Current Vacancies

EchoNorth Diagnostic Ultrasound

Location: Whangarei, Northland, New Zealand

Job Description: General Sonographer – Full time or Part time

Salary: Dependant on experience and skills

Have you considered emigrating to New Zealand?

EchoNorth Diagnostic Ultrasound is a busy private, locally-owned, non-corporate ultrasound practice in Whangarei, Northland. Join our team in a dynamic and stimulating work environment using high quality equipment.

Position Requirements:

  • Relevant Postgraduate ultrasound qualification recognised by the NZ Medical Radiation Technologists Board (NZMRTB).
  • Experience in General Ultrasound, Vascular, Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
  • Experience in MSK is advantageous.

We offer:

  • A wide variety of interesting and challenging work, using the latest state-of-the art technology
  • A supportive, inclusive and experienced team which is highly regarded within the industry.
  • Realistic and sociable hours, Monday-Friday, with no on call.
  • A competitive remuneration package that reflects experience and skills.
  • The opportunity to explore and enjoy the fantastic Northland surroundings and develop the perfect work-life balance. Visit https://whangareinz.com/livework/living-in-whangarei

Three staff members are from the UK and are happy to answer any of your questions about the immigration process.

If you are a conscientious and hard-working sonographer with an eye for detail, keen for an adventure in moving to NZ and would like to work for an organisation that is committed to delivering first class service to patients and referring clinicians, email your CV to angela@echonorth.co.nz.

Closing date 31st March 2021


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 information, please email Emma Tucker or click here


 

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