Job posted: 19/12/2023
Applications close: No closing date

No closing date

Job Description

Location: Gippsland

Job type: Other

Organisation: Gippsland Southern Health Service

Salary: Salary not specified

Occupation: Health and Allied Health, Medical

Reference: 10496

Reference: 10496

Occupation: Health and Allied Health, Medical

Salary Range: Salary not specified

Work location: Gippsland

Senior Radiographer - Medical Imaging Technologist, Grade 4

  • Excellent benefits including Salary Packaging + Novated Car Leasing + Employee Assistance Program
  • Great work location - only 1 1/2 hrs from Melbourne and 20 mins to fantastic beaches

About the Role

Gippsland Southern Health Service has an exciting opportunity for a Senior Radiographer -  Medical Imaging Technologist Grade 4, to join our dynamic and supportive Medical Imaging Team.

The position is a full-time and permanent, however, part-time and flexible working arrangements may be considered. Working across both campuses, our normal hours of work are Monday to Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm with a requirement to participate in the after-hours call roster for CT and X-Ray. Operationally, you will be responsible to the Medical Imaging Manager and on occasion you may be required to deputise for them.

As a senior member of the Medical Imaging team your primary objective is the provision of a high quality, efficient and patient focussed imaging services. You will take responsibility for the day-to-day management of fixed and mobile imaging equipment (including BMD and mammography). This includes all quality activities, education and training of MIT's and student radiographers, procedure development, machine maintenance and compliance

About You

You will have completed a Degree in Medical Imaging Science (Radiography) or hold an equivalent qualification with current AHPRA Registration as a Medical Radiation Practitioner. Experience in CT essential.

Preference will be given to candidates with;

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills with patients, colleagues and all stakeholders
  • A focus on the patient and best care, quality, patient safety and minimising risk.
  • Excellent time management with the ability to prioritise and make decisions
  • A positive “can-do” attitude and eagerness to learn with evidence of ongoing self-development.
  • An ability to respond and adapt to changing conditions and service developments
  • Self-motivation and flexibility and the capacity to be understanding, display empathy and problem solve effectively.
  • IV Cannulation certification

Staff have access to supportive staff mentoring, education and development programs.  Salary Packaging is available for all staff.  The successful applicant will be required to provide satisfactory and current police check, a working with children check and NDIS Worker Screening Check.

The position description provides further details on duties and responsibilities and essential criteria which suitable applicants will be shortlisted against.  GSHS may appoint to the position prior to the closing date, so please apply as soon as possible.


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