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Mammographer

Aberdeen

We have an exciting opportunity to join our newly developed state-of the-art imaging department

We have an exciting opportunity to join our new, modern department, with the highest specification equipment on the market, and the opportunity to deliver private healthcare at its best. The space and equipment have been developed/installed within the last six months. We currently have x-ray and digital mammography systems installed with plans in place to install a 3.0T MRI scanner later in the year. 

In this role you will be vital to the development and future expansion of the mammography  service. You will be expected to have a good understanding of work practices within a radiology department, and work to standardise protocols and practices. You will be a key player in the quality standards of the HSE and Health Improvement Scotland, attaining and maintaining standards for annual accreditation and inspection. You will work within state-of-the-art facilities, with the latest Siemens x-ray 3D mammography system.

Skills, Qualifications and Experience:

The successful candidate will be highly motivated and patient driven with an in-depth understanding of clinical, technical and managerial aspects of a mammography department.  Experience and passion for working in a team to provide both a breast screening and symptomatic mammography service would be advantageous.

You will have a DCR(R) or BSc in Radiography and be HCPC registered, be an experienced radiographer competent in mammography and preferably have a good understanding and experience in RIS and PACS systems.

For a more information and job description please contact recruitment@rochealthservices.com and to apply, please email your CV and covering letter to the same address.

Senior Radiographer and Radiation Protection Supervisor

Aberdeen

We have an exciting opportunity to join the team at our modern clinic on the outskirts of Aberdeen, Scotland.

The imaging department at ROC Clinic is a new venture, building on the existing primary care, secondary care, and ultrasound services that we currently provide (outpatient based).

We currently have x-ray and digital mammography systems installed with plans in place to install a 3T MRI scanner later in the year. All equipment, less ultrasound (GE) is Siemens (also supplying the PACS).

In this role you will be vital in the development and future expansion of the radiology services. You will be expected to have a good understanding of work practices within a radiology department, and work to standardise protocols and practices. You will be a key player in the Quality Standards for Imaging council, HSE and Health Improvement Scotland, attaining and maintaining standards for annual accreditation and inspection. You will work closely with the leaders of other business units to ensure the effective integration of strategic objectives, performance management, quality, improvement, and technological performance. You will operate within state-of-the-art facilities, with the first Siemens x-ray unit of this kind installed in the UK and the only 3D mammography system.

Within our scope is to develop further day case/ inpatient facilities (during 2021-2023) with further CT and x-ray modalities. The imaging department has been developed in conjunction with Siemens, and the local NHS RPAs are contracted for the provision of full support services.

Skills, Qualifications and Experience:

The successful candidate will be highly motivated, and patient-driven with an in-depth understanding of clinical, technical, and managerial aspects of a radiology department. Experience and passion in leading and developing a team to its full potential would be advantageous as you will be a ‘people manager’. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are a prerequisite, you will be expected to manage your time carefully and able to prioritise conflicting demands, whilst working with a wide range of stakeholders to provide an efficient service which meets the needs of our patients.

You will have a DCR(R) or BSc in Radiography and have Radiation Protection Training and be HCPC Registered. You will be an experienced radiographer competent in x-ray, preferably within a previous role as a radiation protection supervisor and you must have a good understanding and experience in RIS and PACS systems.

For a more detailed job description please contact recruitment@rochealthservices.com and to apply, please email your CV and covering letter to the same address.

Clinical Advisory Roles (various specialities) – part time

Aberdeen

ROC Private Clinic has made provisions for funding to support a model of clinician-led integration and transformation across clinical services, research and development.


Each speciality has a budget that includes funding to support this model, recognising that clinicians are working within very busy and increasingly pressured NHS job plans. The Speciality Specific Clinical Adviser will work closely with the Medical Advisory Committee (MAC) as well as Commercial and Operational teams.

Over time, and as the clinical services develop and refine, a range of clinical leadership and management roles to facilitate multidisciplinary-team integration, will be identified, and these are outlined below, including:


Speciality Specific Clinical Lead, working with ROC’s clinical and management team
to provide and channel clinical expertise, engaging with internal and external
stakeholders


Sub-specialty Working Group Lead, leading on specific priorities identified by each
specialty and providing a channel for sub-specialty expertise and input to ROC


Roles specific to individual projects

Individual Requirements:

  1. Leadership Ability
  2. Breadth of clinical experience
  3. Excellent communication skills
  4. Evidence of working in multi-disciplinary teams
  5. Experience in service development
  6. Understanding of how to ensure their speciality develops within ROC’s vision

For these Clinical Advisory roles, initially please email us with an expression of interest to recruitment@rochealthservices.com

Advanced Nurse Practitioner – full/part time

Aberdeen

A&E/Walk-in assessments experience required.

Why work for ROC?

  • Be part of a friendly, dedicated team
  • Excellent administrative support
  • Strong commitment to staff safety and health
  • Flexible working hours
  • Competitive hourly rates

Please register your interest and request a job description by emailing recruitment@rochealthservices.com 

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