Radiographer Graduate

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About the role

The Graduate Radiographer Clinician is a registered Medical Radiations Practitioner who provides a high-quality diagnostic imaging service in a major regional hospital.

The Graduate Radiographer Clinician is a shift worker who can work a 24/7 roster and work across a range of clinical areas and imaging modalities and perform “on-call” duties as rostered.

This role may be eligible for the Queensland Health Attraction Incentive. See link – Queensland Health Workforce Attraction Scheme ( https://www.healthycareers.health.qld.gov.au/attraction-incentives )

About you

Our ideal candidate will be someone who can demonstrate the following:

Patient Focus

  • Builds rapport with patients and demonstrates empathy, patience and respect in delivering a flexible service that meets patient's needs.

Team Focus

  • Demonstrates respect for others, remaining flexible, fair and willing to compromise when dealing with team members.

Quality Focus

  • Understands and adheres to quality systems and processes and proactively identifies areas for improvement.

Continuous Learning

  • Demonstrates direction and vision for self-development, showing initiative in learning and a willingness to share information with others.

Clinical Skills

  • Demonstrates skills in the areas of general and emergency radiography, fluoroscopy, mobile and operating theatre, procedures and CT.

Work Values

  • Demonstrates honesty, integrity and respect for all patients, carers and staff.

Mandatory Requirements:

  • Vaccinated against, and remain vaccinated against, certain vaccine preventable diseases (VPD) as outlined in the Health Employment Directive NO. 01/16(PDF) ( https://www.health.qld.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/150120/hed-0116.pdf )
  • Possession of a tertiary qualification or equivalent establishing eligibility for a Statement of Accreditation or its recognised equivalent from the Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy.

About West Moreton Health

West Moreton Health is one of the most rapidly evolving health services in the south east corner, with a community growth expected to almost double to more than 588,000 by 2036. Our vision is for a robust hospital and health service that includes fit-for-purpose spaces, interconnected buildings, multi-disciplinary health services, research, education and community partnerships.

To read more on how West Moreton Health are committed to transforming and optimising our care, to meet the health care needs of our growing and diverse community –  Follow this link ( https://www.westmoreton.health.qld.gov.au/futurefocus ) 

Benefits

  • 17.5% annual leave loading (Additional allowances/entitlements may apply)
  • 12.75 % employer contribution to superannuation
  • Professional development
  • Salary sacrificing options ( https://www.health.qld.gov.au/employment/conditions/salary/sacrifice )
  • Wellness programs
  • Employee Assistance Service (EAS).

To apply

Further information regarding this role please download and read the attached Role Description and Information Packages. You will need to submit your Cover Letter, CV or Resume including the names and contact details of two referees and a short response (maximum 1-2 pages) on how your experience, abilities, knowledge and personal qualities are relevant to the role.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply for all West Moreton Health vacancies.

 




11 June 2024
Location: Australia Queensland Brisbane - West,Ipswich region
Salary: As per State Award AUD per year
Work type:
Locum Tenens
PLEASE! No enquiries from Recruitment Agencies or Headhunters.

Only direct applications will be considered.

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