- SALARY & BENEFITS Initial pay after training £28,553 + Benefits Pay during training £14,931 + Benefits
Radiographers are important members of the diagnostic healthcare team. They provide clinicians with diagnostic images of the body to assist in the treatment of patients.
Use a range of technical imaging equipment
Liaise with a wide range of healthcare professionals and Clinicians.
Function in a variety of departments including the Emergency Department, ITU, Operating Theatres, In Patients, Out Patients and Portable Imaging on wards
Similar civilian roles include Radiographer.
Qualified Applicants: State-registered radiographer with BSc Hons in Diagnostic Radiography or equivalent.
Unqualified Applicants: Min of 120 UCAS tariff points, at A Level or equivalent (including a recognised science subject). It is important to check BCU website for current entry requirements.
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