Radiology Nurse Radiology Central London Permanent, FT - 37.5 hrs Up to £37,000
Are you nurse with experience of working in Radiology or interested in working in this field? Does the idea of working in a state of the art imaging department interest you?
TTM have an exciting opportunity to work as a Radiology Nurse in Central London….
Client Information: Our client is one of the oldest Hospitals, located in the heart of London, specialising in Medical and Surgical care. They have several units spanned across two prestigious areas of London focused on providing world-class treatment to their patients. They have an expansive team of consultants who are supported by expertly qualified nurses offering care in various specialities.
Opportunities: We are currently looking to recruit nurses to work in the Radiology department of the hospital to care for patients undergoing various radiology procedures. This state of the art imaging department offers services from general radiology to complex interventional procedures.
Reporting to the Radiology Manager as a Radiology nurse you will be responsible for ensuring the right standard of care is provided to all patients at all time. Part of your role will involve assisting the consultant radiologists in procedures such as biopsies under CT, fluoroscopy and or ultrasound guidance for both outpatient and inpatients. As a Radiology nurse you will be involved in scrubbing or circulating in the angiography suite for various procedures. Your day to day will involve administration of IV and monitoring patients throughout the procedures, being responsible for all patients and visitors to the department and dealing with any emergency situations that arise and to provide support to the whole radiography team. Part of your role as a Radiology Nurse in CT as will include the care of patients undergoing procedures such as Radiofrequency Ablations, Microwave Ablation and Cryoablation all under general anaesthetic. You will also be involved in the training of junior members of staff and be assigned other ad hoc duties as required by senior members of staff.
At least 2 years' experience working in an acute setting, Medical or Surgical
Ability to perform pre op/procedure assessments
Experience of working with anaesthetised patients would be an advantage
Ability to monitor patients and work autonomously in challenging environments
Take on new skills quickly, adapt easily to new environments and teams
Ability to lead a team and mentor junior members of staff