Radiographer

Application ends: May 31, 2024
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Job Description

JOB INFO
Job Identification:3921
Job Category:Allied Health
Posting Date:15/05/2024,
Apply Before:31/05/2024,
Job Schedule:Full time
Locations:NMC Royal Medical Centre, Shahama, Abu Dhabi, AE

JOB DESCRIPTION
• Undertake Radiographic and Imaging examinations as required.
• Maintain a high standard of Radiography service to patients and staff in other departments at all times, in terms of courtesy, kindness, interest and efficiency.
• Ensure that Radiation Protection Rules are applied at all times and to be familiar with and obey Ionizing Radiations Regulations (N.I.) 2000 and Ionizing Radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations (N.I.) 2000 and observe Departmental local rules and protocols concerning ionizing radiation.
• Take part in routine daily inspection of equipment and quality assurance procedures, reporting any deficiencies or malfunction to the appropriate manager.
• Keep up-to-date with current techniques and developments in Radiographic and Imaging procedures. Endeavour to achieve a high standard of image quality by;
• Following exposure charts accurately.
• Checking images thoroughly and following assessment guidelines, where appropriate – Seeking advice from more senior staff when necessary.
• Take responsibility for keeping the department in general and specifically the work area, clean, tidy and safe.
• Have a flexible approach to work so that urgent cases can be facilitated as necessary.
• Ensure the policies and procedures of the Trust are applied and adhered to. 9. To supervise and train assistant staff and student radiographers.
• Ensure effective and economic use of resources and report all occurrences of defects which may affect health and safety.
• Facilitate departmental efficiency by assuming the responsibilities of a more Senior Officer if that Officer is absent. This should only apply for a limited period.
• Liaise and communicate with all other staff in a courteous and helpful manner at all times.
• Take part in Departmental Individual Performance Review and undergo retraining and counselling if necessary.
• To take responsibility for his/her own professional development in the role, in accordance with Continual Professional Development (CPD) requirements.
• Develop evidence based competency skills and knowledge by assisting senior members of staff in a range of modalities within the department.
• Take an active part in departmental quality initiatives, quality assurance programs and audit and research projects.
• The post holder should be familiar with and abide by the following: – All present and future local, Departmental and National Quality and Patient Care Standards. – The Society of Radiographers and HCPC Codes of Professional Conduct for Radiographers. – Health and Safety at Work and HAAD Regulations.
• Be willing to work in any of the Trust’s Radiology Departments if required.
• Participate in flexible working arrangements to include working on evenings/weekends and Bank holidays/ shift rota’s/on call duty/ out of hours working, subject to the needs of the department.
• To ensure that complaints and incidents are dealt with appropriately and reported to a senior member of staff in accordance with departmental and Trust policies.
• To carry out any other duties as required by your manager or the service needs.

QUALIFICATIONS
• Bachelor Degree from an accredited university in a Radiography, Radiology Technology, or Medical Diagnostic Imaging Program/ Diploma in Radiology (minimum three (3) years course duration) / Associate degree in Radiography program (minimum two (2) years course duration. Registration/ certification or accreditation as Radiography Technologist.
• Registered Radiography Technologist, valid license in the country of origin. (Home Country)
• 2 Years’ experience post qualification in general radiography field.
• DOH License