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- Band 7
- Part time 15 hours per week
- Hull Royal Infirmary
- £37,570 - £43,772 PA PR**
- Today at 23:59
This part time post would suit applicants wanting to increase their hours or experience in ultrasound.
Developments within the local community have given us the opportunity to expand the ultrasound service of Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, particularly with the advent of our service expansion into GP practices in the region.
The ultrasound department within the Trust is managed as an obstetric and a non-obstetric team, with sonographers having the opportunity to specialise into a specific area or keep skills in both. This new post will add to the dynamics of the team. The successful applicant will join the core team rotating through all clinical areas but in time will have the opportunity to develop specialist skills in their preferred aspect of ultrasound imaging, for example, obstetrics or general medical including abdominal, musculo-skeletal, or paediatrics or imaging.
You will be working with the team of friendly, dedicated and hardworking sonographers within the ultrasound department. You will work in all sites where ultrasound services are provided by Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, with your base department being at Hull Royal Infirmary. The sonographers in Hull have always been at the leading edge of service developments such as our infertility work and independent reporting skills. Our community ultrasound services have expanded recently with the development a new hospital in Beverley and we are proud to have developed a diagnostic and clinical management advice service within the primary sector.
The ultrasound department is committed to training and has close links with the Hull & York Medical School and the School of Healthcare at Leeds University as well as BMUS and the specialist interest groups in the SCOR. Role extension, CPD, KSF and flexible working are actively supported.
The core hours of the department are 8.00am through to 7.30pm with regular weekend and bank holiday working. Within these core hours the successful candidate with have the opportunity to develop an individual flexible shift pattern.
Dependent upon experience the successful applicant may commence the post under Annex 21 of the Agenda for Change to support a managed capability development period as the trainee commences work as a newly qualified sonographer.
** Salary relates to year 2 of 3 year NHS pay deal
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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