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Band 8a Sonographer

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Band 8a Sonographer

Reference: 22179
Date posted: 29.05.2024
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Greater London
Temporary/ locum
£40.00 - £40.00 (Hourly)
Specialism
Radiography
Sub specialism
Radiographer
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Band 8a Sonographer

Job Description:

We are seeking a skilled and dedicated Sonographer to join our team at our Birmingham-based medical facility. As a Sonographer, you will play a crucial role in providing high-quality diagnostic imaging services to our patients. Your primary focus will be on obstetric scans, ensuring accurate and detailed assessments.

 

Position: Sonographer King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Banding: 8a

Location: London

Hours: 08.30 am – 17.00 pm

Rate: £40.00 P/H

Duration: 3 Months

Days: 3 Days per week

Responsibilities:

  • Perform obstetric ultrasound scans using state-of-the-art equipment.
  • Assess fetal development, monitor pregnancies, and detect any abnormalities.
  • Collaborate with physicians and other healthcare professionals to interpret scan results.
  • Maintain accurate records and ensure patient confidentiality.
  • Provide compassionate care and excellent communication to patients during the scanning process.

Requirements:

  • Relevant qualification in Diagnostic Medical Sonography or equivalent.
  • Certification in Obstetric Ultrasound.
  • Proficiency in using ultrasound machines and associated software.
  • Strong attention to detail and excellent communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

Why work for Pulse:

At Pulse, we believe that great things begin with great people. Working with us is much more than just a job; it’s an opportunity to realize your potential and make a meaningful impact. Our team values collaboration, growth, and excellence, and we strive to create a supportive and rewarding environment for our employees. Join us on this exciting journey and be part of a dynamic team that makes a difference!


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