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About One Healthcare in Hatfield
At One Healthcare, we are very proud of the exceptional level of service we deliver and the way we look after our team. We are always on the lookout for exceptional people who can connect with our culture and values to help us write the next chapter of the One Healthcare Group story. If you relish a challenge and want to work in an industry leading facility with like-minded individuals, One Healthcare is right for you.
About the Hospital
One Hatfield Hospital is Hertfordshire's newest private hospital and has the very latest technology ensuring that our operating theatres provide patients and employees with the very best environment to keep them safe and free from infection.
Our private hospital is home to the latest theatres, luxury en-suite bedrooms, specialist rehabilitation Physiotherapy and outpatient diagnostic facilities including fast-track access to X-ray, CT, MRI and ultrasound.
One Hatfield is ideally located for candidates around the Hatfield, St Albans, Stevenage, Watford, North London, Essex and throughout Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.
Rotational Radiographer including Theatres, MRI, X-Ray all modalities
General Rotational Radiographer including Theatres, X-Ray and MRI
Support the Director of Clinical Services and Diagnostic Imaging Lead in the identification, review and management of the service in line with changes in clinical practice, SCOR &/or HCPC standards, regulatory authority requirements including CQC, insurance companies and company policies and procedures.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Under the overall supervision of the Diagnostic Imaging Lead, to work as a member of the radiology imaging team to provide an efficient, high quality radiographic service.
Assumes professional responsibility for the delivery of patient care in the radiology and Theatre department.
To have specialist knowledge of all radiographic specific procedures and practises.
To work to high levels of specialist expertise in radiology, demonstrating the practical application of professional skills that are underpinned by a robust theoretical knowledge.
To be aware of legislation relevant to radiology and to work to best practice guidelines at all times.
To use analytical judgement and interpretational skills to assess the appropriate action to take when presented with a range of professional options.
Whilst working within clearly defined occupational standards, protocols and professional guidelines, be prepared to exercise a degree of freedom to act when clinical findings indicate a need to do so.
On a day to day basis, to be able to apply organisational and planning skills in the allocating and re-allocating of time and resources to meet rapidly changing operational and clinical requirements.
In addition to being responsible for his/her own professional actions, the post holder must be able to work unsupervised as a member of a multidisciplinary team.
As required, to supervise the work of other qualified staff, students and support workers performing duties within areas of the Department.
To assist the administrative team in the course of their work and via liaison with secretarial staff, maximise patient throughput via the appointments system.
Ensure untoward incidents, technical and equipment problems are reported.
To have specialist knowledge of all radiographic specific procedures and practises.
Maintain equipment and waiting area to highest standards.
To communicate in a concise and appropriate manner, complex information regarding radiology procedures to other hospital staff, patients and relatives.
Liaise with Radiologists and key referrers to ensure smooth, efficient service to patients and customers.
To be able to provide reassurance and overcome patient concerns and barriers to understanding in order to obtain the level of co-operation required to achieve a successful outcome to radiology procedures.
To work and communicate efficiently with other members of staff throughout the hospital and beyond to assist in the provision of an efficient radiology service.
To be responsible for the correct care and use of equipment and resources generally throughout the department but with a particular emphasis on the specialist equipment used in radiology.
To be responsible for entering pre-determined clinical data and such additional, professional observations as may be appropriate onto computer based systems such as the Radiology Information System (RIS).
To supply and/or administer medicines using Patient Group Directions, without compromising patient safety.
After appropriate, recognised and documented training, be prepared to perform the intravenous administration of contrast media, strictly adhering to agreed protocols and procedures. To maintain and update the skills required to administer intravenous contrast media and to be aware of the clinical hazards and emergencies that such injections can induce.
To be able to work to the highest levels of professional competence, whilst at the same time having the provide the maximum degree of physical, emotional and mental effort required to perform accurate examinations on patients who can be critically injured terminally ill or otherwise immobile and unable to offer any assistance.
To show evidence to maintenance of general technical and professional skills, and participation in Continuous Professional Development to such a level required to remain eligible for registration by the Health Professions Councils.
To have a flexible approach to working hours and be prepared to participate fully in shifts, extended working day and on-call working rotas and schedules as may be required.
To be required to carry out duties appropriate to role and grade in any area of the Radiology departments if exceptional circumstances make this necessary.
To take part in regular performance appraisals.
To attend and participate in departmental meetings as deemed necessary by the Diagnostic Imaging Lead.
To assist the Diagnostic Imaging Lead in the monitoring of existing processes and procedures and to participate as required in the development and introduction of revised improved methods of service delivery.
Be prepared to participate in on-going audit activities within the radiology department and to suggest appropriate subjects for such activities for consideration by the Diagnostic Imaging Lead.
To contribute to and work within a safe working environment.
The post holder is expected to comply with One Healthcare Infection Control Policies and conduct him/herself at all times in such a manner as to minimise the risk of healthcare associated infection.
37.5 hrs Flexible Monday to Sunday. On call commitment
Proven ability to work effectively in a multi-disciplinary team environment and independently as required
Demonstrable knowledge and skills in the area of clinical practice
Experience of working in an imaging department with the opportunity to consolidate skills
Promote clinical excellence at all times
Be actively involved in development and implementation of clinical governance and risk management plans
Optimise patient outcomes with available resources whilst complying with regulatory and statutory requirements
Where required develop and implement action plans as a result of clinical audit and reviews
Proactively supportive of health, safety and wellbeing of team members and treat employees fairly, equitably and with respect
Ensure training needs are identified and training plans in place to meet individual, professional and organisational needs and that education and professional development activities are aligned with strategic direction and requirements of the hospital
Promote and encourage the professional development of all clinical staff
- Flexibility and adaptability to meet the changing needs of the business
- Demonstrated Customer Service skills
- Sound computer skills using MS Office Suite and web based reporting systems PACS/RIS
- Sound written numerical and verbal communication skills
- Worked in an imaging department within the private sector
- Member of the SCOR
Provide high quality individualised imaging services for patients, being sensitive to patients needs for dignity and privacy
Control radiation doses to patients and staff in line with As Low As Reasonably Practical (ALARP)
Ensures that the agreed standards of patient care and confidentiality are maintained in accordance with company policies
Adhere to HCPC & SCOR code of conduct and guidelines patients needs for dignity and privacy
Teamwork and Communication
Demonstrate the ability to work both independently and within a team structure
Behave in a friendly and supportive manner to other employees
Work collaboratively and cooperatively with all members of the team
Resolve any workplace conflict in a professional manner through the correct organisational processes
Assist new members of staff to effectively perform their role
Demonstrate good communication skills
Liaise with colleagues and stakeholders and report outcomes or needs to the relevant manager or team leader
Attend departmental meetings and read relevant communications while contributing to improving standards of services in line with the needs of the business
Treat all customers with respect and equality whilst meeting all aspects of our services in a timely and professional manner
Recognise and tolerate individual differences in others including gender, sexual preferences, age, disability and culture in line with company's Equal Opportunities and Dignity at Work policies
Maintain communication networks with key senior managers, staff and other stakeholders so that quality business outcomes are achieved
Dress and personal presentation reflect the requirements of the company's Dress Code
Promote the services and people of the hospital to both internal and external clients
Promote best practice in line with organisational policies and procedures
Be involved and support quality projects being undertaken in the department and the organisation
Participate in the annual continuous improvement/risk management plan to ensure patient safety
Participate in reviews of patient experience feedback and complaints to identify opportunities for improvements and to remain responsive to patients views.
Negotiable dependant on experience
We listen to what our employees want and regularly evaluate our staff benefits. As well as competitive pay and job satisfaction you'll also benefit from:
5 weeks holiday plus bank holidays, pro rata for part time
Contributory pension scheme Up to 5% employer contribution access through an online pension account
Death in service payment 3x your annual salary from the 1st day of your employment
Exclusive retails discounts at multi retailers
Employee Assistance Programme 24/7 free and confidential counselling
Private medical insurance with option to add family members
Free life assurance
Free eye test and voucher towards costs of eye-care
Free annual Flu jab
Training and development opportunities
Wide range of training courses available to all employees
An organisation that strives to promote our people internally
Career development and progression opportunities
Flexible working options
Staff social events
Pay enhancements for unsocial hours
Free tea and coffee
Refer a friend recruitment scheme (currently£1000)
One Hatfield Recruiting Process
One Hatfield Hospital reserves the right to remove job adverts before the closing date.
At One Hatfield Hospital we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive working environment. We strive to create a workforce that reflects the communities we serve and are proud to be an equal opportunities employer.
Any offers of employment made by One Hatfield Hospital for this/these position(s) will be subject to proof of eligibility to work in the UK and receipt of a satisfactory DBS Certificate from the Disclosure & Barring Service. Information about the DBS checks could be found at https://www.gov.uk/disclosure-barring-service-check
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