Medical and medical support Radiographer

Full TimePermanent
  • Post Date: February 7, 2018
  • Apply Before: February 7, 2019
  • SALARY & BENEFITS Initial pay after training £28,553 + Benefits Pay during training £14,931 + Benefits
Job Description

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.

Typical Responsibilities:

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.

Requirements
Full Time
Regular
Job requirements

Qualifications:

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.

Age:

17.5 – 32