Current Vacancies

Research Sonographer - University of Cambridge - Part Time / Fixed Term

Location : Department/Location: Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Reference: Please quote reference RI24065 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.

Salary: £32,816-£40,322 pa

Closing date: 12th October 2020

Job Description:

The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology is seeking a number of Research Sonographers to play an integral role in the Pregnancy Outcome Predictions Study Part 2 (POPS2), an observational cohort study building on the work of the hugely successful POPS. The study is focused on evaluating and developing new diagnostic methods to understand and prevent placentally-related complications in human pregnancy.

We would welcome applications from either Sonographers registered with HCPC or Research Midwives registered with NMC.  It is essential that you hold a Postgraduate Diploma/ Certificate in Medical Ultrasound or equivalent.

You will join a multidisciplinary team participating in research delivery and personally participate in the delivery of a high-quality ultrasound service, carrying out fetal anomaly scans and third trimester growth scans. The University is keen to support your personal and professional development; so this is an excellent opportunity to learn, grow and gain experience in a research environment.

You will independently undertake ultrasound examinations, communicating the results to patients and other staff in accordance with the study protocol. You will also make appropriate clinical decisions about further actions or referrals in accordance with local and National guidelines.

Effectively performing this role requires a high level of professionalism, and for you to act as a source of expertise to other members of the study team.

This appointment requires an Honorary Research Contract. This is an integrated appointment between the University and the relevant NHS Trust/Body ("NHS Trust"). You will therefore also be issued with an Honorary Research Contract by the NHS Trust. You should be aware that if your contract with the NHS Trust is terminated your employment with the University will be terminated, and vice versa.

There are a number of part-time Research Sonographer roles available. Start dates are flexible, pending the study start date and requirements.

We strongly encourage applications for a minimum of 0.2FTE, but we will consider applications for a lower or higher FTE, up to 0.4 FTE. There may also be the opportunity to increase hours in the future. Please indicate your possible working pattern (days and times) in your application.

Sonographers will be appointed on the Agenda for Change salary scales (Band 7) £38,890 - £44,503 per annum pro rata and Midwives will be appointed on the University pay scales £32,816-£40,322 per annum pro rata (Grade 7).

Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 3 years in the first instance.

Please include details of your referees, including email address and phone number, one of which must be your most recent line manager.

The University actively supports equality, diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from all sections of society.

The University has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK.

Job weblink to Vacancy: http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/26929


Obstetric Sonographer

HeyBaby4D

Job Description: 

Hey Baby 4D is a private 4D ultrasound clinic based in Tunbridge Wells, just to the West of Kent. We are currently seeking an experienced Sonographer to work on a full time, permanent basis, starting as soon as possible. You will be working in a beautiful, purpose built, modern baby scanning clinic with brand new ultrasound equipment.

We are looking for an experienced Sonographer who will promote a patient focused approach to care; ensuring all client areas are safe and fit for purpose. You will be required to undertake a range of duties using complex or sensitive information and will act as the customer’s advocate, maintaining their dignity at all times.

Hey Baby Sonographer duties:

  • Conducting a range of non-diagnostic prenatal scans from early pregnancy reassurance and dating scans, to 4D scans and gender scans
  • Producing high quality ultrasound images and videos
  • Keeping accurate records and making high quality referrals to the NHS where necessary
  • Carrying out phlebotomy services for NIPT screening services
  • Working with the management team to ensure a premium client experience
  • Working with senior management to develop new diagnostic services
  • Ensuring a high standard of patient care is maintained at all times
  • Adhering to foetal ultrasound safety guidelines such as ALARA
  • Maintaining high standards of cleanliness and hygiene throughout the clinic at all times

 Qualifications and Skills:

In order to be considered for this position, you must be an experienced OBGYN Sonographer with an expert understanding of Obstetric Ultrasound practices and be registered with the HCPCSoRNMC or GMC.

Positioned in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, the successful applicant will demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills, coupled with a strong patient-centred approach. You must have at least 2 years’ experience working as an Obstetric Sonographer, with available references.

Due to the urgency of this role, we are only able to accept applications from qualified and experienced Sonographers with recent work history.

Salary: Negotiable

Closing Date: 30th November 2020

Contact david@heybaby4d.co.uk  

 


Obstetric Sonographer

Window to the Womb Nationwide

Job Description: 

Window to the Womb are currently seeking experienced obstetric sonographers to fill [part/full] time positions role in our clinics nationwide.

The ideal candidate will have an expert understanding of diagnostic sonography practices and seek to provide the very best in care and service to our expectant families.

To provide a first-class quality of Obstetric ultrasound scanning services to customers of Window to the Womb demonstrating the skills and expertise required.

To ensure that the mothers and their attending family members are made to feel comfortable and relaxed and that they understand the process of scanning their baby. 

To handle any situations where an anomaly is found in a professional and compassionate manner.

Key Requirements include:

  • Evidence of recognised qualifications in Medical Ultrasound.
  • Evidence of registration with Statutory Body for example HCPC/NMC/GMC.
  • Evidence of current membership of Professional Body providing Insurance Indemnity, for example SOR.
  • Evidence of experience in obstetric scanning in all trimesters.
  • Experience in 4D scanning is desirable however not essential.

Working in the private sector client centred care is paramount and it is important to ensure:

  • To always provide high quality customer service standards to customers.
  • Enhance customer experience by offering a homely,safe and comfortable atmosphere.
  • Treating customers and all attendant relatives,children and friends with friendliness and respect.
  • To work closely with other members of the clinic team and particularly the scan assistants to make the customer’s experience unique, special and memorable.

 Flexible approach to working including evenings and weekends.

Salary: The rate of pay for this position falls into Band 8 grade of pay

Please send your CV to: aimi@windowtothewomb.co.uk


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

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