup.teamtailor.com/jobs/779803-mammographers

Salary: To be discussed

Closing Date: 30th April 2020

Job Weblink for vacancy: Click here https://pacificradiologygroup.teamtailor.com/jobs/779803-mammographers


Sonographers

Job Summary: 

We’re looking for exceptional experienced and recently graduated sonographers who:

  • care about making a difference to the patient and referrer experience
  • thrive on working realistic and sociable hours
  • value working with leading-edge ultrasound technology.

Pacific Radiology is New Zealand’s leading radiology provider. Our resounding commitment to our purpose – world-class radiology delivered locally – means we continue to invest in our people, leading-edge clinical technology, and research and community initiatives.

Working for the best private radiology company certainly has its benefits. With permanent full-time and part-time roles available throughout our fantastic New Zealand locations, you’ll be able to enjoy the perfect career and lifestyle balance that you choose to create.   

With your talent and passionate commitment, we look forward to offering you the following:

  • Flexible day-time hours, Monday – Friday, between 8am-5pm
  • A generous, competitive remuneration package including health insurance, five weeks annual leave, five days domestic leave and 10 days sick leave
  • A variety of interesting, challenging work, using the latest state-of-the-art technology   
  • Outstanding opportunities to work alongside exceptional world-leading practitioners
  • Excellent professional development and career opportunities
  • If you have a professionally recognised Ultrasound qualification and want to join us in delivering world-class radiology services in your local community, please visit https://pacificradiologygroup.teamtailor.com/jobs/779796-sonographers  

Salary: To be discussed

Job Weblink for vacancy: Click here https://pacificradiologygroup.teamtailor.com/jobs/779796-sonographers


Obstetric Sonographer Vacancies ( Private Clinic Network)

Job Summary: 

A number of positions are available countrywide for experienced obstetric sonographers, ideally with a radiography background. A growing nationwide network of private clinics offer permanent full and part-time contracts along with temporary 'locum' style hours to suit all requirements.

Our sonographers benefit from structured yet flexible working patterns, extremely competitive rates of pay, access to state of the art CPD and private medical malpractice insurance.  Work patterns are designed to suit a wide range of individual circumstances including part-time hours, career moves and casual additional employment.

As a confident communicator, you will work well as part of a team and will enjoy making the scan experience special for our customers and their families.   You will be supported at all times by an assistant who will ensure that your role can be focused on what you do best, scanning.

Our roles include early scanning from 6 weeks gestation, highly accurate gendering at 16 weeks and 4D imaging. Experience in scanning across all three trimesters together with regularly performing anomaly scans to FASP guidelines is critical.  Existing 4D rendering experience would be an advantage but not essential. 

All our diagnostic clinics are CQC registered and have clear policies and procedures together with pathways to the NHS ensuring our customers, sonographers and other team members are supported, at all times.

We offer industry competitive rates of pay for full-time and part-time healthcare professionals.

For more information, or to register your interest for the future, contact Colette via email at worthing@windowtothewomb.co.uk attaching your CV.

Closing Date: 31st May 2020


BMUS Sounding Board

Purpose

This Board has been set up to encourage wider engagement with BMUS members and to create a forum to ensure BMUS is seeking and considering the views of all members. The group will support the work of BMUS and its associated Special Interest Groups and Committees.

Role

The board will be asked to engage in a number of activities including (but not limited to)

  • Be an advocate of BMUS
  • Website review project
  • Social media interaction – each member should engage regularly in their preferred social media (twitter, facebook or linkedin). By engagement we mean, liking, sharing and commenting where appropriate.
  • Contribute to BMUS information sharing features such as Top Tips articles, Case of the Month.
  • Respond to BMUS surveys and polls when they take place
  • Consultation group : the various committees may ask for advice and opinion as to potential future projects /ideas for BMUS

For more informaiton, please email Emma Tucker or click here
 

We advertise vacancies at a competitive rate of £100 +VAT. If you would like to advertise, please contact Emma Tucker

Other vacancies are available on the RAD magazine website  

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