Therapeutic Radiographer

NHS Scotland
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37.5 hours per week & 18.75 hours per week, Permanent 

We are looking for a self motivated, caring, pro-active individual to join our friendly and dedicated radiotherapy team of 18 Radiographers and 2 Radiotherapy Assistants.

We are a small, busy department, dedicated to delivering a high quality of care and service to our patients.  

The Clinical Oncology department has:
1 Varian iX, 2 Varian True Beams, Siemens CT Scanner, AlignRT, Gate CT.

The department of Clinical Oncology provides non-surgical cancer treatment to a population of approximately 260,000, covering Highland, the Western Isles and parts of Grampian Health Board areas.  It is one of 5 cancer centres in Scotland.  The department currently treats around 700 new patients per annum.

The Unit provides clinical placements for therapy students from QMU in Edinburgh and GCU in Glasgow.  Participating in their training is a requirement.

The Highlands offer an excellent quality of life.  It is an area of outstanding natural beauty offering a range of leisure and sporting opportunities throughout the year.  Inverness is compact but has all the amenities of a modern city, including well established road, rail and air transport links.

Band 5 and Newly Qualified Radiographers are welcome to apply as we have a linked band agreement in place.

Enquiries to : Mo Beange, 01463 705450,  email: Maureen.beange@nhs.net  

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Closing date : 01/06/2020

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