Specialist Medical Physics Technologist
In support of our core purpose of Working together to achieve the healthiest life possible for everyone in Ayrshire and Arran we are committed to a culture that is Caring Safe and Respectful. You will be required to work collaboratively in a safe, caring and respectful way.
This is an opportunity for an RCT registered technologist to join a small experienced team covering the support of a wide range of critical care, diagnostic, imaging and community equipment within NHS Ayrshire and Arran.
A Degree in an appropriate discipline, or equivalent qualifications, is essential, however alternative qualifications, complemented by an acceptable knowledge, training and experience profile, to meet the required person specification, will be considered.
Completion of an IPEM approved training scheme leading to Registration in the Register for Clinical Technologists (RCT) held by the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM) is required for at this level. Suitably qualified and experienced candidates who are not on the register may be considered and supported to gain registration and employed on annex U if appropriate. Membership of IPEM, or equivalent institution, at an appropriate level, is desirable.
Knowledge & Experience
You must have in depth knowledge of the clinical and technical aspects of wide range of electro-medical equipment and be able to demonstrate a high level of fault finding ability on electronic, pneumatic and mechanical systems.
Significant relevant post-qualification experience in managing electronic equipment is required with experience as a Practitioner in Medical Physics Technology preferred.
Relevant experience should include:
- Experience and training at Specialist Practitioner Clinical Technologist level in Medical Physics Technology.
- Experience acquired by working in close relationship with lead clinicians/practitioners in specialist areas
- Practical experience on a broad range of complex medical equipment
- Workplace practice and techniques including Health and Safety regulations
- Application of technology to medical equipment in healthcare
- Training of clinical, nursing or other technical staff
- Working knowledge of relevant electro-medical equipment legislation, national standards, quality standards, professional and other guidelines.
Full driving licence and car ownership is essential.
Hours: 37.5 per week.
Prospective applicants are advised to contact Mr Bill Brash onin the first instance for an informal discussion and further information.
Closing date: 05 June 2020
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