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Below are a selection from the current positions available:
|Consultant in Cardiology||
This post offers the successful applicant the chance to work in high-achieving, forward-looking Trust committed to maintaining local provision of high quality services while living in an attractive environment with a good quality of family and personal life.
This is a substantive contract in interventional and general cardiology in the first instance to join a strong team of eight full time, two visiting Cardiologists and 4 specialist nurses. The post has arisen due to an increase in demand of the general and interventional cardiology service and the post now requires someone with general and interventional skills. The team will consist of five interventionalists, a general cardiologist with an interest in imaging, heart failure and devices, a non-invasive cardiologist focusing on imaging and two Electrophysiologists.
Salary: £79,860 to £107,668 pa plus HCAS
Closing Date: 02/09/2020
Job Reference: 323-AMD702
|Bank Biomedical Scientist||
Essential qualities we require are an ability to work within a team, and good communication skills. You must demonstrate that you are able to work under pressure, work within a team and meet deadlines. You must be flexible and adaptable and show that you are motivated and willing to develop your knowledge and skills.
Salary: Bank rates
Closing Date: 12/07/2020
Job Reference: 323-SKH505
This post involves routine laboratory duties to support the department including the receipt of samples from specimen reception and tracking, disposal of samples/reagents, and entry of results into the laboratory computer information system (LIMS) in the COVID-19 antibody and antigen laboratory. The band 3 will also be trained to run the antibody test on the Abbott Architect and the antigen test on the Hologic Panthers. Any previous experience in PCR and/or serological techniques and experience running diagnostic analysers or other high throughput equipment would be advantageous.
We are looking for a candidate who has good IT skills and an interest in science / virology. To be successful the candidate, as well as being friendly and reliable, will need a flexible attitude towards work with good organisational skills, attention to detail and communication. They must have the ability to work under pressure and work well within a team.
Salary: Bank rates
Closing Date: 12/07/2020
Job Reference: 323-SKH504
|Staff Nurse, Paediatrics - Band 5||
We encourage staff to develop both clinically and managerially and we provide a comprehensive induction program, preceptorship and in-house training. All new staff are fully supported by the Team Leaders, Ward Manager, Matrons, Clinical Practice Educators and Clinical Nurse Specialists (Paediatrics).
If you are looking to work within a friendly, dynamic team with enthusiastic colleagues then this is the place to be. Good communication skills and a positive approach to work are essential. We encourage staff to take the opportunities available to develop their skills and their career by promoting rotation through our Children’s Services. We have close links with the University of Surrey, Kingston University and UWL which has enabled us to develop multi skilled practitioners.
Salary: £26,152 to £32,146 pa
Closing Date: 31/07/2020
Job Reference: 323-DBE1725
|Senior Radiographer (Fluoroscopy) - Band 6||
A vacancy has arisen for an appropriately qualified radiographer with wide experience and interest in general radiography and fluoroscopy.
You will be expected to work closely with the general superintendent radiographer and cross site in the day to day running of the fluoroscopy service and deputize when required. You will play a vital role in the 18 week pathway. An efficient service impacts on many other Trust targets so you will need to demonstrate that you are versatile, open to change and able to develop the service. Some leadership experience would be an advantage. The successful candidate will demonstrate that they are able to provide a patient centred, professional service.
Salary: £32,933 to £39,681 pa inc. HCAS
Closing Date: 05/07/2020
Job Reference: 323-KPG920