Trustwide, London | Clinical | Salary: £38000 - £48000 | Permanent
Hours: FT, Mon-Fri, 37.50 hours, 08.30 - 17.00
Start Date: ASAP
Band 7 Senior Sonographer - Permanent Post
We are seeking to recruit enthusiastic, motivated, full time band 7 sonographers to join our Clients busy, friendly Ultrasound team at their NHS Trust. They provide a comprehensive (mainly non-obstetric) ultrasound service to a wide range of specialities within the hospital and local GPs.
The Trust offers a recruitment and retention premia (RRP) to sonographers in the Imaging Department at a value of £5,000 per annum for a fixed term of 24 months. This will apply to all sonographers who commence employment between 1 April 2016 and 31 March 2018 (this may be extended subject to review).
At the Hammersmith site, they perform a wide range of ultrasound examinations including general abdominal, gynaecological, transplant kidneys, small parts, venous and carotid Doppler and contrast enhanced microbubble scans.
At the Charing Cross site, they perform general abdominal, gynaecological, small parts including Head & Neck, venous Doppler, MSK and contrast enhanced microbubble scans.
At the Paddington site, they perform general abdominal, gynaecological, small parts, MSK and early pregnancy scans. they also have a busy recurrent miscarriage clinic where they provide ultrasound services to investigate for congenital uterine anomalies using 3D TV scan.
Experience in MSK would be preferable but is not essential. We would support training in MSK scanning by encouraging attendance to courses and working with MSK consultants in order to gain knowledge and experience and to eventually deliver independent MSK sessions.
Posts are available at any of the sites. Sonographers are not required to rotate between sites and current working hours are Monday to Friday, 08:30 to 17:00 but this may change in the future to provide 7-day service.
All three departments are excellent to work in, where further training and development is supported. Regular meetings are held to discuss interesting cases. You will be expected to work independently, however support from other sonographers and radiologists is always available and encouraged.
Candidates must hold PG (cert), PG (Dip) or DMU or equivalent and be state registered with the HCPC if you have an underlying profession.
Imperial College Healthcare NHS trust is known around the world for our expertise and outstanding clinical services.
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Across five hospitals, and services in the community, some 10,000 people work together to provide the best clinical outcomes and standards of care to our clients patients. They are committed to developing their careers and offering an excellent range of benefits.
Join our client and be part of a community that recognises your contribution - and inspires you to achieve great things.
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- small parts
- Must be a qualified sonographer with Obstetric
- gynaecology or general