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DATE ADDED: Sat 06/07/2019

Radiologist Veterinary

Surrey Research Park, UK


JOB TYPE: Permanent, FullTime

SALARY: Salary range £85,000 to £110,000 per annum commensurate with qualification and experience

Role Description: The Radiologist plays a key leadership role in the organisation and delivery of excellent care to our patients. You will be pivotal in the delivery of high standards of clinical care, client satisfaction and team harmony. This is an important role with a responsibility for providing a radiology service across several disciplines and working with radiography, surgical, medical oncology, interventional radiology, resident, intern, nursing and auxiliary teams. It is essential that the post holder is driven, motivated, organised and flexible in their approach to their working pattern in order to facilitate the completion of the clinical workflow. The post holder will also need to be able to mentor and supervise other clinical team members and where necessary use their own expertise and experience to support, educate and guide them in order to provide an exceptional level of care to our patients. Responsibilities and Tasks: Leadership and management To provide efficient advanced diagnostic imaging to support oncology and soft tissue surgery To ensure the smooth running of an effective radiology service to meet the four outcomes - clinical care, client satisfaction, financial resolution and team harmony To introduce and develop other radiology services at the practice with the support of senior clinicians and the management team To work with the wider practice team to contribute your skills, efforts and personal strengths to help ensure a harmonious team ethos at all times To represent and promote the practice, its aims and values To hold regular meetings with the Radiography team, ensuring a consistent approach and professional support for all Active participation in weekly multi - disciplinary senior clinician case discussion meetings Maintain professional standards in accordance with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) guidelines Work closely with the floor co-ordinator to facilitate the flow of patients Assist in the reporting of clinical errors in order to promote a culture of transparency and assist with hospital improvements Assist with the induction/orientation of all staff to the hospital Support marketing initiatives and promote our services both within and outside the practice Welcome and provide support for visiting veterinary surgeons, students and work experience personnel Evaluation and monitoring of radiology To be responsible for the continual evaluation of the radiology service within the practice To maintain and improve efficiency and clinical quality and monitor standards using data, audits and reports Discuss and resolve service delivery issues at the earliest opportunity and escalate risks appropriately and when necessary To ensure all IRMER regulations are followed, any breaches reported, and rectification plans implemented Clinical radiology service Collaborate with colleagues to develop a team based approach to increasing integration of radiology at the practice Supporting colleagues in selecting imaging modality Developing protocols for interventional procedures Participate in fluoroscopy interventions and examinations under fluoroscopy Be available for advice out of hours and at weekends Expanding radiology service Tele radiology service for Fitzpatrick Referrals Orthopaedic and Neurology (when requested) Reporting all outpatient MRI/CT scans Health & safety To be responsible for radiological health and safety within the clinical areas Be aware of, and conversant with, the health and safety at work act (1974) and comply with the regulations set down to ensure safety to patients, staff and visitors Comply with the FR infection prevention and control policy Ensure all incidents and untoward occurrences are recorded according to hospital policy Be aware of, and conversant with, the hospital fire policy and be fully aware of the position of fire alarms, emergency equipment and exits Infection Control Infection prevention and control is an essential aspect of patient care. All post holders have a personal obligation to act to reduce hospital acquired infections. Post holders must be familiar with the hospitals’infection control policies, including those that apply to their duties such as the uniform policy. Post holders must incorporate into their clinical activities up to date evidence that supports safe infection control practices and procedures, for example, the use of aseptic techniques and the safe disposal of sharps. Confidentiality and Disclosure of Information During the course of your work, you will come into possession of confidential information concerning patients, their families, Fitzpatrick Referrals Oncology and Soft Tissue Hospital and its staff. This information should be treated confidentially and in accordance with the data protection act (1998), european regulations,general data protection regulation or ‘GDPR’ and the new data protection act 2018 Data/Security The post holder is responsible for ensuring he/she maintains the integrity and quality of both computerised and manual data In addition to your main duties you will be required to carry out such other duties consistent with your Position to meet the needs of the Company and as the Company may from time to time require. PERSON SPECIFICATION: Qualifications and Experience Essential Board eligible Radiologist (e.g. ECVDI or ACVR) Veterinary degree registrable with the RCVS Desirable Boarded radiologist (e.g. ECVDI or ACVR) Post-board referral practice experience preferable but not vital Proven track record of leading, managing, developing and motivating teams Leadership qualification Knowledge Essential Awareness of the operational aspects of a busy clinical environment Desirable Specific experience of diagnostic imaging for complex oncology and soft tissue cases Personal skills Essential Ability to support, facilitate and contribute to a team Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Ability to work on own initiative Ability to work under pressure Desirable Good organisational and time management skills Effective leadership Personal Characteristics Essential Compassionate and caring Enthusiastic and motivated Positive attitude Flexibility Receptive to change Desirable Proactive in learning and personal development Ability to motivate others Confident Other Essential Excellent written and spoken English Right to work in the United Kingdom Values Essential Integrity – We always endeavour to do the right thing Innovation – We challenge ourselves to develop new and better ways to solve problems Care – We care passionately about what we do Education – We are totally committed to learning and sharing knowledge and information Community – We work best when we work as a team Application and Selection Process For confidential informal discussions, please email Nick Bacon DECVS DACVS FRCVS, Clinical Director on To apply please email your cv and covering letter to Closing date for applications: 6th August 19. Further Particulars Permanent contract and full-time hours Salary range £85,000 to £110,000 per annum commensurate with qualification and experience We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, generous CPD, RCVS and specialist registration. Also, PMI, life assurance, a work based pension scheme, free access to VET Festival, an employee assistance programme, company sick pay and free onsite parking Location: Fitzpatrick Referrals Oncology and Soft Tissue Hospital, 70 Priestley Road, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 7AJ
Role: Radiologist Veterinary
Job Type: Permanent, FullTime
Location: Surrey Research Park, Guildford, Guildford

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