We are looking for a highly experienced radiographer to lead the treatment team. The post holder will need to be organised and proficient at trouble shooting as well as being able to provide professional leadership to the team of radiographers. Experience of working at an advanced practitioner level would be beneficial.
We actively support local research, CPD, training and skills development and are continually expanding our engagement in national clinical trials. We have a commitment to Radiographer led services, with role advancement offered or actively being developed within the areas of radiographer led breast, palliative and skins mark ups, virtual simulation, and contrast media injection. There is an on-treatment review service led by a dedicated Macmillan treatment review Radiographer and a Macmillan Consultant Head & Neck Radiographer.
The department is equipped with three TrueBeam linear accelerators and an Xstrahl Superficial unit. RapidArc treatments are now routinely delivered for the majority of tumour sites with CBCT soft tissue matching. We have implemented lung SABR, DIBH and Back up Gated treatments and are looking to expand SABR delivery to Oligomets in the next 6 months. Additional service developments include the use of 4DCBCT image verification and paperless delivery. Within the Pre-treatment suite, we have a dedicated radiotherapy Phillips Brilliance 16 slice Big Bore CT with 4DCT capabilities.
The post holder will be expected to lead on service development projects and to support staff with their own professional development. You should be an effective communicator and be able to network effectively with multi-professional colleagues within the trust and externally to aide in developing the service.
The Trust serves the boroughs of Enfield, Haringey and also draws patients from Barnet and Waltham Forest. This is a catchment area of around one million residents and covers a highly diverse population with affluent wards as well as areas of complex deprivation and serious health need. The workload is very varied, including Urology, Head and Neck, Breast, Lung and upper and lower Gastrointestinal Tract.
Hours of work may be flexible, and will reflect the needs of the Department. Radiotherapy treatment is routinely delivered between 8.00am and 4.30 pm, Monday to Friday; the person appointed may be required to work shift patterns to cover extended working days, machine service days in addition to bank holidays with some weekend working on an ad hoc basis.
Interviews will be conducted the week beginning September 21st 2020
For further details / informal visits contact:
NameJustine MooneyJob titleHead of RadiotherapyEmail addressTelephone numberAdditional contact information
For further information, or to arrange an informal visit, contact Justine Mooney (), Head of Radiotherapy, Telephone .
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