|Salary:||£40,809 to £49,818 per annum|
|Placed On:||8th February 2023|
|Closes:||27th March 2023|
Campus: Hammersmith Campus (East Acton)
We are seeking an enthusiastic MRI Radiographer to join our dynamic team at Mansfield Centre for Innovation at Imperial College (Hammersmith Hospital Campus). The Mansfield MR Facility has an international reputation for imaging research and brings together scientists, radiographers and clinicians working on cardiovascular, neurological and metabolic projects. The facility is equipped with 2 Siemens MR scanners – a 3T Prisma system for advanced neuro applications and multi-nuclear spectroscopy, and a 1.5T Aera system for cardiovascular, foetal and body imaging.
This role requires an experienced MRI radiographer who can provide the highest standards of patient care. Although a background in research would be beneficial it is not essential as this role would provide on-the-job training in research skills. Likewise, although cardiac and advanced neuro imaging experience is desirable, it is not vital as we provide excellent training and development for all levels of experience delivered by our team of radiographers, physicists and scientists.
Duties and Responsibilities
In this role, you will primarily be performing magnetic resonance imaging on subjects taking part in research studies and some clinical NHS patients. You will be required to assist in the day-to-day organisation of scanning sessions and will be encouraged to undertake post-processing and analysis of the MR data. The integrity of our research data underpins the work we do and so it is essential that you are well-organised and have attention to detail. The successful applicant should enjoy setting goals, analytical problem solving and working intensively on imaging projects. This work requires flexibility and an eagerness to learn new techniques so you will need to be adaptable and be committed to continuous professional development.
This is a full time and opened post. You will be based at the Hammersmith Hospital Campus (East Acton) permanent post.
Working hours will be not normally less than 35 hours per week. Applications for less than full time will be considered.
Please contact Ben Statton (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further enquiries or to arrange an informal visit.
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